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With millions of people forced out of their homes around the world due to conflicts or natural disasters, Aid Zone looks at the plight of some of these refugees and migrants and the people and organisations who are trying to help them.
As a fragile peace slowly settles in South Sudan, former child soldiers are gradually being demobilised. But do they still have a future?
Nearly half of Guatemalan children are under-nourished - among the highest rates in the world. And aid agencies say that in the worst affected parts of the country, the number of acute cases is higher than official estimates.
The Amazon is on fire, and not only in Brazil. Since July, Bolivia has lost two million hectares of forest, pushing its government to call on the EU to step in.
With a growing number of attacks and civilian casualties. The conflict in Afghanistan is intensifying even 18 years after U.S. intervention. But what is the humanitarian cost?
European nations are stepping up their preparations to tackle wildfires this summer ahead of an expected record wildfire season.
What is life like for Palestinian children living in the Israeli-controlled part of Hebron? What's the impact of the conflict on them and what's the role of the EU in reducing their trauma?
Madagascar is in the grip of harsh climate change and after five years of extreme drought in the south it's now enduring a chronic food crisis.
Aid Zone travels to the Mbera refugee camp in Mauritania to see what is being done to educate the refugee minors from Mali in order to protect them from early forced marriage and child labour.
The EU has stepped up support as millions flee inter-ethnic violence.
In this episode of Aid Zone Euronews' Monica Pinna travels to Jordan to look at how the EU and other international organisations are supporting the country's efforts to integrate Syrian refugee children into the national school system.
Aid Zone looks at Gaza's medical system after the Great March of Return.
The international community helps Syria & Turkey to restore mobility to the war-disabled, and take some of the strain off stretched local health services.
What happens when your community becomes outnumbered by a sudden wave of refugees? On the border with Myanmar, Bangladeshi communities are discovering that. with aid, co-operation, not exclusion, is the way forward.
We met the people who survived the 9-month battle of Mosul, but also the three hard years of ISIS' occupation. Each of the people you will find on this page has been seriously injured and gone through trauma. Like them, there are another 54,000 in Mosul alone.
One year after ISIS was driven out of Mosul stills resembles a war zone and its people struggle to rebuild shattered lives
Three years on from Nepal's devastating twin earthquakes many thousands remain homeless. The EU is helping to accelerate the building of quake-resistant houses.
Some 65 percent of South Sudanese women have experienced sexual or physical violence, twice the global average
The EU bets on innovation to make humanitarian response faster and more efficient