(Thomson Reuters Foundatin/Middle East Eye) – The world’s humanitarian crisis is about to get worse.  The number of refugees and displaced people is already at a record 60 million – at least half of whom are children, many bombed out of their homes and forced to flee for their lives.  There are currently 37 million war-affected boys and girls who are out of school.  Add to this the extreme weather events caused by El Nino that are predicted to devastate parts of sub-Saharan Africa before the end of the year, and the sheer scale of humanitarian need feels overwhelming.