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Communities Displaced by Recent Violence in Mozambique Offered Respite, Assistance at New Transit Centre
Humanitarian catastrophe in northern Mozambique ‘beyond epic proportions’
30 countries join global initiative to tackle marine litter
UNHCR scales up response as thousands flee attacks in northern Mozambique
IMF Staff Team Concludes a Technical Virtual Mission to Mozambique
Thousands on move after brutal attacks in northern Mozambique, UN office reports
SADC, AU need to urgently help Mozambique protect Cabo Delgado civilians
OPCW Member States in Africa Review Approach to Online Capacity Building at Peaceful Uses of Chemistry Forum
WFP’s response to clashes in northern Mozambique
Financial Relief, Safe Reopening of Borders, and Planning for Safe Restart of Operations – Main Priorities for Aviation
Growing Daesh threat across Africa highlighted by Global Coalition Ministers
Grave concern for women and children targeted in northern Mozambique
IOM Denounces Reprehensible Attacks on Civilians in Mozambique, Delivers Assistance to Thousands
UNHCR alarmed at brutal attacks by insurgent armed group in Mozambique
Terrorist Attack in Mozambique
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
Cabo Delgado displacement could reach 1 million, UN officials warn
Urgent funding needed for Mozambique, facing ‘triple threat’ of climate change, conflict and COVID-19
State Department Terrorist Designations of ISIS Affiliates and Leaders
FAO and Ireland celebrate collaboration and renew commitment to partnership
Foreign Secretary Oral statement Update on Counter Daesh
Mozambique Economic Update: Growth Expected to Rebound by 2022
First Responders from Southern African Development Community Strengthen Chemical Emergency Preparedness
UN World Wildlife Day highlights role of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities’ livelihoods and knowledge
CEFC backs 300 MW Victorian Big Battery to strengthen grid and support more renewable energy
Statement of Twenty-Seventh Polio IHR Emergency Committee
World faces worst hunger crisis in decades; 19 million on brink of famine, World Vision report finds
World On Brink of Worst Famine in Decades
COVID sparks resurgence of ISIL terrorists, threatening international peace and security, Security Council hears
UNOSAT in 2020: a year in review
Cooling La Niña is on wane, but temperatures set to rise: UN weather agency
La Niña has peaked, but impacts continue
WFP boosts global co-operation on humanitarian drone use
Germany contributes €10 Million to WB Trust Fund for Disease Preparedness in Developing Countries
IOM Requires USD 3 Billion to Bring Relief to 50 Million People Affected by Crises in 2021
UN agencies: Restore school meals or ‘risk losing a whole generation’
World Bank and Fiji Sign Agreement to Reduce Forest Emissions and Boost Climate Resilience
Study: Did cobras first spit venom to scare pre-humans?
Lao PDR Signs Agreement to Protect Forests and Reduce Carbon Emissions
Up to 90,000 children in central Mozambique urgently need humanitarian assistance in wake of Cyclone Eloise
WFP’s response to tropical cyclone Eloise in Mozambique
Antibody infusions prevent acquisition of some HIV strains, NIH studies find
UN responds as thousands caught in wake of devastating cyclone
Humanitarians Respond as Scale of Cyclone Eloise’s Damage is Revealed
UK sends humanitarian team to support Mozambique following devastating Cyclone Eloise
New COVID-19 strains ‘poised to unleash’ more severe infections – Security Council hears
Help small-scale farmers adapt to climate change or face increased hunger and migration, warns IFAD President