The lives of thousands of Yemenis are under threat due to a shortfall in humanitarian aid and the interference of the Houthis in its distribution.
'I Saw My City Die' records the testimonies of civilians who have lived through armed conflict in Aleppo in Syria, Mosul in Iraq and Taiz in Yemen.
In an exclusive interview, Association of Lebanese Detainees in Syrian Prisons president Ali Abu Dehn describes conditions in Syria's prisons.
Emirati assistance seeks to alleviate suffering in liberated areas, restore services damaged in the war and pave the way for economic recovery.
This is a 'man-made catastrophe', the Norwegian Refugee Council chief said, warning that only 3 million out of the 7 million people who were starving had been fed last month.
A new resolution strongly condemns the actions of the Syrian regime and its allies, singling out Iran-backed Hizbullah for sharp criticism.
Mission de Vie's annual Unity and Solidarity campaign seeks to provide food and clothing to those who live 'in poverty, out of sight'.
The UN is appealing for more funds to assist the 19 million Yemenis who require humanitarian aid.
Three social protection centres across Lebanon are working to remove children from the workforce as part of a national plan to end child labour.
Around 18.8 million Yemenis are in need of humanitarian assistance, with an estimated 10.3 million in need of some form of immediate help.