United Nations OCHA
United Nations OCHA
yesterday at 18:22. Facebook
In Syria, glimmers of humanity are overshadowed by the sheer number and ferocity of attacks on civilians.
In Syria glimmers of humanity are overshadowed by the sheer number and

"Yet another horrendous attack on the exhausted, oppressed people of Syria" - UN Humanitarian Chief

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Anirudra Nepal
United Nations OCHA
United Nations OCHA
04/26/2017 at 18:58. Facebook
If you want communities to recover from floods, droughts or conflicts, engaging and listening to the people in need is not optional, it's imperative.
Raja Manickam
Tanja Jung-Sendzik
Lana Garrels
United Nations OCHA
United Nations OCHA
04/25/2017 at 15:31. Facebook
Some great new to share!

Today in Geneva, the international community pledged $1.1 billion in aid for Yemen. It will make a world of difference.

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Some great new to share Today in Geneva the international community pledged
Paul Beckett
Angus Lamond
José Alferado Revoredo Torres
United Nations OCHA
United Nations OCHA
04/25/2017 at 05:40. Facebook
Here are 9 facts you need to know about the world's largest humanitarian crisis: Yemen.
Here are 9 facts you need to know about the world's largest humanitarian crisis: Yemen

9 facts you need to know about the humanitarian crisis in Yemen

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Juliet Ringol Good
United Nations OCHA
United Nations OCHA
04/24/2017 at 08:55. Facebook
Yemen is the largest humanitarian crisis in the world. We must act now to prevent a catastrophe. #Aid4Yemen
Yemen is the largest humanitarian crisis in the world We must act

Yemen: We must act now to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe | OCHA

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Dion Trevarthen
Rachelle Élien
United Nations OCHA
United Nations OCHA
04/23/2017 at 16:27. Facebook
One in every two children in Yemen is stunted.

This Tuesday, Sweden, Switzerland and the UN are organizing a high-level pledging event to rally international support for the humanitarian response.

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One in every two children in Yemen is stunted
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Rajesh Jhaveri
United Nations OCHA
United Nations OCHA
04/21/2017 at 22:06. Facebook
Ibtissam, a 15-year-old orphan lives in an IDP settlement with her 7 siblings in Yemen. They are among the more than 3 million people who have fled their homes in search of safety since the escalation of the conflict in 2015.
This Tuesday, Sweden, Switzerland and the UN are organizing a high-level pledging event to rally international support for the humanitarian response.
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Ibtissam a 15yearold orphan lives in an IDP settlement with her 7
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More than 20 million people in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, and Yemen are experiencing or are at risk of famine over the next 6 months. Click the link for more info, and please help us share:

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Aabi Abbasi
“Whatever the drought has spared, the hyenas demand.”
Every night Abdullahi braves the cold to protect his goats from hyenas. Humanitarians are working around the clock to prevent famine in Somalia: [ Medium.com Link ]

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“Whatever the drought has spared the hyenas demand”
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 Win  Koko  Zin
In the last 6 months, nearly half a million people have been displaced from their homes in Mosul, Iraq. Here is how the humanitarian community is helping: [ Ow.ly Link ]

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In the last 6 months nearly half a million people have been
What was your dream as a child?

Children affected by Boko Haram violence draw their dreams with chalk. Look through the images to learn about their drawings in their own words. #ENDviolence
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Only through learning can we improve how we respond.
Here is why evaluating a humanitarian response is so important:
Ximango Surubiu
Kamya Collins
Shatho Joy Robinson
From drones and robots to Wi-Fi for refugees, here are 8 ways tech will reshape the future of humanitarian response:
From drones and robots to WiFi for refugees here are 8 ways

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David Roi Biss
Anaa Pérez
1.1 million people have been affected by deadly floods and mudslides in Peru. Today, the United Nations is launching an appeal for $38.3 million to help.
Mahmood Tareen
Lemuel King
Rianna Poppeliers
Some great news to share today!
The world united in humanity for Syria. Forty-one donors pledged $6 billion to save lives and alleviate suffering. Thank you! [ Ow.ly Link ]
Eliseo Arauz
Clarissa Bartolini-Toro
Shiva Ram Dhakal
This week, the United Nations and the EU, together with Germany, Kuwait, Norway, Qatar and the UK will co-chair a major conference on Syria and the impact of the crisis on the region in Brussels.
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For key facts about the impact of the crisis, watch this:
Hane Fadel
Melissa Manchester
Sung Jin Omnidome Suh
From drones and robots to Wi-Fi for refugees, here are 8 ways that tech will reshape the future of humanitarian response:
From drones and robots to WiFi for refugees here are 8 ways

The future of technology in crisis response

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Faaruuq Yare Haaji Hussein
Somalia needs our help now. Famine CAN be prevented, before it's too late: bit.ly/famineinsomalia
Giulio Ricci
Arsalan Alam
More than 20 million people in Nigeria, South Sudan, Somalia, and Yemen, are experiencing famine or are at risk. We can prevent it and save lives:

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More than 20 million people in Nigeria South Sudan Somalia and Yemen
Abderrahim Bouguerra
Hasibullah Nasery
Clopha Deshotel