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Back From The Field: Lebanon

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An RI team has just returned from conducting an assessment of Syrian refugees in Lebanon.

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Beyond Mt. Sinjar

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RI's president outlines what donors and aid agencies must do now to support Iraq's Yazidis.

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Back From the Field: Kenya

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Get a preview of RI's latest report from the Horn of Africa.

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DR Congo: North Kivu's Long, Rocky Road to Stability

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Read RI's latest field report on this protracted crisis.

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Mexico's Unseen Victims

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Read RI's first-ever report on displacement caused by organized crime in Mexico.

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DR Congo: Katanga in Crisis

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Read our new field report on this overlooked emergency.

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South Sudan: On the Precipice

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Read our field report on the response to the displacement crisis in South Sudan.

from our blog

August 21
Dawn Calabia
This year Afghans surprised the world when seven million of them participated in a generally peaceful presidential election, despite threats by armed groups including the Taliban and Al Qaeda.

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Syrian refugees and many of their marginalized Lebanese neighbors struggle from day to day to afford rent, buy food, and pay for medical care. With such limited options, how do people actually manage to survive in Lebanon as the strain on resources continues to grow?

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South Sudan is on the verge of a catastrophic humanitarian crisis. Ongoing conflict since mid-December 2013 has forced more than a million people from their homes. Tens of thousands of these displaced are seeking shelter on UN bases across the country. At one site in the capital Juba, UN Tomping, the cramped living space and flood-prone land make for a disastrous scenario.