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Human silhouette over a dry field
Detailed, comprehensive and timely data is essential to address the impact of shocks such as droughts, earthquakes or conflict on agricultural production and livelihoods in parts of the world affected by food crises.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations - Headquarters
This study analyzes systematically how components of internal displacement data are related to disaster outcomes in Somalia, Afghanistan, the Marshall Islands and Bangladesh using a data inventory tool.
Climate Risk Management (Elsevier)
Young woman and a child sitting at a market in Mauritania
This article presents 10 countries researchers have identified as most at risk of climate disaster. The IRC and WRI analyzed where climate crises are likely to occur and whether affected countries have the capacity to respond in vulnerable communities.
International Rescue Committee
Mt. Manaslu in Himalayas, Nepal.
Exceeding a 1.5C rise in global temperature imperils already vulnerable Hindu Kush Himalayan region, experts say after IPCC synthesis report, as UN chief demands more from G20 countries
The Third Pole
This paper studies the effect of the 2018 drought on household consumption and poverty in Afghanistan, a semi-arid and conflict-affected country. The paper combines geolocated household data with remote-sensing weather data
World Bank, the
On a remote hillside in Afghanistan’s Logar province, the tents of some 300 families stretch across the snow-covered ground. This makeshift village has stood here since last July, when unusually strong floodwaters destroyed hundreds of nearby homes.
The New Humanitarian
The study is an important step towards the understanding of long-term changes in the water cycle and will aid in more informed decisions when assessing and managing regional water systems.
Singapore University of Technology and Design
Collecting experiences of humanitarian-development-peace nexus approaches. Case studies in DRC, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Mali, Ethiopia, Burkina Faso, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Uganda, Sahel, Palestine, Afghanistan, Colombia and Iraq.
Swedish Agency for International Development Cooperation
This brief focuses on how climate change acts as a threat multiplier, worsening the existing risks and vulnerabilities to hunger for already disadvantaged people, particularly women, agricultural workers, and small-scale farmers.
Oxfam International Secretariat
Continuing drought brings food insecurity and a risk for emerging or ongoing conflict in Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia, as well as Iraq, Iran and Afghanistan, according to a new quarterly update that analyses finds from a global early warning tool.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Office - IHE DELFT Institute for Water Education