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 - In Iraq, years of instability have led to the collapse of national systems, leaving already vulnerable populations at further risk of increased food insecurity. As a result, hundreds of thousands depend ...leer más
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 - In 2021, escalating civil unrest further displaced thousands of people in Myanmar, while a third wave of COVID-19 devastated the country. Nearly one in four people are currently experiencing moderate ...leer más
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 - Thirty percent of Sudanese are expected to need life-sustaining support in 2022, the highest number in the past decade. A combination of shocks and stressors, including conflict, population displacement and ...leer más
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