Conflict

Somalia | 2023 | CBPF
Recent reports have revealed alarming levels of sexual and gender-based violence in Somalia, primarily targeting women, girls, and marginalized groups. In 2022, the United Nations reported 340 cases of conflict-related sexual violence, primarily attributed to clan militias and Al-Shabaab: it’s likely to be an under-count of the actual levels of risk.

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Yemen | 2022 | CBPF
“The younger children used to get frustrated and struggle in this environment. I tried to upgrade my teaching skills to provide better education and psychological support for my students, but I didn’t know where to start.”

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Ukraine | 2022 | CBPF
“The biggest worries are that with more fighting, more elderly people will be left behind, isolated and in urgent need of food, water and health and mental health support.”

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Venezuela | 2023 | VHF
“Given the situation in the country, we have had to learn a new way to do our work and be present in the community, specifically around implementing humanitarian projects,” says Nhelsyr González, director of local organization Acción Campesina.

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Central African Republic | 2022 | CBPF
Because of persistent insecurity, one in five Central Africans is either internally displaced or a refugee in a neighbouring country. In October 2022, the number of newly registered displacements (29,300 people) was more than three times higher than the number of returnees (8,650).

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Syria|2021|CBPF
“I did not think that I would finish the curriculum, especially because I had a late start, but with great encouragement from the teachers, hope has returned to me,” said Ala .

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Ukraine | 2021 | CBPF
“We have nothing here, nothing. We have to go to Avdiivka to get bread, salt and even matches. There is no public transport here. Nothing at all. We used to have a bus that went to Donetsk five times a day. We did not have any troubles then,” says another passenger.

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South Sudan | 2021 | CBPF
“I used to have to walk for hours to get water for my family,” says Nyakwoth. “For me, the journey would take even longer because sometimes I would have to carry the baby. We would have to wait for hours, [for our turn]. Sometimes, we would end up fighting over the scarce water,” she adds.

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