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Humanitarian trends and risks for 2016

The organization ACAPS, based in Geneva, founded in 2009 by three NGOs whose “Norwegian Refugee Council,” which are attached to “Action against Hunger” and “Save the Children International” and research institutes, has just published a English report on the evaluation of risks and trends in humanitarian in 2016.

Eleven countries are on two priority lists : 

  • Afghanistan, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq, Libya, Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, Syria, Yemen
  • Burundi, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Myanmar, Niger, Ukraine and Risks posed by El Niño

Each of these countries and risk the subject of a detailed scenario

Read the report 

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