Situated along the central Mediterranean refugee route, Egypt hosts refugees in some of the poorest neighbourhoods of its largest cities.
Many vulnerable Iraqis are unable to meet their basic needs due to political instability and rising food prices in the aftermath of conflict and COVID-19.
Jordan, a haven for refugees since the start of the Syria crisis in 2011, hosts the third highest number of Syrian refugees in the world.
Lebanon’s population is facing increasing poverty levels, food insecurity, and disease outbreaks.
After decades of unresolved crisis, the humanitarian situation of Palestinians is dire. 2022 has been the deadliest year since 2005. Palestinians in the West Bank are denied adequate housing, access to services while subjected to forced evictions and movement restrictions.
Entering a 13th year of crisis, 7 in 10 Syrians require humanitarian assistance. Already struggling to recover from conflict, displacement, COVID-19 and a cholera epidemic, millions of people’s lives were again shattered by the February earthquake.
After over 8 years of war, Yemen remains one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises. The violence escalated in 2021 and early 2022, followed by an UN-mediated truce that lasted from 2 April until 2 October.