#Humanitarian Crisis

  • Article: Britain to Send Maggots to Warzones to Save Life and Limbs
    Health

    Britain to Send Maggots to Warzones to Save Life and Limbs

    By Joshua James Parfitt|Jan. 11, 2019

    The maggots eat up dead tissue and their saliva has antimicrobial properties. Read more

  • Article: Fate of 500 Yemeni Refugees Spurs Protests, Debate in South Korea
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    Fate of 500 Yemeni Refugees Spurs Protests, Debate in South Korea

    By Joanna Prisco|July 12, 2018

    An influx of Yemenis fleeing conflict has caused intense protests throughout the country. Read more

  • Article: Millions Face Starvation, Dehydration, and Disease in Yemen as Supplies Are Blocked at the Border
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    Millions Face Starvation, Dehydration, and Disease in Yemen as Supplies Are Blocked at the Border

    By Andrew McMaster|Dec. 4, 2017

    The United Nations has called for a ceasefire. Read more

  • Article: Libyan Migrants Will Be Flown Home Under Emergency Evacuation Plan
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    Libyan Migrants Will Be Flown Home Under Emergency Evacuation Plan

    By Imogen Calderwood|Dec. 1, 2017

    The agreement comes after footage emerged of migrant slave auctions. Read more

  • Article: At Least 10 Rohingya Refugee Children Dead After Boat Capsizes in River
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    At Least 10 Rohingya Refugee Children Dead After Boat Capsizes in River

    By Phineas Rueckert|Oct. 9, 2017

    As of Sunday, more than 150 refugees have been killed trying to reach Bangladesh by boat. Read more

  • Article: Yemen Is Experiencing the Worst Single-Year Cholera Crisis in History
    Water & Sanitation

    Yemen Is Experiencing the Worst Single-Year Cholera Crisis in History

    By Tess Sohngen|Sept. 21, 2017

    The end is not yet in sight. Read more

  • Article: These African Countries May Fall Into Famine by 2018
    Food & Hunger

    These African Countries May Fall Into Famine by 2018

    By Tess Sohngen|July 17, 2017

    Despite increases in food aid, conditions continue to worsen in Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia. Read more

  • Article: The Lake Chad Water Crisis Leaves Millions at Risk of Disease
    Water & Sanitation

    The Lake Chad Water Crisis Leaves Millions at Risk of Disease

    By Natalie Petrulla|July 14, 2017

    The humanitarian disaster in Lake Chad is worsening without access to clean water and sanitation. Read more