humanitarian aid

 
The world ignores Yemen’s humanitarian crisis
The world ignores Yemen’s humanitarian crisis
Yemen, the poorest country in of Middle East, has long been the most neglected and could not stand in starker contrast to its rich, glitzy...
As climate changes, so must aid
As climate changes, so must aid
Southern Africa is highly vulnerable to natural disasters, whether it be drought or flooding. Many countries are in fact suffering from consecutive...
We need to act urgently about the health disaster in Nigeria’s Borno state
We need to act urgently about the health disaster in Nigeria’s Borno state
The health situation in Borno State in northeast Nigeria is critical. At least 500 000 people who are either displaced or cut off in enclaves...
[Video]ADVERTORIAL: We need to act on the health disaster in Nigeria’s Borno State
[Video]ADVERTORIAL: We need to act on the health disaster in Nigeria’s Borno State
The extent of the crisis is only now becoming apparent. Hundreds of thousands have been cut off from assistance, some for as long as two years.
Humanitarian aid system in need of substantial reform
Humanitarian aid system in need of substantial reform
The world’s overstretched humanitarian system needs substantial reform, new sources of funding and greater efficiency to safeguard a global...
NGOs speak: Their most pressing humanitarian priorities for 2016
NGOs speak: Their most pressing humanitarian priorities for 2016
There's one prediction for 2016 that most aid workers can make with confidence – that the new year will usher in rising humanitarian needs.
South Sudan 'at tipping point'
South Sudan 'at tipping point'
South Sudan has been hijacked, looted and betrayed by irresponsible and venal leaders and must be placed under international management if the total...
EU to provide $39-million in humanitarian aid to Syria
EU to provide $39-million in humanitarian aid to Syria
This is according to the European Union (EU) executive on Monday.
Humanitarian disaster looms in drought-stricken Sahel
Humanitarian disaster looms in drought-stricken Sahel
Save the Children, which has increased its emergency operations in the Sahel, this week said it faces a funding shortfall of almost $40-million....
UN warns Somalia killings threaten food aid
UN warns Somalia killings threaten food aid
The United Nations will be forced to end food distribution in Somalia unless armed groups there stop attacking UN staff, the World Food Programme...
Israel-Gaza border clash flares up again
Israel-Gaza border clash flares up again
Israel again sealed off the Gaza Strip on Tuesday in response to rocket fire, one day after humanitarian supplies were allowed in for the second...

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