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has created the largest humanitarian crisis in the world. 22.2 million people including 11.3 million children – face a life-threatening triple threat from bombs, hunger and disease.
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ICRC Sep 17
We save lives. We are .
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SwedenUN 🇸🇪 11h
Humanitarian workers in now more at risk than anywhere else in the world. Crucial that all parties allow safe & unhindered access. Attacks on humanitarian workers & facilities unacceptable.
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Harriett Baldwin 11h
Important meeting today on South Sudan. Physical & bureaucratic issues prevent humanitarian assistance from reaching those most in need. Aid workers are killed & regularly face violence and intimidation. They are & perpetrators will be held to account.
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Dominik Stillhart Sep 17
Shocking news from . Saifura Husseini a young midwife and mother of two, working for the was brutally executed last night by her kidnappers in a despicable act against humanity. I’m shaking with fury, and I’m heartbroken for Saifura and her family.
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Becks Buckingham 10h
At UNGA today calls on ALL parties to silence the guns and guarantee full humanitarian access in . Violence towards aid workers as well as physical and bureaucratic impediments prevent vital assistance from reaching those in need.
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Save the Children 2h
No shortage of issues facing global leaders at this week's UN General Assembly .. With 22 million in need of humanitarian aid, 10 million facing starvation by the end of the year. Yemen is the world's worst humanitarian crisis
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Chris Trott 12h
Pleased to accompany at an event to raise the profile of the humanitarian crisis in . We must not forget the victims of the conflict and those who work to support them.
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Gyan singh rajpurohit Sep 19
But it is not fair to treat general category people as granted.....
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Yves Daccord Sep 17
Today I have heard from many fellow & friends who share our outrage at the death of Saifura, our colleague. We need our other colleagues to be released. Now.
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DFID Sep 15
UK aid is supplying medical help to people in Idlib, Syria, through , and Syrian partners. Civilians and aid workers are and MUST be protected.
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Bukola Saraki Sep 18
Replying to @bukolasaraki
Such horrific actions must have no place in Nigeria. I join all Nigerians and the international community in condemning this killing in the strongest possible terms. Humanitarian workers who save lives are .
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Patrick Youssef 15h
Arrived to with to pay respect to Saifura’s family & stand with our mourning colleagues during these difficult times.
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Toyin Saraki Sep 18
The murder of midwife Saifura Hussaini Ahmed Khorsa, who bravely left her home to help those in need, is a tragedy for Nigeria and for the global community of midwives
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Toyin Saraki Sep 18
I now call for all efforts to be made to secure the immediate release & rescue of Hauwa Mohammed Liman and Alice Loksha. Healthworkers should never be a target
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Francesco Rocca 13h
Civilians and aid workers are . Here at and in every context we call all the parties to respect international humanitarian law and protect civilians
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Henrietta H. Fore Sep 18
Shocking news. Saifura was a dedicated wife, daughter and mother. I condemn her killing in the strongest possible terms and call for the immediate release of the two health workers still detained.
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ICRC Africa Sep 18
Attacks on health workers should not be accepted in any circumstance. Health workers, hospitals, and ambulances are .
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New Zealand Red Cross Sep 17
Replying to @NZRedCross
Saifura and her colleagues Hauwa Mohammed Liman and Alice Loksha were were providing essential antenatal care to communities in Rann, Nigeria when they were abducted in March this year. We appeal to their captors for the safe release of Hauwa and Alice, They are
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OCHA Afghanistan 14h
FACE WORLD LEADERS WITH A SELFIE. Demand that world leaders take action to protect civilians in conflict. All you need to do is sign the Living Petition with a selfie.
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