Eight months of conflict in Sudan: "An unimaginable humanitarian crisis"

In April, fighting broke out between the Sudanese Army (SAF) and the paramilitary group Rapid Support Forces (RSF) in Sudan. The conflict has had enormous humanitarian consequences, including driving 6,9 million people from their homes. Photo: United Nations photo. Source: Flickr.

Of: Mona Adam Abdi

In conjunction with fighting in Sudan, an acute humanitarian disaster has developed in the country, where millions of Sudanese are fighting for their survival. Conflicts has led to over 12 deaths and driven 000 million people from their homes. The health care system is on the verge of collapse, and there are acute water and food shortages in the country. But despite the urgent situation, international support has not met the needs.  

December 22, 2023, Report

Zambia's most neglected crisis in 2021

The climate crisis is leading to extreme weather and difficulties in food security in Zambia. Photo: Marta Przysiecka. Source: Flickr.

Of: Alice Eriksson

Nearly half of Zambia's residents do not reach the minimum daily caloric intake. Even more are living in poverty and a third of all children under the age of five in the country are malnourished. Despite this, Zambia tops the list of the most underreported humanitarian crises in the world.

April 1, 2022, News

Humanitarian crises in Madagascar are constantly going unnoticed

While Madagascar is hard hit by drought, it is also the most cyclone-hit country in Africa. Image: Heinonlein. Source: Wikimedia Commons.

Of: Linnea Boström

Madagascar has repeatedly been included in the CARE organization's list of the ten least described humanitarian crises. This is despite the fact that the country has suffered from annual drought and its population from malnutrition and starvation. In the southern part of the country, a humanitarian catastrophe is currently taking place, the cause of which has been debated.

February 15, 2022, News