Using open sources and verified submissions from partner agencies, Insecurity Insight documents aid workers killed, kidnapped and arrested (KKA) around the world.
These incidents affect aid workers, their families, and aid agencies deeply. It has an impact on aid agencies security risk management and ultimately access to aid for beneficiaries.
What We Do
Insecurity Insight publishes this information as downloadable quick charts below, in datasets on HDX, and is explored in annual publications.
We would like to thank all our partner agencies for sharing their data with us.
The Aid Worker KKA data is:
1. Updated each month to include backdated reports.
2. Cross checked with the Aid Worker Security Database (AWSD).
Every year Insecurity Insight publishes trend analysis using the Aid Worker KKA data. Past reports have explored perpetrators, explosive weapons use, gender, motive and intent.