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Suffering in silence: the 10 most under-reported humanitarian crises of 2018

Source(s):  CARE International (CI)

This is the third edition of the Suffering in Silence report. The aim of this report is to highlight those humanitarian crises in 2018 that, though large, have received little public attention. In the final section, it also addresses the question of how to ensure better coverage, outlining eight steps to help shine a light on forgotten crises.

Using the media monitoring services of Meltwater Group, CARE International analyzed those humanitarian crises that received the least media attention in 2018. More than 1.1 million online articles were monitored from January 1 to November 28, 2018. To filter according to scale, we chose those countries in which at least one million people were affected by natural or manmade disasters. The result was a list of 34 crises that were analyzed and ranked by the number of online news articles mentioning each. This report gives a countdown of the 10 most underreported crises and finds that at least one million people in each of these countries are affected by natural or manmade hazards.



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  • Suffering in silence: the 10 most under-reported humanitarian crises of 2018
  • Publication date 2019
  • Number of pages 20 p.

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