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.
Former inmates describe the brutal treatment they suffered in Syrian prisons and confirm the veracity of a new Amnesty International report.
Civil society organisations and youth initiatives are delivering food and blankets to people displaced due to the war.
Human rights activists warn of the Houthis' recruitment of children and call on all combatants to protect youth and halt attacks on schools.
A number of Syrian refugees in Lebanon say they have yet to receive the single card relief agencies issued in October to facilitate access to aid.
Dozens of Syrian families who remain in rural al-Raqa have made the decision to flee to Lebanon as the battle to liberate the area approaches.
Civil society organisations and others are mobilising to provide food aid and medical assistance to residents of the western coastal province.
The Syrian regime and its allies Iran and Hizbullah are attempting to create a buffer zone around Damascus and key strongholds, experts tell Diyaruna.
Since the conflict broke out in March 2015, millions of Yemenis have found themselves in urgent need of food aid.
Activists and civil society organisations convened in Sanaa to call for an immediate end to the war which continues to ravage the country.