Only a sustained ceasefire can enable the scale of aid delivery required.
The United Nations and international community must take steps to ensure that cross-border aid through Rafah is utilized and scaled.
As a ground invasion of Gaza appears imminent, Refugees International is alarmed by the devastating humanitarian crisis in the territory
There will be no safety or protection for civilians as long as this conflict continues.
Refugees International welcomes the appointment of Ambassador David Satterfield as U.S. Special Envoy for Middle East Humanitarian Issues.
Refugees International is gravely concerned about catastrophic civilian and humanitarian needs inside of Gaza following the Israeli military’s order to evacuate half of Gaza’s population in 24 hours.
Refugees International is horrified and heartbroken by the attacks and ongoing loss of life in Israel and Gaza.
Donors must act quickly to fill the shortfall before 1.2 million Palestinians – including women and children – are left without critical humanitarian assistance.
Refugees International is extremely concerned about the past week’s wanton attacks on the West Bank’s Jenin refugee camp.
The recent escalation between Israel and Hamas has once again led to a high death toll among civilians, and widespread destruction in the Gaza strip.