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U.S. President Biden Announces His Intent to Nominate Key Administration Leaders in State Department
University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute researchers using AI to decode unique cultures
U.S. President Biden Announces His Intent to Nominate 11 Key Administration Leaders on National Security and Law Enforcement
U.S. President Biden Announces His Intent to Nominate Key Members for U.S. Department of Homeland Security
End Misguided Public Health Border Expulsions: US
Laurent Msellati Appointed Country Manager for Haiti
Global Recovery: EU Disburses SDR141 Million to IMF’s Catastrophe Containment and Relief Trust
FSU’s scholar’s photography exhibition documents previously unseen threat along Amazon
New study recommends strategies to serve under-protected Caribbean transgender community
Pre-pandemic data show 1 in 8 countries spends more on debt than on education
New investment in digital solutions will connect Latin American farmers to markets and banking services
Stronger Data Systems Needed to Fight Poverty
Call for urgent and at-scale action to avert rising hunger and risk of famine
President Clinton to speak on future of U.S. democracy
WFP and Government of Finland begin building a coalition to support school feeding worldwide
World Bank Approves $75 Million Grant to Strengthen Social Protection in Haiti
Girls’ education and COVID-19: New factsheet shows increased inequalities for education of adolescent girls
UNESCO coordinates a tsunami preparedness exercise on 11 March in Caribbean
Mexican filmmaker Samuel Kishi, new IOM Goodwill Ambassador
Fighting for women’s financial freedom
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki and Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas
Readout: Minister of Foreign Affairs holds first bilateral meeting with U.S. Secretary of State
FAO’s Investment Centre doubles down on efforts to create more robust and sustainable agri-food systems
NFB productions even more accessible to francophone communities and francophiles across Canada
Vanderbilt political scientists examine social, psychological, legal foundations of Jan. 6 riot
Pandemic derails historic advances in children’s access to school meals
Facilitating democratic processes and tackling human rights challenges in Haiti- UK Statement at Security Council
Haiti needs ‘democratic renewal’ top UN representative tells Security Council
Contributing to Cochlear implants
Canada’s support for Caribbean Community
UN human rights office alarmed by ‘attacks’ on judicial independence in Haiti
Vital air links in crisis countries at risk as humanitarian air service faces severe funding gap
Donors commit to highest-ever funding to UN rural development agency IFAD to tackle hunger and poverty for world’s poorest
Rosnick Grant, Head of Refereeing of Haitian Football Association, provisionally banned
‘This funding means that we can save and change more lives every year’
Migrants Play Key Role in Disaster Response, IOM Explores Diaspora’s Engagement in Humanitarian Assistance
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki, February 3, 2021
IOM Centers for Migrants in Costa Rica Create Integration Opportunities
UK commits to maintain funding share of Caribbean Special Development
New funding and strategic plan boosts Haiti’s Hydro-Meteorological Service
UN agencies: Restore school meals or ‘risk losing a whole generation’
In Latin America and Caribbean: Fragile and Uneven Economic Recovery Expected, Warns New UN Report
Spectre of unrest, violent repression looming over Haiti, warns UN rights office
Ancient DNA shines light on Caribbean prehistory
Haiti’s Independence Day
WFP in 2020: Conflict, climate change, coronavirus and Nobel Peace Prize… in pictures
2020: ‘Biggest international challenge’ ever taken on by UN humanitarians
Transitioning from peacekeeping to peacebuilding in Sudan