In 2006, Time magazine named Jan Egeland one of the 100 "people who shape our world".
While the caravans no longer march north, the Central American crisis is deepening away from our television screens.
As the humanitarian scale-up in the region continues, governments and donors are urged to do their part.
If we pull out of Central African Republic now, the killing fields may soon return.
Bureaucratic hurdles delay the support, aid convoys are blocked and humanitarian workers are attacked.