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In Somalia, for more than 3 million children, getting a good education is out of reach. Poverty, distance to the school, and the lack of security and teachers prevent parents from sending their children to school.


For the last 50 years, Colombia’s civilian population suffered the humanitarian consequences of an internal armed conflict that internally displaced 8 million people.


Rayan, a 19-year-old high school student in Turkey, first discovered her passion for cooking when a strict lockdown was introduced to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.


In Pakistan’s northwestern province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, more than 3 million children are out of school – almost 14% of the national total. Provision and access to education, socio-cultural barriers and economic factors are just some of the...


The conflict in the Tigray region in Ethiopia broke out early November 2020. It is estimated that thousands of fighters and civilians have died, and around 4.5 million people require emergency food assistance, of whom an estimated 2.2 million are...


A generation of Syrians has grown up abroad after their families fled the war that erupted 10 years ago in their home country. Sadly, many Syrian refugees are still struggling to get their children into school.


Burkina Faso, a fragile West African country among the 10 poorest in the world, is affected by an armed conflict that uprooted more than 1 million people. The humanitarian situation is deteriorating quickly and severely.


The Caribbean region is regularly battered by an array of natural hazards, which are becoming more frequent and intense year on year. Cuba makes no exception. The country has long suffered from a combination of hurricanes, floods and harsh droughts...


Turkey currently hosts some 4 million refugees, more than any other country in the world. Many refugee families don’t speak the language or cannot afford transportation, which makes it difficult for them to access basic health and protection...


Imagine you have no identity documents and you are sheltering as a refugee in a strange country. You can’t go to a public hospital, apply for assistance from local authorities, get an education or even get married. How can children and other...