humanitarian aid

The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump takes another wild U-turn—this time on gun control, Hope Hicks to resign, UN humanitarian chief pleads for Syria ceasefire, and more.
VICE Staff
Rise Up

These Humanitarians Want to End Gender Inequality in Afghanistan

Organizations like CARE are working to empower girls and break the cycle of discrimination in the war-torn region.
Madeline Moitozo
activist art

3,500 Salvaged Life Jackets Storm Denmark for Ai Weiwei's Latest

For World Refugee Day, Ai Weiwei placed thousands of refugee life jackets in the windows of Copenhagen’s Kunsthal Charlottenborg.
DJ Pangburn

UN World Food Programme Head Says Trump Budget Will Result in 'Starving Babies'

“No one in America believes that ‘America First’ means that other people must die.”
Alex Swerdloff
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The US Is Done Talking to Russia About the Syria Conflict

Russian involvement in renewed bloodshed in the rebel-held city of Aleppo seems to be behind the shutdown of dialogue.
VICE Staff

Facebook’s Drone Creators Are Planning an Edible Humanitarian Aid Aircraft

A disposable drone you can eat on a one-way trip to disaster areas.
Ben Sullivan

Artificial Intelligence Is Predicting Human Poverty From Space

Because people on Earth don’t seem to have the time and money.
Sarah Emerson

A Charity Claims the IRS Is Harassing It for Sending Aid to Palestine

A left-wing Christian organization that's been around for 47 years is accused of raising money for Hamas and is on the verge of having its tax-exempt status revoked.
Charles Davis

What We Shouldn't Be Doing in the Wake of Typhoon Yolanda

As a foreign correspondent, I have paid witness to many natural disasters and have seen first responders expect situations to unfold according to a set pattern. In the Philippines, a familiar pattern is playing out in the headlines, and these...
Jonathan M Katz, Photos: George Calvelo

Remember Haiti? Giles Clarke Does

On January 12, 2010, a massive earthquake hit Haiti, killing over 230,000 people, injuring many more, and leaving 1.5 million homeless. Although the media has since moved on for the most part, many Haitians are still struggling in scores of tent cities...
Giles Clarke