In DRC, concerns that manipulated data for those in need could drastically harm the ability to respond to their needs. (Photo/Riccardo Gangale/EU/ECHO/Flickr).

In DR Congo, UN Accused Of Bowing To Pressure To Cook The Books And Downplay Numbers Of People In Crisis

Aid groups say overlooking three million displaced people will dramatically impact their ability to respond to needs.


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South Sudan: no country for girls and women. (Photo/UNMISS).

Brutal Attacks Against Women And Girls In South Sudan Reported, As Strife-Torn Country’s Levels Of Sexual Violence Continue

More than 150 women and girls were raped, beaten, and brutalised over a 10-day period at the end of November.


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Moroccan and Senegalese UN peacekeepers in CAR. (Photo/Eskinder Debebe/UN).

Central African Republic Just Scored The Most Negative Feelings Of Any Nation In 10 Years Of A Global Survey

The survey didnt cover some countries facing serious political and humanitarian problems, including Burundi, Somalia, and Sudan.


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With Over 10 Million Still Needing Assistance Every Day, The ‘Forgotten’ Lake Chad Crisis Gets A Shot In The Arm

More than $2 billion was pledged at the Lake Chad crisis, more than the $1.5 billion sought and three times the disappointing haul last year.