Seven years after the world’s youngest nation gained independence, fighting, sexual violence and human rights abuses continue unabated in South Sudan.
The conflict in eastern Ukraine is in its fifth year with no end in sight. Although media attention has shifted and the conflict no longer features in the headlines, there are daily clashes with victims on both sides of the “line of contact”, with...
Nine years into the conflict wreaking havoc in northeast Nigeria, about 1.7 million people remain uprooted and depend heavily on humanitarian assistance to cover their most basic needs.
Farchana refugee camp in eastern Chad measures 1.7 square kilometres, about the size of 19 football pitches.
In some of northwest Syria’s most remote areas, Relief International (RI) runs an EU-funded health programme which aims to save lives and reduce the suffering of people affected by the country’s long-standing civil war.
In August 2017, a military crackdown was launched in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, historically home to a population of Rohingya Muslims, following attacks on border posts by an insurgent group.
One year after Iraq’s second-largest city Mosul was retaken from ISIS by the Iraqi government, thousands of improvised explosive devices, unexploded aerial bombs and complex booby-traps litter the city, waiting to be triggered by the slightest...
With over 900 000 refugees, Ethiopia is the second largest refugee-hosting nation in Africa after Uganda. About half are people who have fled brutal conflict in the world’s newest country, South Sudan.
A steady stream of refugees continues to...
Since 2003, twelve refugee camps in the eastern part of Chad have hosted over 300 000 people who fled Sudan’s Darfur conflict.
As a leading global humanitarian donor, the European Union is at the forefront of identifying and intervening in crises that have escaped international attention.