The Tigray War in north Ethiopia started in November 2020. A large number of war crimes has been committed (gender-based violence, massacres, deliberate starvation), and by April 2022, Tigray continued to be blockaded by Ethiopian, Eritrean and Amhara forces.
The total number of civilian victims in Tigray is estimated at 250 to 500 thousand, as also mentioned in numerous media articles, such as ... [Show full abstract] in The Globe and Mail (https://www.theglobeandmail.com/world/article-tigray-war-has-seen-up-to-half-a-million-dead-from-violence-and/). In this presentation, we highlight details of the different categories of victims: direct killings (massacres, assassinations, air bombings), deaths by famine and starvation, and deaths by lack of healthcare.
The work creating the Tigray Atlas of the Humanitarian Situation (https://www.researchgate.net/publication/349824181_Tigray_Atlas_of_the_humanitarian_situation) is also discussed, as well as the mapping work of confirmed massacres (www.ethiopiatigraywar.com).