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Ben Parker
Reporting on humanitarian issues, watching the aid business. Have a tipoff? Use open DM / ben@thenewhumanitarian.org/ WhatsApp: + 447808791267
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Ben Parker 11h
This comes after Congress passed a law that “inadvertently” made aid to Palestine a legal sink hole:
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Daniel Estrin 20h
Under orders from the Trump administration, is preparing to lay off most of its aid workers in its West Bank & Gaza mission, according to U.S. government communications reviewed by . 1/
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Ben Parker 12h
Hidden stocks of the bad Super Cereal allegedly poison more people in new episode: One dead, 9 admitted after eating UN WFP porridge in northern Uganda via cc:
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Ben Parker 16h
Replying to @isiAfrica @UN and 4 others
Press release today: The will grant $150 million to the Ugandan government for refugee support.
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The Onion Apr 17
Pete Buttigieg Stuns Campaign Crowd By Speaking To Manufacturing Robots In Fluent Binary
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Charlotte Bailey Apr 17
This goes some way to explaining why so many of the agencies I spoke to are so worried (graphic by )
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Charlotte Bailey Apr 17
My latest for the New Humanitarian: What Brexit means for UK NGOs and foreign aid: ()
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Ben Parker Apr 17
Britain pays 17-20% of the budget. UK NGOs receive what percent of NGO grants made by ?
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Ben Parker Apr 17
Coming soon on : on UK NGOs, , and
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Denis Dumo Apr 17
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North, a rebel group in the states of Blue Nile and South Kordofan, said on Wednesday it was ceasing all hostilities until July 31 as a “goodwill gesture” after the overthrow of president Omar al-Bashir.
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Ben Parker Apr 17
Replying to @BenParker140
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Ben Parker Apr 17
Update: “MSF has returned to Gedeo only three months after closing one of its largest emergency interventions of 2018”
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Nathaniel Raymond Apr 17
It’s not an either/or proposition. Developing mHealth interventions can’t and shouldn’t be done without data protection.
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The New Humanitarian (formerly IRIN News) Apr 17
Humanitarian work in Sudan is tightly controlled by the national intelligence services, NISS, whose Darfur offices were attacked early in the protests. Will visa restrictions, travel permits, bureaucracy be lifted any time soon?
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Eissa Muhamad Apr 17
I m very very feel sad t today .because someone stolen my bag in mosque here airport of Ethiopia. I have my everything inside my bag .i lost my day .i dont know what i need to do now in my life
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Yousra Elbagir Apr 17
Sudan's new defacto head Abdelfatah Burhan praises the "special relationship" between Sudan and Saudi Arabia & the UAE yesterday, as a joint delegation arrives in Khartoum and meets with him at the military compound - where people are still sitting in, in protest.
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Matthew Hollingworth Apr 17
The bread price rise was the final straw for much of the urban-based population in . Great article from The New Humanitarian on the past/present/future of Sudan
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