From January to June 2022
- 290 083people received health-care services – including surgery for weapon wounds, psychosocial support, physical rehabilitation, and nutritional and medical assistance – in health centers, hospitals and prison dispensaries.
- 956 708people benefited from access to water or improvements to water-supply facilities in urban or rural areas.
- 293 843people received food, cash assistance, vouchers, household items or agricultural support.
- 89 693detainees benefited from our Restoring Family Links services and improvements to the material conditions of detention in facilities we visited.
- 2 213 658members of the armed and security forces, armed groups and members of civil society received information on international humanitarian law and humanitarian principles, either directly or through the media (estimate).