An ICRC team has led a convoy of buses and private cars carrying more than 1,000 people to Zaporizhzhia. The civilians transported in the humanitarian convoy had fled Mariupol on their own.
Thousands of families are on the move in northeast Nigeria heading to remote locations. Some are going back home following the camps closure in Maiduguri. Others are fleeing areas affected by the conflict.
An ICRC team is in Zaporizhzhia with pre-positioned relief items and medical supplies to be ready to facilitate the safe passage of civilians out of Mariupol and bring aid into the city.
As humanitarian needs in Ukraine increase by the hour, the ability of the ICRC to deliver much-needed humanitarian assistance is today being jeopardised by a surge of misinformation and disinformation.
Sixty tons of food and relief items arrived in the city of Kharkiv on Saturday 26 March as the ICRC scales up its response to the devastating humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, amidst skyrocketing needs.
The conflict in Libya has left the country extremely vulnerable to climate variability and is likely to increase the impacts on agricultural production and therefore livelihoods, food and economic security of thousands.
During a five-day visit to Ukraine, the President of the ICRC, Peter Maurer, traveled to the country to see the challenges facing civilians affected by the conflict.