A Man searching for water as the country experiences its worst drought in decades

Worsening drought in Somalia threatens to displace over 1 million people

Deteriorating drought conditions in Somalia could displace over 1 million people by April if urgent action is not taken, according to the International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) latest Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) analysis. Somalia has been hit the hardest by the widespread drought in the Horn of Africa, prompting the government to proclaim a state […]

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1.5 million children in Eastern and Southern Africa are without life-saving treatment for severe wasting

UNICEF has issued a warning that at least 1.5 million children in Eastern and Southern Africa are not receiving life-saving treatment for severe wasting. This figure reflects nearly half of the estimated 3.6 million children in desperate need who aren’t being addressed in time to save their lives or prevent lasting developmental impairment. Despite improvements […]

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Thousands of people in perilous situations as violence erupts in Ituri.

Since 2017, inhabitants in Djugu’s region, Ituri’s province, in the north-east of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), have been plagued by overwhelming violence as communal conflicts fueled the return of an armed conflict. Between November 12 and November 28, 2021, four incidents of exceptional brutality rocked the towns of Luko, Tché, Ivo, Drodro, and […]

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Hundreds of thousands of people in South Sudan in dire conditions months after floods

Eight months since the flooding began, residents of Unity State in northern South Sudan are still suffering, stuck in poor living conditions, and at risk of outbreaks of communicable and waterborne diseases. They face malnutrition, food insecurity, a loss of income, and a lack of safe drinking water since they are spread across several temporary […]

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Children walking for miles in search of water in Somalia’s drought-affected regions

Call for Immediate Action to address the Drought and Water Crisis in Somalia

In Somalia, 2.6 million people are currently experiencing water shortages as a result of severe drought conditions. Water shortages and drought conditions have resulted in increased water prices causing displacements, malnutrition, and diarrhea-related illnesses in many parts of Somalia. Currently, the worst affected regions include Bay, Gedo, Bakol, Galgadud, Lower Jubba, Mudug, and parts of […]

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International Universal Health Coverage Day 2021

On 12th December 2012, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution calling on countries to speed up progress toward universal health coverage (UHC), which means everyone, everywhere should have access to quality, affordable health care – as an essential priority for international development. On 12th December 2017, the United Nations, through resolution 72/138, declared […]

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International Human Rights Day 2021

  The History of International Human Rights Day International Human Rights Day is commemorated on 10th December every year. The familiar words that linger on when we hear the term human rights are – freedom, equality, peace, justice, dignity, hope, prosperity, and lawful living. The day was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in […]

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