Six months of war between Sudan’s security forces has cost thousands of lives and displaced millions

With over 5.3 million displaced, the war which began on April 15 between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces enters its sixth month with no resolution in sight, as the UN warns of further escalation.

Can there be peace in Yemen without addressing the climate crisis?

The climate catastrophe in 2022 affected over 510,000 people directly and intensified the humanitarian crisis, which led to a 93% increase in displacement.

Climate change Yemen Climate change is intensifying humanitarian crisis in war-affected Yemen

A fact sheet prepared by SIPRI and NUPI warns that the climate crisis in Yemen needs urgent international attention as competition over scarce water resources and fertile land may jeopardize the possibility of peace in the country

UNHCR forced displacement report A record 110 million across the globe are forcibly displaced, says UNHCR report

The report claims that today, one in every 74 people is displaced due to reasons ranging from war and conflict to climate change. Contrary to the rhetoric of refugees flooding Europe, the majority of them (over 76%) is being hosted by middle or low income countries