In Jharkhand, an Indian state known for its diverse tribal communities, the number of people that are malnourished is persistently higher than the national average.
Amidst the conflict in Pulka, north-east Nigeria, displaced people struggle to access basic amenities like safe water.
Two case studies of families in Deir ez-Zor who, after returning to the governorates of northeast Syria, were severely injured due to unexploded remnants of war, booby traps and landmines that they found in their homes.
Over 100,000 people are currently displaced from their homes in Ituri province as result of violence that erupted in the area of Djugu.
Most people in East Ghouta, Syria live underground. Medical care is increasingly provided in basements. What is happening there cannot bear the light of day.
In Zimbabwe, a host of barriers are preventing adolescents from accessing sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services.