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Naser Haghamed
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Friends of Europe 5h
With 65 million needing assistance today, there is a lot to do. -based have a role to play and of has an idea how. Read his suggestions in our new “Real people, true stories”:
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Islamic Relief UK Nov 17
Over three years of war has torn apart. Tens of thousands of civilians have been killed or injured and millions more displaced. Donate now & help save lives:
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Ross Bailey Nov 17
Much needed. Needs to be comprehensive and truly drive accountability on all sides. Our operations rely on access that is shrinking by the day.
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António Guterres Nov 16
The conflict in Yemen is pushing millions to the brink of famine. We must act now to end this terrible suffering and avoid the world’s worst humanitarian crisis from getting even worse. Yemenis cannot wait.
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International Rescue Committee - Europe Nov 17
'I think many of us felt it was unthinkable in the 21st century that we could see a famine like we saw in Ethiopia... The reality is that in Yemen, that is precisely what we are looking at.' - Lisa Grande, UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Yemen.
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Mark Lowcock Nov 16
Reiterating the 5 ways to prevent famine in . My full remarks to the Security Council today:
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United Nations Nov 15
Inclusion and respect towards all people are essential for a more peaceful 🌍. Friday is :
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CAFOD News & Policy Nov 13
In a joint letter to Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, alongside 8 other aid agencies have called for the UK government to use its influence bring to an end the long-running conflict in Yemen Read the full letter here:
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David Miliband Nov 12
Good that is in Riyadh today but big responsibility to show western calls for ceasefire are serious & determined. Can’t afford slow walk at UN. Peace in Yemen requires active, restless, diplomacy & firm bottom line. Millions of Yemenis need action NOW.
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NRC Nov 13
We call on the , as pen holder on Yemen at the United Nations, to take the lead and table a new UN Security Council Resolution as soon as possible to push warring parties towards a peaceful solution:
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International Rescue Committee - Europe Nov 13
Joint letter calling on the UK to table a new UN Security Council Resolution to push warring parties in Yemen towards a peaceful solution to the conflict, starting with a comprehensive ceasefire across the whole country & access to humanitarian aid.
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Mark Lowcock Nov 13
I echo ’s statement today on : parties must show restraint.
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David Beasley Nov 12
Hunger is devastating . I am here this week to see the situation on the ground, and to once again add my voice to the outcry: this violence must stop. We cannot allow this suffering to continue.
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ReliefWeb Nov 13
Children are dying of starvation in yet the difficulty of collecting data means that an official famine may still not be declared.
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Naser Haghamed Nov 13
" This Jude will continue to fight against Islamophobia and is determined that this is not another lost cause. It can’t be."
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Islamic Relief UK Nov 13
: Joint letter calling on the UK to table a new UN Security Council Resolution to push warring parties towards a peaceful solution to the conflict, starting with a comprehensive ceasefire across the whole country & access to humanitarian aid
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James Corden Nov 10
This commercial was banned from TV for being too political. I think everyone should see it x
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ICRC Nov 11
They are leaders. They are mothers. They are healers. They are students. They are doctors. They are humanitarians. They are daughters. They are justice seekers. They are wives. They are breadwinners. They are survivors. They are fighters.
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Islamic Relief UK Nov 11
'The UN says Yemen is on the brink of famine, & I’ve seen what that looks like first-hand. As people grow increasingly desperate, my job has become harder, but it also feels more urgent.' Read more from an IR aid worker in
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Zia Salik Nov 10
Subhanallah what an amazing campaign it's been! saw more people come together, more activities and more auctions breaking more records! Over £100,000 as riased in the last 24 hours till deadline at midnight last night! See you at the annual dinners!
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