In the fourth series of Aid Zone, the focus remains on refugees. In each report Euronews travels to a different region and looks into humanitarian projects funded by the EU.
Aid Zone is a 10-part series on humanitarian crises around the world. It is produced by the pan-European TV channel Euronews in collaboration with the European Commission.
South Sudan's former child soldiers try to rebuild their lives
Ninety thousand still displaced: how Mozambique is recovering from devastating cyclones
Elderly suffer as Ukraine conflict drives away health workers
Philippines: the challenge to educate the 24,000 children uprooted by the 2017 siege of Marawi
Niger: Mothers are the 'best asset' for early diagnosis of child malnutrition
Guatemala: nearly half of children under 5 suffer from chronic malnutrition
As the Amazon burns, Bolivia receives EU support to tackle wildfires
What is the humanitarian cost of a never-ending war?
Europe boosts firefighting response ahead of an expected record wildfire season