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It has been 100 days since the current escalation of violence in Israel and Gaza began on 7 October.
Nelson, aged 15, grew up amidst fear, violence, and insecurity in DR Congo, a region impacted by over two decades of internal armed conflict.
At 19 years old, Edisa's life took an irreversible turn when she was forced to flee her home in Burundi. Settling in a refugee camp in eastern DR Congo, she confronted hunger, uncertainty, and the unexpected loss of her father.
Celebrities and international security experts join call for British families to be brought home from unlawful detention in Syria.
Who would’ve thought that War Child would share the stage with all-time greats like Lionel Messi and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce? Yet, as we pick up the Laureus Sport for Good Award it will be all eyes on TeamUp, our flagship psychosocial support intervention for children affected by conflict…
The Roma community in Ukraine is one of the largest minority groups in the country, with an estimated population of around 400,000 people, however there is a lack of census data available to give a precise number.
In 2022 War Child UK were able to provide support to 256,700 children and adults - making it our strongest year ever.
Syrian children and their families face unprecedented turmoil due to lethal mix of civil war, devastating earthquakes, medical emergencies and harsh winter conditions.
In the wake of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake which has torn across north-west Syria and Türkiye, War Child has mobilised a rapid response to meet the critical needs of children and their families now living in the devastating aftermath.
This World Refugee Week, we’re celebrating the incredibly brave children who are healing after being forced to leave their homes due to conflict.
War Child UK, the UN Special Representative on Children and Armed Conflict and the ILO call for an end to the recruitment and use of children in armed conflict by 2025.