We are concerned about humanitarian suffering and widespread conflict-related sexual violence experienced by women in Tigray, Ethiopia.
Women in Tigray need urgent support to survive, and ultimately thrive in their recovery.
Join us for a discussion on the progress of the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement and the current human rights situation in Ethiopia.
What are the options for accountability for starvation crimes during the Ethiopian civil war?
Averting starvation in Ethiopia depends on ensuring that aid is reaching those who need it.
Almost 40 million people in Somalia, Ethiopia, and Kenya face an unprecedented food and nutrition emergency.
After two years of civil war in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region, civilians are facing widespread displacement, atrocities, human rights violations, and potential famine.
Eritrean refugees, as well as other populations of refugees and some internally displaced groups, are struggling to find safety in Ethiopia.
The first visit to Ethiopia by the new U.S. special envoy for the Horn of Africa this week is a significant opportunity to support peace and ensure an end to using food as a weapon of war.
Refugees International is deeply concerned about media reports that the Ethiopian government has rounded up more than 100 Eritrean refugees in and around Addis Ababa and forcibly moved them to the refugee camps near the unstable Amhara-Tigray border.