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OCHA report : 2017 Humanitarian Response Plan End of Year Report (January – December 2017)

December 2017. Humanitarian needs remain staggering in terms of scale, severity and complexity.

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NGOs and the private sector : the state as an arbitrator ?

March 2018. A complet brief published on Humanitarian Alternatives website.

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Donors pledge $2 billion to scale up aid delivery in Yemen

04/03/2018. An appeal that raised some $2 billion to help millions of people in Yemen was a “remarkable success of international solidarity” - Antonio Guterres.

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DR Congo: UN warns of spike in displacement amid funding shortfall

03/09/2018. The United Nations migration agency is hoping that the upcoming donor pledging conference for the humanitarian crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) will generate more financial support to cope with a spike in the number of…

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We CAN end hunger  but only if we end conflict

November 2017. The vicious cycle of conflict and hunger must be broken if we are to achieve a world where everyone has enough to eat.

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“We should be as ambitious in protection of civilians as we have become in assistance”

03/15/2018. Interview with Jan Egeland • Secretary General of the NGO Norwegian Refugee Council.

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Syria’s civil war – Another grim anniversary after 7 years

03/09/2018. After seven years, the unabated violence of the Syrian civil war continues to cause monumental suffering for millions of civilians in the Middle East.

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UN : 2018 New Year message

01/01/2018. António Guterres issues 'red alert,' urges world to come together in 2018 to tackle pressing challenges.

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Health crisis looms on Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria

12/28/2017. Malteser International and the Order’s delegation joint efforts.

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​Africa for pessimists: 2017 in review

12/26/2017. By 2050, Africa’s population will more than double, from 1.2-billion today to 2.5-billion.

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