Situated along the central Mediterranean refugee route, Egypt hosts refugees in some of the poorest neighbourhoods of its largest cities.
The dire socio-economic situation, further worsened by COVID-19, has disrupted education, livelihoods and access to food for vulnerable Iraqis.
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 financial meltdown since October 2019 has sent prices skyrocketing and left 80% of the population living under the poverty line.
The Palestinian population is paying the price of a decades-long crisis with increasing humanitarian needs.
After 11 years of war, the Syria crisis is characterised by unparalleled suffering and humanitarian needs.
After 7 years of war, Yemen remains one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises.