It is six months since the conflict in Gaza but as winter hits hard, thousands of people are still in desperate need of basic items to survive the cold weather.
This week I have spent time with Najiba, an incredibly brave woman who risks her life on a daily basis to help women escape violence in Afghanistan.
Despite facing death threats and constantly fearing for her - and her children's - lives, Najiba has become an ActionAid-trained paralegal and runs a shelter for women. She has now helped more than 100 female victims of domestic violence.
As the Ebola death toll nears 5,000 and the World Health Organisation warns of 10,000 new cases a week by Christmas if we don't stop the spread, we asked Dr Colin Brown, Infectious Diseases Registrar at King's College Sierra Leone Partnership what three things we must do right now to fight the Ebola crisis in West Africa. This is what he said.
The NATO Summit taking place in Wales yesterday and today is the largest gathering of international leaders ever held in Britain.
The last couple of weeks have seen some huge developments in the campaign to end female foeticide in India (the practice of aborting baby girls because of the huge desire to have sons).