In April and May 2020, HIAS conducted a rapid needs assessment (RNA) across HIAS program locations in Latin America and the Caribbean, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Europe and the Mediterranean to collect information on the immediate and changing needs of displaced people around the world during this time of crisis.1 The information collected shows how the COVID-19 crisis has caused a global decrease in ability to meet basic needs, posed threats to legal protection, impacted mental health and resilience, and increased both the risks and incidence of GBV. While many of these needs pre-date the COVID-19 situation, the current crisis has further compounded needs in the following broad categories Autoría: