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Victims of crises and conflicts

AN INVISIBLE CRISIS: EXPLORING MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS IN THE SYRIAN AND IRAQI CRISES ©Reuters
An invisible crisis is happening in the countries affected by the Syrian and Iraqi crises. Médecins du Monde (MdM) releases a booklet to mark World Mental Health Day (October 10th) in order to shed light on the important mental health and psychosocial needs of people who have been plagued by the...
The military offensive that has been expected for weeks in the Idlib region may lead to one of the worst humanitarian crises ever seen. This new disaster reflects a country ravaged by more than seven years of war, which has already killed 350,000 people and driven more than five million Syrians to...
2017 Syrie © Reuters
This year 15 March marks seven years of war in Syria: the parties to the conflict, together with their allies, are killing with complete impunity, while the international community flounders impotently. So much has already been said about the scale of the conflict: 350,000 deaths, a country bled...
© Reuters
Airstrikes and shelling on Eastern Ghouta have prevented humanitarian aid from entering the besieged enclave as well as medical evacuations five days after the adoption of a UN Security Council resolution demanding an immediate nationwide cessation of hostilities, according to a group of...
© Olivier Papegnies
A new report from The Association of International Development Agencies (AIDA), a coalition of more than 70 INGOs working in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt), documents the grim reality of life under occupation. The report, 50 Years of Occupation: Dispossession, Deprivation and De-...
© Cyril Zannettacci
The year 2017 marks 50 years since the beginning of the Israeli military occupation of the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt). Apart from the 1948 war, or “Nakba” (catastrophe), when around 700,000 Palestinians were displaced from their lands and became refugees, the military occupation of the...

Since 2014, Yemen has been under fire from clashes between Houthi rebels and government forces.

District Amedi, Village Bamerni. Irak (c) Guillaume Pinon

The fighting which has affected north west Iraq since 2014 has led over 3 million Iraqis to leave their homes. Almost half of them have taken refuge in Kurdistan and the neighbouring regions.

The situation is worse now than it has ever been since the start of the Israeli military occupation in 1967.