Small organisations with little experience responding to emergencies are at the epicentre of one of the world’s biggest humanitarian crises.
We’re starting off the new year with some big news to share.
Intense cross-border collaboration hopes to stop the disease spreading from Congo into neighbouring Uganda, South Sudan, Rwanda and Burundi.
The future of aid and much else is uncertain in Kurdish-held regions of Syria.
More than a million people may be in need of emergency aid this year, as Islamist groups spread fear and displacement across the country.
2019 can be better for civilians in conflict. Here’s how.
Over-reaction to a small rush of Iranian arrivals aside, Britain is in a mess over immigration and no one knows where things are heading.
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The number of Venezuelans in Peru is tipped to reach 1.4 million in 2019, even as the government appears to be hardening immigration policy.
As protesters demand the president step down, parts of Sudan are in the midst of humanitarian crisis and 5.5 million people are in need.
“There is a gap between what we're saying we want to do as the humanitarian sector, and what women responders are experiencing on the ground.”
How are people coping with the prospect of losing humanitarian protection status? One Gambian shares his story, and his new worries.
With free medical attention hard to access around the Syrian city, a network of mobile clinics tries to fill the gaps for returnees.
We need to counter authoritarianism and populist politics with face-to-face engagement, not smart technology, agile design, and Big Data.
Girls represent at least one in five children recruited by armed groups. Upon release, many endure stigma and find it hard to reintegrate.
Here’s what humanitarians around the world would like to see in 2019
From cash to #MeToo to “localisation”, we’ll be keeping a close eye on these issues in the year ahead
Keep a close eye on these topics over the next 12 months. Here’s why
What did some of the year’s most notable humanitarian news stories look like to those in the thick of it? Find out with the year in photos
The World Food Programme crackdown comes after both an internal review and a media investigation find that vital rations are being diverted