Together with our donors, we support operations on the frontlines of conflict, often in remote and dangerous parts of the world.
A humanitarian catastrophe is unfolding in Yemen. More than three million people have been forced to flee their homes – nearly 23 million need assistance.
Families and unaccompanied children are fleeing horrific gang violence.
After years of conflict – devastation and upheaval continue to plague Syria at an unimaginable scale – making it the world’s largest catastrophe.
People leave Venezuela for different reasons: gang warfare and civil violence, food insecurity, inadequate health systems and loss of income. More than 2.3 million Venezuelan nationals have left the country since 2014.
Approximately 720,000 Rohingya children, women and men have fled to Bangladesh escaping violence in Myanmar since August 25, 2017.
Spiraling violence, conflict and a severe food shortage have endangered millions of lives.
Violence in Central African Republic continues to flare up and drive hundreds of thousands of terrified families from their homes.
The situation in Iraq is desperate. Millions of Iraqis have been forced to abandon their homes after decades of conflict and violence.
Years of conflict have forced more than 2 million Ukrainians to flee their homes. Towns and villages are destroyed – many live with shelling and bullets every day.
An unprecedented humanitarian emergency continues to unfold across Europe and the Mediterranean.
Humanitarian emergencies around the world have produced record levels of displacement and human suffering.
children, women and men displaced by spiraling crises around the world.
someone was uprooted and forced to flee due to violence, conflict or persecution.
are generously hosted in developing nations where economic opportunities are limited.