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UN OCHA Asia Pacific Jan 9
Replying to @OCHAAsiaPac
2️⃣0️⃣1️⃣8️⃣ Year in Review Earthquakes - Cyclones - Volcanoes - Tsunamis The Asia-Pacific region experienced a number of sudden-onset disasters in addition to the ongoing responses. ➡️
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CERF Jan 10
Thank you 🇬🇧for being the largest donor to in 2018! Together, we provided time-critical life-saving assistance to millions of people in 47 countries! Read more 👉🏽
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Mark Lowcock Jan 10
Every child should be able to learn in a . We must all rally behind 's Framework for Action to deliver safe learning environments for every child.
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Mark Lowcock Jan 9
Millions of people in continue to need assistance and protection. We need to see more and faster progress on all issues. My full remarks to the Security Council today:
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CERF Jan 8
🇩🇪Thank you for being a champion of 🇩🇪 Thanks to donors like (EUR95M), we received record donations (US$555.2M) in 2018 AND allocated a record US$500.5M to address needs in 47 countries!!! 💙
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Ursula Mueller Jan 7
On 1st Monday of 2019, I'm using this quote to start out the week & rest of the year: "Be humble, be teachable & always keep learning"
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Najat Rochdi Jan 6
. I am shocked & deeply saddened by the murder of a humanitarian staff in Batangafo . I strongly condemn this act against humanitarian which shows again the lack of respect for humanitarians and their vital work in
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OCHA Southern & Eastern Africa Jan 3
Just launched: Somalia Humanitarian Needs Overview 🧕🏿🧔🏿4.2 million people in need of humanitarian assistance and protection 👦🏿👦🏿2.5 million are children 🏃🏿‍♂️🏃🏿‍♀️2.6 million people are internally displaced 💰💰1.08 billion needed for life-saving activities ➡
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Mark Lowcock Jan 2
Here are 3 ways to fix the way we fund humanitarian relief
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Mark Lowcock Dec 31
Despite enormous challenges, 2018 was a record year for helping people in crises in all corners of the world and raising funds to meet their needs. See the year in review
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OCHA Syria Dec 31
Thanks to our generous donors, this year $2.1 billion was raised allowing us to respond to over 5 million people in per month with humanitarian assistance—delivered from within Syria and from across the border
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Mark Lowcock Dec 28
remains the world's worst humanitarian disaster of our time. We project that next year 24 million Yemenis will need humanitarian aid. I spoke to about the challenges of rebuilding Yemeni society.
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UN Humanitarian Dec 26
🌏7 countries affected ❌225,000 people killed 🏚️5 million people displaced 14 years ago today, the 2004 left a trail of destruction. Our first responders were and on the scene within hours. Here's how they remember it:
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UN Spokesperson Dec 23
. is deeply saddened by the loss of life, injuries and damage caused by the tsunami that struck the coast of the Indonesian island of Sumatra yesterday. The is ready to support ongoing Government-led rescue & relief efforts. Read more:
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UN Humanitarian Dec 19
NOW: and ’s & Asako Okai brief about their recent trip to . 📺 ➡️➡️
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Mark Lowcock Dec 19
Great to see the progress being made by our Centre for . Read the top 10 highlights from their first year of operations:
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António Vitorino Dec 18
On International , we reaffirm that treating all migrants with dignity is the fundamental requirement we face before anything else we attempt on migration, because our future depends on it.
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Mark Lowcock Dec 18
Thanks to , , and for their continued partnership with the Centre for , improving the sharing of education data in emergencies:
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Filippo Grandi Dec 17
The General Assembly has just agreed to a historic . It is the biggest effort to broadly share refugee responsibilities that I have witnessed in 34 years of work with refugees.
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United Nations Dec 17
Monday's endorsement of the Global will mean a stronger, fairer global response for millions of people on the move & the communities that host them.
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