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Funding gap forces World Food Programme to cut food rations in South Sudan
Statement by ICC Prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, at conclusion of her visit to Mali
Global Recovery: EU Disburses SDR141 Million to IMF’s Catastrophe Containment and Relief Trust
Boko Haram Attacks Escalate in Far North: Cameroon
Rights experts concerned over ‘Russian advisers’ and close contacts with UN peacekeepers
UNAIDS joins human rights community in mourning Christof Heyns, legal academic and expert
Financial Relief, Safe Reopening of Borders, and Planning for Safe Restart of Operations – Main Priorities for Aviation
UN experts sound alarm over Russian mercenaries violent attacks
Apple’s Independent Repair Provider program expands globally
Progress made, but work’s ‘far from done’
Office of Prosecutor publishes Draft Policy on Situation Completion for consultation
Acute hunger set to soar in over 20 countries, warn FAO and WFP
Call for urgent and at-scale action to avert rising hunger and risk of famine
Human Rights Council Holds Interactive Dialogue on Human Rights
UN Human Rights Council 46 Interactive Dialogue on human rights situation in Central African Republic
Global Partnership members commemorate Zero Discrimination Day around world
Central African Republic: child malnutrition rates soar as violence rages
Accelerating and expanding HIV services in Central African Republic
FAO and Ireland celebrate collaboration and renew commitment to partnership
Japan provides US$110 million for food assistance to most vulnerable people in 37 countries
Rotavirus vaccines made available for use in humanitarian crises
FAO Food Price Index rises for ninth consecutive month in February
Central African Republic marks Zero Discrimination Day
FAO’s Investment Centre doubles down on efforts to create more robust and sustainable agri-food systems
UK to strengthen its ethical approach to international recruitment of health and care workers
Central African Republic ‘very volatile’, despite important progress – UN peacekeeping chief
Life after conflict in Central African Republic
Japan supports WFP food assistance in conflict-hit Central African Republic
Pfizer and IDA Foundation Partner to Expand Access to Essential Cancer Treatments
‘Meaningful and inclusive’ dialogue essential to end upsurge in clashes across Central African Republic
200,000 displaced in less than two months
Central African Republic: producing HIV estimates in context of crisis
Rights expert welcomes transfer of war crimes suspect to ICC
Guterres calls for ‘renewed approach to multilateralism’, through new peacebuilding appeal
New COVID-19 strains ‘poised to unleash’ more severe infections – Security Council hears
UN mission chief appeals for more peacekeepers
Need for all actors to engage in peaceful and constructive dialogue in Central African Republic
Two UN peacekeepers killed in an ambush in Central African Republic
Rise in Food Prices Due to Escalating Conflict Tips More People into Poverty in Central African Republic
Central African Republic: Displacement reaches 120,000 amid worsening election violence
Three UN peacekeepers killed, six wounded in attack in Mali
Peacekeeper killed in ‘heinous attacks’ in Central African Republic
IMF Executive Board Completes First and Second Reviews of Central African Republic’s Arrangement Under Extended Credit Facility and Approves US$ 34.4 Million
Central African Republic: Post-election violence triggers mass displacement
Inclusion, partnership and an international approach to fragility and security
Central African Republic: Respect final results of election, urge UN, partners
UN condemns back-to-back attacks in Central African Republic
UN chief urges peaceful, credible elections in Central African Republic