The conflict is becoming increasingly volatile and fragile. Earlier in August, fighting in Aden between Government forces and forces affiliated with the Southern Transitional Council killed or injured at least 300...

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The security situation in Syria remains volatile and unstable. Idlib, Aleppo, Daraa, Al-Hassakah, Deir-ez-zor, North Lattakia and North Hama governorates remain primary hotspots. The most recent data by the World Health...

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The humanitarian situation is worsening for many Yemenis, while fighting continues in many areas of the country.

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Escalating violence and displacement often exacerbate women’s vulnerability to higher risks of maternal mortality and morbidity, and increase the threat of gender-based violence and harmful practices. Over 50 percent of...

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The conflict continues to intensify in Yemen, while levels of humanitarian need continue to stagger. Eighty per cent of the population – more than 24 million people – need assistance and protection, including 10 million...

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While some parts of Syria stabilize, the cumulative effect of the conflict necessitates the continuation of reproductive health and gender-based violence services to the 11.7 million people in need inside Syria and the...

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The Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan (YHRP) continues to be seriously under-funded. By May, only 13.6 per cent of funds with $572 million received against the overall requirements of $4.19 billion, less than 80 per cent...

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Even as parts of Syria appear to be stabilizing, the situation has long since passed a tipping point in terms of accumulated effects, with women and girls shouldering the larger portion of the consequences of the crisis...

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Levels of humanitarian need continue to stagger in Yemen, driven by conflict, economic collapse and the continuous breakdown of public institutions and services. Eighty per cent of the population – 24.1 million people...

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While some parts of Syria stabilize, the accumulative effect of the conflict necessitates the continuation of reproductive health and gender-based violence services to the 11.7 million people in need inside Syria and...

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