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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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Children bear 'disproportionate lethal impact' of Syrian war, warns study

According to estimates, one in four civilians killed in 2016 was under the age of 18.

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Amid record needs, new UN relief chief promises reform

12/05/2017. His predecessors sat in an office of picture windows overlooking the East River fitted with beige furniture on the upper floors of UN headquarters in Manhattan.

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What Libya’s “slave auctions” tell us about the humanitarian system

12/06/2017. There has rightly been a surge in concern for the thousands of Africans languishing in inhumane conditions in detention camps.

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UN appeals for record $22.5 billion in aid

12/01/2017. 136 million people face urgent needs because of protracted conflicts, natural disasters, epidemics and displacement.

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The futur of aid : INGOs in 2030

10/01/2017. It is both a challenge for traditional actors and an opportunity for humanitarian leaders to create a more inclusive and effective humanitarian ecosystem.

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Giving Away Billions as Fast as They Can

10/20/2017. Many new philanthropists appear less interested in naming a business school after themselves than in changing the world.

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A framework to underpin action to prevent violence against women

Violence against women is one of the most pervasive human rights violations in the world, rooted in gender inequality, discrimination and harmful cultural and social norms

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