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David Horobin: “In today’s world a major crisis cannot be handled by one individual.”

10/05/2017. Recently appointed head of the GCSP Crisis Management Cluster, David Horobin has a lifetime of experience on the frontlines of complex emergencies.

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INTERVIEW: Global humanitarian needs have never been higher, says UN official

10/02/2017. The number of those needing humanitarian assistance is at its highest since the end of the Second World War – some 145 million people.

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Brief : The Rohingya Refugee Crisis

10/23/2017. Rohingya crisis: Donors pledge $344 million at UN-backed conference to support aid efforts.

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'Change or die': aid charities told to stop competing for funds or face extinction

07/28/2017. Researchers warn major aid organisations will be sidelined by 2030 unless they change tack.

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Fighting violent extremism – humanitarians beware

08/03/2017. Communities in some of the most dangerous corners of the world will be left without lifesaving aid because of countering violent extremism agendas. Millions of people living in countries facing famine may be hardest hit.

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The crisis of multilateralism and the future of humanitarian action

11/30/2016. Long before the November 2016 US elections, there were clear signals that multilateralism was in crisis. In fact, Donald Trump’s election is just the continuation of a downward spiral that has been under way for some time.

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Hurricane Harvey floods Texas

09/29/2017. Malteser International Americas and the U.S. Associations of the Order of Malta deliver help for the people affected by the disaster.

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One million South Sudanese refugees in Uganda

08/09/2017. The civil war in South Sudan has taken its toll on neighboring country Uganda. The number of South Sudanese refugees in Uganda has now reached the million mark.

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Presence and Proximity, To Stay and Deliver, Five years On

06/22/2017. How have humanitarian organizations changed the ways they manage security risks ?

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Regaining a sense of the humanitarian imperative

March 2017. So many dead? So many displaced persons, so many refugees? So many futile debates? So many munitions dropped on inhabited areas in the name of a struggle against “terrorists”.

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