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Extreme weather hit 60 million people in 2018, no part of the world spared

01/24/2019. The study showed that earthquakes and tsunamis claimed more lives than any other type of hazard.

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UN Secretary-General’s 2019 New Year’s Message

12/29/2018. Video message by United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres for 2019 New Year.

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8 things we must do to tackle humanitarian crises in 2019

01/31/2019. Today, a colossal 120 million people globally need aid just to survive as a result of violence and conflict.

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Nigeria: Malteser International opens 2d centre

01/25/2019. The expansion is a response to the worsening security situation in the region.

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Global Report on Trafficking in Persons

December 2018. The 2018 UNODC Global Report on Trafficking in Persons is the fourth of its kind mandated by the General Assembly through the 2010 United Nations Global Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons.

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Report : Humanitarian action : as local as possible, as international as necessary

November 2018. Understanding capacity and complementarity in humanitarian action

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Most ‘precious’ resource of our time is dialogue

António Guterres, speaking in Doha, underscored the importance of international cooperation in the “enormous challenges” of our time.

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Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem: 4,700 babies born in 2018

12/21/2018. This is the only facility in the region capable of treating infants born before the 32nd week of gestation, thanks to its neonatal intensive care unit and its highly specialised staff.

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Order of Malta in Hungary scaling up its assistance work to help Syrian population

12/27/2018. After nearly 8 years of war in Syria, the Order of Malta is still present in the region helping the local population with medical and humanitarian activities.

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Ten humanitarian crises and trends to watch in 2019

These 10 crises and trends will help shape our coverage in 2019. Here’s why they have our attention and should demand yours.

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