On today's episode of Inspire Africa, host Jerry Bambi, does the round trip to West and East Africa - Nigeria, Ghana and Uganda feature in this episode.
UAE and Saudi Arabia to give $200m in aid to Yemenis of all backgrounds
After cyclone Idai's devastating action, Mozambique has become another setting for the United Nations' World Food Program's relief operations
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.
Gert Verdonck, an emergency coordinator with the aid group Doctors Without Borders, said an epidemic could spread quickly due to Beira's dense population.
The EU, Arab nations and Japan have stepped in to avoid a funding shortfall for Gaza. But with Palestine is at boiling point, is there a better solution to alleviating the tension other than to invest in bringing peace to the region rather than cutting vital funding.
The self-proclaimed president of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó will meet with the US-Vice President in Colombia on Monday to discuss a way to ensure humanitarian aid enters the country.
Venezuela's national guard clashes with citizens at Colombian border
See how Euronews correspondent Anelise Borges answered viewers' questions on Venezuela in her Facebook Q&A
The EU has stepped up support as millions flee inter-ethnic violence.
While her neighbours have built a wall so they don’t have to look at the migrants in Calais, Brigitte Lips welcomes them into her home.
Euronews’ Anelise Borges was the only TV journalist on board the rescue vessel Aquarius when it found itself at the centre of one of the most divisive crises Europe had faced in 2018.
Aid Zone looks at Gaza's medical system after the Great March of Return.
Save the Children says up to 85,000 children under five may have died from hunger in Yemen since the outbreak of the civil war in 2015.
It's hard to say which member of the Hawke family is more famous in Romania: Hollywood actor Ethan or his mother, Leslie, who helped thousands of children attend schools.
A wide range of speakers attended the sixth edition in Azerbaijan to mull world problems.
Europe's attempts to buy off smugglers to prevent migrants crossing the Sahara isn't working, as Niger cracks down on the business of human smuggling reports euronews' Valerie Gauriat.
Rural communities have been cut off by broken roads, landslides and crippled communications.
The UN's World Food Programme has warned that the food crisis in Yemen could become much worse unless the crucial port of Hodeidah is protected from damage
Washington is cutting 200 million dollars' worth of aid to Gaza and the West Bank over concerns it would not be spent in accordance with US national interests
The NGO Mercy Corps has shared pictures with Euronews of the rescue mission in Indonesia following Sunday's earthquake that killed more than 100 people.
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.
In its latest report on the process of returning refugees to Syria, The Russian Ministry of Defense has announced the return of over 70,000 Syrian refugees to Eastern Ghouta from refugee and internally displaced person (IDP) camps.
UN says negotiations are "well advanced" with Houthis to take over main entry point for humanitarian aid.
Fears over massive civilian casualties, and a breakdown in aid supplies if latest Arab coalition offensive against Houthis' main port goes unchecked.
Joy breaks out on the humanitarian vessel at Spain's offer of refuge after days at sea.