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How change happens in the humanitarian sector

10/04/2018. Two years after the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, at which the humanitarian sector committed to substantial changes, the Alliance’s flagship report sheds light on what has happened, what not and why.

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Order of Malta and Red Cross united by a “red thread”: helping those who suffer

09/22/2018. “We are united by a ‘red thread’: we work toward the same ends, based on the principle of neutrality and prompted by the attempt to help people who suffer, without any discrimination,” said the Grand Master when greeting the…

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Indonesia earthquake and tsunami: Malteser International supports reconstruction of health facilities

10/05/2018. Malteser International has made emergency funds available to deliver essential relief materials to the surrounding communities.

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Malteser International gains Special Consultative status

06/07/2018. “This is a landmark achievement for us and our work for the most vulnerable people of this world”

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Peacekeepers Shouldn’t Always Be Peaceful

04/19/2018. The United Nations needs to accept that it's possible to fight and broker peace agreements at the same time.

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‘Triple crisis’ afflicting Venezuelan refugees

04/20/2018. There are at least 8,000 Venezuelans a day pouring across the border into Colombia.

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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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