humanitarian aid

Many Palestinian aid workers are facing an uphill battle trying to coordinate humanitarian assistance in Gaza while keeping their families safe.
Aid workers are desperately warning of the dangers that will come with Israel's anticipated ground offensive into the overcrowded city in Gaza.
Beyond the logistical challenges, the operation will depend on Israel’s cooperation, which isn’t assured.
An internal State Department analysis obtained by HuffPost shows no improvement and humanitarian experts believe conditions are only worsening.
The United Nations called for the cease-fire to the Israel-Hamas attacks so that aid can reach people in Gaza, who have gone nearly two weeks without food, water and other essentials.
More than 150,000 Ukrainian refugees have now left their homeland, the United Nations said, and thousands have been displaced across the country.
The UN will allocate $20 million to “help with health care, shelter, food, and water and sanitation to the most vulnerable people affected by the conflict.”
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres also called for the release of nearly $9 billion in frozen assets to pull Afghanistan’s economy back from the brink of a collapse.
After five years of war, Yemen’s poor health care infrastructure is unprepared to battle the pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a disaster on top of the many humanitarian disasters we already face, and it's a one-two punch for the most vulnerable.