Yemen’s already dire hunger crisis is teetering on the edge of outright catastrophe, with 17.4 million people now in need of food assistance and a growing portion of the population coping with...
In an exclusive interview with IPS, Ambassador Cindy Hensley McCain, Permanent Representative of the US Mission to the food and agriculture organizations of the United Nations in Rome, Italy, shares her thoughts...
Zimbabwe is pressing ahead with a controversial bill that critics say seeks to criminalise the operations of nongovernmental organisations working in the country. Zimbabwe is pressing ahead with a controversial bill that...
Armed Conflicts, Europe, Featured, Headlines, Human Rights, Humanitarian Emergencies, Migration & Refugees, TerraViva United Nations Armed Conflicts Ukrainian refugee, Valia, recalls the ‘terrible conditions’ during her 1000 km journey to safety with her...
Africa, columns, COVID-19, Development & Aid, Featured, Headlines, Health, Humanitarian Emergencies, TerraViva United Nations COVID-19 Africa can expect new spikes in COVID-19 every six months, a report by the Tony Blair Institute for...
Armed Conflicts, Europe, Featured, Headlines, Human Rights, Humanitarian Emergencies, Inequality, Migration & Refugees, TerraViva United Nations Armed Conflicts Refugees at a border point between Republic of Moldova and Ukraine on March 1, 2022....
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