Is seeking an exit strategy from the Sahel? After declaring the region as the central issue for 🇪🇺 long term security?
Violence and insecurity in the Central Sahel have caused massive displacement, disrupting the education of millions of children. The situation is alarming in Burkina Faso, where one million people have fled their homes since early 2019. Listen to their stories ⤵️ #SahelNow
▪️ Central Sahel ▪️ Mozambique ▪️ Horn of Africa ▪️ Bangladesh & Myanmar ▪️ Haiti ▪️ Yemen ▪️ Afghanistan ▪️ Democratic Republic of the Congo ▪️ Central African Republic ▪️ Syria Here are 🔟 crises that need your attention.
The fast growing crisis in the Central Sahel is causing record levels of suffering. Thanks to donors' funding, humanitarians and local actors are providing assistance, but more support is urgently needed for #SahelNow .
13.4 million people in Burkina Faso, Mali & Niger need humanitarian assistance & protection this year to survive. Fast-growing crises in Central Sahel are causing record levels of suffering for already vulnerable populations. We must act for #SahelNow .
Conflict and instability have forced a record number of people to flee their homes in the Central Sahel. About 1.4 million people are internally displaced in the region, against 70,000 less than two years ago. We must act now to avoid more human suffering.
Women and children are bearing the brunt of intensifying violence in Central Sahel. This sleeping baby is being treated for malnutrition at a UNICEF-supported clinic in Diffa, Niger. #ChildrenUnderAttack
The Central #Sahel - Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger - faces a toxic mix of armed conflict, displacement, hunger and poverty - all compounded by the impacts of #climatechange We must act now in order to save lives and protect the recent development gains achieved in the Sahel.
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