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    Sudan aid obstacles impact lifesaving relief effort

    In an alert, WFP expressed deep concern about “the escalation of fighting” in Sudan’s Sennar State. More than 136,000 people have already fled their...

    New support needed amid preparations for Ukraine’s third wartime winter

    “Kharkiv holds a special place in our efforts to support the people of Ukraine. I have seen firsthand the impact of the continued attacks...

    Sudan: 800,000 still trapped in El Fasher where supplies running out, warns WHO

    In an alert, Dr Shible Sahbani, WHO Representative to Sudan, said that heavy fighting between Sudan’s rival militaries had made access to El Fasher...

    Gaza: WHO and partners provide lifesaving treatment following deadly Israeli strikes in Al Mawasi

    Israeli officials said the attack had been a “precision” strike targeting top Hamas military commander Mohammed Deif and his deputy Rafa Salama.The strike took...

    Top aid officials call for greater solidarity and support for Haiti

    Although the crisis has sparked immense needs, a nearly $680 million humanitarian plan launched in February is less than a quarter funded.“It is very clear for many people of Haiti that they are...

    Gazans reeling from closed hospitals, malnutrition and heat risks, warns UN health agency

    Briefing journalists in Geneva, UN World Health Organization (WHO) spokesperson Tarik Jasarevic said that according to the enclave’s health authorities, 34 people have died...

    Gaza ‘split in two’ as civilians, humanitarians reset lives, aid efforts

    Speaking via video link from Jerusalem, Andrea De Domenico, head of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in the occupied...

    UN urges international solidarity as Hurricane Beryl devastates Caribbean islands

    A Category 5 storm, Hurricane Beryl has claimed at least six lives as it barrels through the Caribbean Sea. Initial reports indicate severe damage...

    Tens of thousands displaced in fresh violence in DR Congo

    The situation is particularly concerning in the restive province of North Kivu, home to 2.8 million displaced people.In the last one week, more than...

    World News in Brief: UN responds to Bangladesh floods, sports and human rights, polio...

    About 1.4 million people are estimated to have been left in dire straits, as heavy rains lashed Sylhet and Sunamganj districts, as well as...

    ‘Trust and respect’ feeds interfaith rice growing success in the Philippines

    The cooperative Liton, Kibales, Magatos Irrigators Association (LKM-IA) has been supported by the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) with funding from the Korea...

    Haiti: Longing to live again, amid trauma of displacement

    Displacements in this Caribbean country have reached record levels, with nearly 600,000 people forced to leave their homes this year - double the number...

    World News in Brief: Burkina Faso, refugees and climate change, Afghan women deserve seat...

    More than six million people across the country – about a third of the population – need humanitarian support and protection, UN Spokesperson Stephané...

    UN rights chief calls time on ‘economic violence’ against women and girls

    During his opening statement to the all-day panel dedicated to women and human rights, Mr. Türk said there had been “extraordinary progress” thanks to...

    World News in Brief: Trafficking victims need more support, deadly risks of inactivity, executions...

    In her report to the Human Rights Council in Geneva, Special Rapporteur Siobhán Mullally said that the 2018 Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular...

    Famine risk is real for 14 areas of Sudan amid ongoing fighting

    According to the latest UN-backed Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) initiative, over half the population in Sudan - 25.6 million people - face...

    World News in Brief: ICC convicts Malian extremist of war crimes, Sudan crisis update,...

    Al Hassan Ag Abdoul Aziz Ag Mohamed Ag Mohamed was also found guilty of crimes against humanity. The charges included flogging, sexual slavery and...

    Humanitarians are beacon of hope amidst global turmoil: Guterres

    Addressing the 2024 Humanitarian Segment of the Economic and Social Council via video, António Guterres drew attention to the blatant disregard of the Geneva...

    We’ll never abandon Gaza, pledges top UN aid official

    UN aid teams and partner organizations remain deeply committed to delivering lifesaving supplies to Gazans in need, despite the increasing dangers of working there,...

    Haiti faces record displacement amid escalating gang violence

    “Violence, particularly in the capital Port-au-Prince, has reached alarming levels, with armed groups controlling large areas and complicating humanitarian access,” the experts, including the...

    Gaza today: Scorching heat, visible signs of wasting and heavy fighting

    In an alert, the UN World Food Programme (WFP) reiterated deep concerns that people uprooted by ongoing hostilities in southern Gaza remain traumatized and...

    Honour the strength and courage of refugees, urges UN chief

    That’s a record number on the move – “fuelling profound human suffering”, António Guterres added, while at the same time honouring their strength and...

    Independent rights probe highlights Israeli ‘destruction and dislocation’ tactics in Gaza

    “People from the north of Gaza move south and suddenly they get attacked in the south. We read all those contrary instructions as pointing...

    Parent, technician, farmer, merchant: What more can a teacher be?

    On World Refugee Day, marked annually on 20 June, meet some of the multi-talented teachers and principals of migrant learning centres in Thailand along the border...