Lebanon: Lebanon Crisis

16 Mar 2021

Going into its third year of severe economic recession, Lebanon faces its worst and hardest depression ever since the end of the Lebanese Civil War that went on for 15 years. Between the Syrian refugee influx crisis, street protests, COVID-19 pandemic, dangerous depletion of resources, Beirut port explosion on August 4th, 2020, protracted absence of […]

South Sudan: Complex Humanitarian Crisis

02 Mar 2021

Since the year 2021 began, people in South Sudan continued to suffer with high humanitarian needs. Protracted conflict and negative impact of floods, COVID-19 and desert locusts has contributed to an extended and complex humanitarian crisis. The complex humanitarian situation reveals that over 8.3 million about one- third of the total population in South Sudan […]

Madagascar: Famine

17 Feb 2021

The southern part of Madagascar has been affected by famine, caused by three years of consecutive drought. The affected region has experienced poor harvests due to lack of rain and the effects of thunderstorms, which have destroyed farm crops. The effects of the famine are exacerbated by the effects of COVID-19 that has caused a […]

Mozambique:Tropical Cyclone Eloise

25 Jan 2021

In the afternoon of Saturday the 23rd January 2021, the province of Sofala in Mozambique, was hit by a tropical storm ELOISE. Several parts of central Mozambique have been flooded after Cyclone Eloise struck near the port city of Beira with wind speeds of up to 160km/h. Water levels were already high, even before the tropical […]

Madagascar: Cyclone Eloise

25 Jan 2021

In the evening of Tuesday 19th January 2021, at 7.30 p.m. local time, the region of SAVA in Madagascar, was affected by an intense tropical cyclone from the Indian Ocean named ELOISE (Meteorological department Madagascar). Tropical cyclone Eloise came with winds reaching up to 100 Km/hour, touching  the south of Antalaha district. The cyclone has […]

Indonesia: West Sulawesi Earthquake (Updated)

18 Jan 2021

A 6.2 magnitude earthquake hit the districts of Majene, Mamuju and Polewali Mandarin in West Sulawesi, Indonesia on 15th January, 2021. This was preceded by a 5.9 magnitude earthquake in the same region. Recent reports from UN OCHA and BNPB said that it caused damages to 300 houses, 1 bridge, 2 hospitals, 1 port, 1 […]

Alert 01 2021 Summer Floods Brazil Sao Paulo

10 Jan 2021

Alert 01 2021 Brazil Summer Floods Sao Paulo On the morning of Wednesday the 6 January 2021, the district of Sao Paulo in Brazil , was hit by summer storms. The São Paulo State is home of around 45 million people ranging from very vulnerable communities to well structure urban and rural areas. From the […]

Syria: Humanitarian Crisis in Syria

13 Dec 2020

The break out of the Syria crises has already entered its tenth year, civilians continue to bear the brunt of the conflict with an estimated 6.1 million internally displaced person and 1.4 million returnees. It is estimated that 11.06 million people in need of humanitarian assistance including 4.65 million people in acute need. While more […]

Liberia: Ivorian Refugees Crisis

08 Dec 2020

Since the morning of Monday the 2nd November 2020, Liberia border with Ivory Coast has been occupied by thousands of Ivorian refugees. This is the outcome of political clashes between opposition and pro-government supporters in Côte d’Ivoire’s Central and West-Central regions. It is highly probable that many refugees will remain in Liberia for the foreseeable […]

Jordan: Humanitarian Crisis

02 Dec 2020

It is estimated that 1.3 million Syrian refugees live in Jordan today. Approximately 85 per cent of them lives in the host communities, while more than 139,000 lives in two main  camps, Za’atari and Azraq. According to UNICEF, 86% of Syrian refugees outside camps in Jordan live below the poverty line. Most Syrian families rely […]

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