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Migration numbers were significantly on the rise in 2022 | Photo: Darko Vojinovic/dpa/AP/picture alliance
People walk on a waterlogged street in Bangladeshi capital Dhaka, on Oct. 24, 2022. Most parts of Bangladesh is witnessing gusty winds and heavy rain over cyclone Sitrang that is heading towards the South Asian country's vast coastline | Photo: Salim/Xinhua/picture alliance
From file: Migrants from Niger Crédit : Pape Cire Kane/MSF
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan warned of 'chaos' should Afghanistan become a failed state | Photo: Rahmat Gul/AP Photo/picture-alliance
From file: A group of Ethiopian migrants stranded in Aden city sit on cement blocks while they and their fellow migrants surrounding them pray to return home to Ethiopia | Photo: IOM 2020/Rami Ibrahim
Ethiopian refugee boy in a makeshift shelter next to a highway in Nairobi, Kenya | PHOTO: EPA/DANIEL IRUNGU
Premature newborn babies get medical attention in the neonatal intensive care unit of a hospital in Sana'a, Yemen, 30 June 2020 | Photo: EPA/YAHYA ARHAB
Orphans wearing protective masks at an orphan center in Sanaa | Photo: Picture-alliance/Xinhua/M.Mohammed
Archive photo of refugees fleeing unrest in Libya being given bread at the Libyan and Tunisian border crossing of Ras Jdir, Tunisia, 1 March 2011 | Photo: EPA/Ciro Fusco
 A displaced child in a camp in northern Somalia | Photo: UNHCR
A Yemeni child gets medical attention at a health center in Sana'a, Yemen, 19 April 2020. According to reports, the prolonged conflict in Yemen has had a devastating effect on children, leaving some 10.3 million children without enough food to eat, including 2.1 million acutely malnourished | Photo: EPA/YAHYA ARHAB
Internally displaced children at the makeshift Kalbeed camp, near the Bab al-Hawa crossing at the Syria-Turkey border |  Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/ZEIN ALRIFAII