Record numbers of people displaced in their own countries in a 'world falling apart'

(ロイター)紛争や自然災害に悩まされている世界, 自国で家を出て避難所を探した人の数は、過去最高を記録しました。 60 昨年末までに百万, 新しいデータによると.

Disasters, including weather events such as cyclones and floods in Asia as well as protracted conflicts in places like Syria, アフガニスタン and Ethiopia, were factors behind high levels of new displacements last year, according to a report compiled by the Geneva-based Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC).
The world is falling apart, too many countries are falling apart,” said Jan Egeland, secretary general of the Norwegian Refugee Council which set up the IDMC in 1998 to document displaced people whom he said would otherwise beunseen.
    “2021 だった, as we documented here, a very bleak year and 2022 (is looking) even worse,” 彼は言った, adding that the war in Ukraine would lead to a new record this year.
      合計で, 59.1 million people were living in displaced conditions at the end of last year compared with 55 million people in 2020, the annual report showed. The countries with the highest numbers of displaced people were Syria, Democratic Republic of Congo, コロンビア, Afghanistan and Yemen, と言いました.
        The report does not count refugeespeople fleeing to other countriesalthough there is often a correlation between internal and cross-border trends.
        It’s a damning indictment of the world’s lack of ability for conflict prevention and conflict resolution,” Egeland told journalists this week.
            彼は彼が “nervousabout the Ukraine crisis diverting aid funds from other locations, saying some countries were using their aid budgets to help Ukrainian refugees.
            That means that it will go down, the money we have for the rest of the world,” 彼は言った. The Ukraine war is also increasing the cost of aid for the displaced because it has driven up food and fuel prices, 彼は言った.