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Afghanistan High

A severe economic crisis, harsh winter and disruption of aid and winterisation support the increase in food insecurity and malnutrition until July-August

Myanmar High

Heightened military response following increased territorial control of and collaboration among anti-military resistance forces results in intensified conflict across most of the country, leading to a deterioration of the humanitarian situation

State of Palestine High

New proposed legislation and evictions planned by Israel cause an uprising and violence in the West Bank, with potential of spillover in Gaza, affecting Palestinians’ livelihoods and humanitarian conditions and generating heightened protection concerns

Peru Medium

Continued protests and mobility restrictions affect the living conditions of economically vulnerable population groups, worsening their overall living conditions

Zimbabwe Medium

Electoral violence, compounded by the deepening economic crisis, leads to protection incidents and increased food insecurity across the country

Nigeria Medium

High inflation and economic disruptions contribute to worsening food insecurity countrywide

Syria Medium

Involuntary mass returns of Syrians refugees from Türkiye results in displacement, increased protection needs and deterioration in the humanitarian situation in Northwest Syria

Pakistan Medium

Pakistan’s prolonged economic crisis and stalling of the bailout programme result in increased poverty and social unrest, leading to heightened food insecurity and protection concerns

DRC Medium

The expansion of the areas under the control of the 23 March Movement (M23) in North-Kivu causes increased violence targeting Rwandophone communities, resulting in displacement and protection needs

Tunisia Low

A political deadlock and economic deterioration increase protests and civil strikes, leading to clashes between civilians and security forces and increased food and livelihood needs, especially in central western governorates

Azerbaijan Low

Escalation of conflict between Armenian and Azerbaijan in Nagorno-Karabakh triggered by the Lachin corridor blockade results in population displacement and increased humanitarian needs

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