Humanitarian Access Overview 2022
ACAPS’ Humanitarian Access Overview provides a snapshot of the most challenging contexts for humanitarian access globally. The December 2022 analysis found that, between July and the end of October 2022, crisis-affected populations in more than 80 countries were not receiving the humanitarian assistance they needed because of access constraints. Burkina Faso, Bangladesh, Central African Republic (CAR), Chad, Ethiopia, Libya and Niger are among the crises where access has deteriorated considerably over the past six months. Gambia, Papua New Guinea, and Sri Lanka have entered the ranking since the last Humanitarian Access Overview from July 2022.
Access the full Humanitarian Access Dataset here, explore the interactive dashboard here.