A safe learning environment in places like Nigeria and Syria can provide children with a sense of predictability, protection from violence, and a safe place to heal from trauma.
The largest humanitarian crisis is happening in Yemen with millions fleeing their homes to escape devastating conflict. They need urgent food, shelter, protection and safety.
There are roughly 153 million orphans worldwide. One in five children lives in a conflict or war zone, and studies show that these children are at high risk of experiencing violence, psychological stress, hunger, and loss of education.
Food insecurity; poor water quality; limited access to healthcare; lack of education opportunities; high unemployment; and restricted movement are only a few of the many problems the people of Palestine are forced to face in their daily lives.
The continent of Africa, with its 1.1 billion people, has a long history of drought, famine, and epidemics. An estimated 30 million people need humanitarian assistance while internal conflict has displaced 9 million within Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan, and Somalia.
Diseases from dirty water takes 16,000 lives every week, mostly children under five. Access to clean water and proper sanitation doesn't just transform lives: it saves them. When children have access to clean water and safe toilets, they’re able to study full-time. This empowers young girls to stay in school