“The international community must act now before it is too late. Syria is battling a complex health crisis, conflict, a severe economic deterioration, an imminent risk of severe food insecurity and the one of the worst child protection crises witnessed so far,”
Highlights “There is no time to lose. We must roll out life-saving operations – food, water, emergency nutrition, and critical health support – otherwise we will see the numbers of people dying rapidly increasing. Winter is coming and we need to get food into...
Children are nearing starvation because there isn’t enough food, and funding for humanitarian relief is not getting through. That’s the dire warning from humanitarian organization World Vision today as it called on the international community to ensure that the survival of Afghan children is given absolute priority.
Heavy rains pouring over the southwest of Haiti since Monday evening have led to the temporary suspension of flights from the capital city, Port-au-Prince to transport urgent humanitarian aid to assist the most vulnerable people affected by last Saturday’s 7.2-magnitude earthquake.
“Children are the single greatest asset to any sustainable, durable solution to multiple crises. For their sake, all sides must put the humanitarian needs of their people first and end this conflict. Together with our +300 Afghan staff, World Vision will stay and deliver.”
The window to send urgent humanitarian aid to affected people in Haiti, by yesterday’s 7.2-magnitude earthquake is closing in, as a tropical storm Grace approaches the country, warned the Christian humanitarian organization, World Vision.
The powerful 7.2-magnitude earthquake that shook southern Haiti this morning could complicate the precarious situation of millions of vulnerable people in the country, warned Christian humanitarian organization World Vision.