Take an in-depth look at the issues facing the world's most vulnerable communities with our latest research reports and publications.
Yemen: Half a decade of hunger
Five years of civil war in Yemen has pushed millions further into poverty. Thousands of children are being born into food insecurity or malnutrition. This report explores how the conflict in Yemen is starving future generations. We predict that, without swift action, food insecurity will worsen, and we renew our call for the conflict in Yemen to end.Download
Risking death to give birth
The deliberate targeting of Syrian hospitals has led to a rapid decline of the availability and quality of healthcare for women and girls. As Syria enters its tenth year of war, we examine the consequences of conflict on the health needs of women and girls. In this report we call on organisations to recognize the disproportionate effect of conflict on women and girls, and to allocate funds to tackle gender-based violence.Download
Hunger as a weapon of war
We explore how hunger has been weaponised during the conflicts in Syria and Yemen. In this report we call on military actors and governments to depoliticise aid, and for the prosecution of those using the tactic of deliberate starvation.Download