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The Alliance Aug 19
To celebrate , nominate a frontline Child Protection worker you want to honor today (as a reply), especially those working with national and local organisations. Please include a short note explaining why you are nominating this person.
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UNFPA Rwanda Aug 18
19 August marks the World Humanitarian Day. Today we commemorate humanitarian workers and we honour all aid workers who provide life-saving support& protection to the women, men & children most in need, despite the odds, especially in this period of the COVID19 pandemic.
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Inia Seruiratu Aug 18
Though we can certainly try, we can never fittingly extol these women and men through a single day of recognition; these real-life heroes deserve our gratitude every single day. But if we’re serious about honouring their sacrifices, simple “thank you-s” will not suffice.
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Save the Children in Somalia Aug 19
This , we celebrate Hawa*, a hygiene promoter from Galkayo, . Hawa* carries out awareness raising sessions, showing people effective ways to prevent the spread of Read her full story here>>>
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Western New York BloodCare Apr 17
Today, April 17th, is World Hemophilia Day! WNY BloodCare lit up Niagara Falls in celebration! Learn more at
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Hep B Foundation Jul 27
A message from Moms around the globe... Let's give our children the gift of a free future!
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Zoë Greenwald Jul 28
Happy 🌏! Filmed a short 🎥 clip for the by for ! Check out the open letter and the in links below!
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James Gilling Aug 13
World Humanitarian Day is on 19 August. Before your calendar fills up, be sure to register and join & as they discuss conflict and instability during a pandemic.
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Dr Stephanie Williams Aug 18
Today is World Humanitarian Day. Australia celebrates - ordinary people on the ground working hard to help build a better world, including the health workforce facing the COVID-19 pandemic.
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BCCDC Jul 27
Don't let COVID-19 interrupt your vaccine schedule! It’s safe to see your health care provider to get vaccinations. To find information about vaccine schedules, go to:
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CARE in Yemen Aug 19
" placed a heavy burden and imposed new challenges for humanitarian work. One such challenge is how to keep operating and deliver life-saving aids to thousands of vulnerable families.” - Mohammed, FSL officer
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John Feakes Aug 17
In marking , I was honoured to host in Fiji who help others in difficult and stressful circumstances. All Fijians should be proud of your dedication to others. Australia is proud to support your work.
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ActionAid Ghana Aug 21
to our Humanitarian Response in the Upper East Region last year. As we celebrate this week, we want to take a min to appreciate the support of our donors, staff, and volunteers. Thank you for making it possible for us to help people in vulnerable communities.
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WHO Nigeria Jul 28
On this , we urge all to ensure a , in Nigeria an estimated 19 million people are living with and/or virus.
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IPS Jul 28
Today is World Day and is calling on people from across the world to take action and raise awareness to find the “missing millions” and to raise awareness of viral hepatitis
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Tyler Radford Aug 19
Thank you staff and members especially those living and working far from home and in difficult and conflict affected locations
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Human Services & Social Development Kaduna Aug 19
19/08/20 - Hon. Commissioner 's message this is one of appreciation of humanitarian workers and empathy to the victims and survivors of humanitarian crisis.
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Kjetil Østnor (KJ) Aug 19
On this I am thinking of friends and colleagues in and the people in the old city of ’a who was recently hit by flooding on top of and the Sharing some pictures from my visit in 2017.
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Samia Mahmet Aug 19
On this occasion of do what you can. If you can’t feed a hundred people then just feed one but start. I chose this job to help people who are vulnerable and in distress, and I feel good about this job. .
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BCCDC Jul 28
Today is and has a new, one-step test that makes it quicker and easier to learn your status. Speak to your health care provider about the tests you should have and learn about the new test:
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