Um Ali outside her tent in the Syrian refugee camp. [...]
With Yemen in the devastating grip of conflict, this year its people also faced the world’s worst cholera outbreak.
Over 300,000 people were affected by the heavy rains and flooding in Assam in 2014. Tens of thousands of shelters collapsed.
In 2014, floods hit central Punjab in Pakistan during the monsoon season. Hundreds of roads were flooded and thousands of homes were washed away.
The island of Lombok was hit by earthquakes, killing at least 259 people.
The drawn-out, devastating conflict in Syria has left 13.5 million people in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.
In 2014, over 300,000 people were affected by the heavy rains and flooding in Assam.
Aim: Provide 360 families with emergency shelter kits that can later be re-used to support their livelihoods.
As food shortages continued across Gaza this year, waqf donors provided thousands of pounds worth of food to Gazans during the course of Ramadan.
Already struggling after two years of low rainfall, a volcanic eruption in July 2011 was a huge blow to people in the Afar Region of Ethiopia.