The whole world, including Myanmar, needs a lot of humanitarians' aid.
The United Nations has again warned of the need for emergency funds to provide humanitarian aid to those suffering around the world.
Farhan Haq, the spokesman for the UN Secretary General's Office, told reporters on June 28 that, despite the need for 54.8 billion US dollars in funding for 2023, only 20 percent of that amount has been received.
Myanmar, which is currently facing a crisis, Burkina Faso, Congo, Venezuela, Somalia, and Afghanistan are already facing the problem of insufficient aid, he said.
The number of people needing help around the world is increasing. Last year, 349 million people needed help, and this year it has reached 362 million people.
If you look at this number, one in 22 people in the world needs humanitarian aid. Therefore, the United Nations has appealed to donors to support humanitarian aid programs. According to the United Nations, there are more than 1.5 million refugees who fled Myanmar after the military coup on February 1, 2021.