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Hananya Naftali Aug 21
Israel is a small country, but always one of the first to help others in times of disaster. 🌍🇮🇱
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PAYAL ROHATGI & Team- Bhagwan Ram Bhakts Aug 19
Yes named Jammu & Ladakh are happy but the Terrorists in disguise of Radicalised Kashmiri Muslims and their partners like U are sad as they wanted to throw the other 2 children out of the family home 🙏
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WFP Middle East Aug 21
Hossam Metwally is a TEC Operations Associate in the Regional Bureau in Cairo. Watch him talk about his work as a humanitarian and other topics in this video 👇
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Atom Araullo Aug 20
On , I’d like to reshare something I wrote after a visit to the Azraq Refugee Camp in Jordan with last year. A big salute to all humanitarian workers who are changing the world for the better.
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Plan International Aug 20
24 hours. 24 compelling stories. 24 women changing the world.
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Irum Azeem Farooque Aug 30
is celebrated on the streets of civilised Nations but when it comes to taking action against atrocities happening in the World ,Those Nations turn their face and ignore it ..
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Sleeping Giants Aug 21
Replying to @Xandr76 @ATT
How can you celebrate when you have reinstated Breitbart to your ad network with articles like these?
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Yiftah Curiel Aug 19
“My enemy became my biggest supporter”; our latest episode of focuses on ’s humanitarian work: 🔹300,000 trainees 🔹from 140 countries 🌍 🔹Changing perspectives 🔹Building bridges 🔹Transforming lives
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Sanchez Aug 28
Over, NOT under. That is all.
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TeachingEnglish Aug 23
This lesson plan for older primary students aged 9-11 looks at the theme of kindness and involves creating a 'kindness calendar'
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Eleanor Davey Aug 22
These fighting words very much needed as this year’s wafts by again
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Newsonepk Aug 19
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One UN Rwanda Aug 21
Addressing the consequences of conflict affecting the most left behind is central to the work of UN Rwanda & . Read how the -funded Women Opportunity Center is transforming the lives of women in the Kigeme Refugee Camp.
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International Rescue Committee - Europe Aug 20
‘They have to put their money where their mouth is and make sure the resources are available to help these women.’ On , the IRC’s with on our call for world leaders to step up for women & girls caught in crisis.
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Abby Stoddard Aug 21
This year for , in addition to our releasing the latest stats from , I wrote this piece on the experiences of survivors.
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'Nedu Aug 23
I visited Cross River to speak to Cameroonians who escaped the crisis in their country to seek asylum in Nigeria. Here’s what I found:
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PreventionWeb Aug 20
Yesterday on , published a working paper arguing for to “reimagine” its engagement with the private sector in addressing the humanitarian consequences of . Read more ⬇️
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UN Women Africa Aug 20
“Now I weave baskets that I am proud of.” In celebration of Humanitarian Action this week, read how in is empowering women refugees in the to economically thrive & take charge of their livelihoods.
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Saudi Embassy UK Aug 22
19 August was ; discover the reach of ’s aid and relief contributions to the world, which total over $37 billion.
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International Rescue Committee - Europe Aug 20
On we stood in solidarity with our aid worker colleagues worldwide at Westminster Abbey. While humanitarian work is more vital than ever, attacks on aid workers have horrifically doubled in the past year. Retweet to show you, too, stand with aid workers.
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