Category Live Humanitarian

Drinking Toilet Water, Widespread Abuse: Report Details ‘Torture’ For Child Detainees

Over the course of four days in June, Keylin says, U.S. Border Patrol guards would kick her body to keep her awake throughout the night.

FEMA Contract Called for 30 Million Meals for Puerto Ricans. 50,000 Were Delivered.

The mission for the Federal Emergency Management Agency was clear: Hurricane Maria had torn through Puerto Rico, and hungry people needed food. Thirty million meals needed to be delivered as soon as possible.

A Whole Generation Of Syrian Children Know Only War

To the world, child war is horrible. For Syrian children, child war is their everyday way of life.

There Is No Beauty In Freedom That Is Stolen

Look into the eyes of this victim. Look at the marks on his body. An intelligent and socially sensitive non-human reduced to doing tricks for food. THERE IS NO BEAUTY IN STOLEN FREEDOM.

Cape Town Is 90 Days Away From Running Out of Water

Nope. Day Zero, as it is called, is real, and is calculated every week based on current reservoir capacity and daily consumption.

This Is Not War, It’s War Crimes Against Children

This is not war, this is war crimes against children and humanity.

UNHCR’s Grandi Appeals For Urgent Action As South Sudan Crisis Enters Fifth Year

Marking four years since the outbreak of South Sudan’s civil war, UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi appealed for urgent action by all sides to settle the conflict.

Yemen: From Cholera To Diphtheria – Shattered Health System Battles New Threats

Cases of cholera may have declined in Yemen, but the ongoing war and blockade are creating a new threat to public health as a suspected diphtheria outbreak takes hold.

A Young Boy Rests With His Family At A Registration Center In The Impevi Refugee Settlement In Northern Uganda

Over the last year, one million refugees have sought safety in Uganda making it the fastest growing refugee crisis in the world.

Diphtheria In Bangladesh Rohingya Camps Expected To Double Every Few Days

A mass immunisation campaign has been launched after at least 722 “probable” cases and nine deaths.