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Nillumbik’s 2022 Australia Day Award winners
New Hume citizens welcomed
Jordan issues record number of work permits to Syrian refugees
Intensifying Drought Threatens to Displace Over 1 Million People in Somalia
Lebanons Crisis: Great Denial in Deliberate Depression
President Biden Addresses Over 200 Mayors from Across Country on Strong Partnership between Federal and Local Government
1.5 million children lack treatment for severe wasting in Eastern and Southern Africa
Minister for Africa visits East Africa to tackle regional challenges and deepen economic ties
Venezuela’s human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
UN celebrates 25 years of mandate to protect children caught in conflict
FAO launches $138 million plan to avert hunger crisis in Horn of Africa
New $10m UK support to tackle impact of drought in Somalia
New UK support to tackle impact of droughts and flooding in East Africa
Horn of Africa: Swift aid for drought-affected farmers and herders needed to avoid hunger crisis
“We need to rethink methodology of assessing and supplementing iodine to large population groups”
Grave violations surge for children in conflict
Secretary Blinken’s Call with Kenyan President Kenyatta 29 December
2021: Meeting challenge of extreme weather
Minister for Africa statement on Somali electoral process
United States Calls for Credible, Rapid Conclusion of Somali Elections
Former ‘failed State’ Somalia on fragile path to progress: UN Resident Coordinator blog
Returning Female Migrants Face More Reintegration Challenges than Men: IOM Study
Lives on line as UN and partners launch 2022 humanitarian plan for Somalia
Ahead of Fifth Global Conference on Least Developed Countries
Collaborative conference in Paris considers Strategic and Military Consequences of End of Cold War
Conflict, Stability and Security Fund’s Annual Report 2020/21
Parts of Somalia hit by driest season in 40 years as climate-fueled drought worsens
UN raises alarm over ‘continuing’ expulsions of asylum seekers from Libya
Climate change ‘aggravating factor for terrorism’: UN chief
Light ‘a spark of hope’ for shared humanity, UN relief chief urges
Security Council adopts resolution to keep pirates at bay
ICRC: Omicron highlights need to step up global vaccinations, including in conflict zones
‘Unity’ of purpose and action needed: Guterres tells AU-UN Conference
UK Ambassador condemns terrorist attack in Mogadishu
Nairobi Convention COP10 agrees to new actions to protect critical habitats, improve climate preparedness
Horn of Africa: “We want to prevent as many people as possible from having to rely solely on food assistance”
Action against gender-based violence being pushed to outlying margins of global Covid response
On International Day, UN chief says ‘violence against women is not inevitable’
New partnership between FAO and Qatar Fund for Development targets food insecurity in Somalia
Survival of richest – attempts to curb illegal fishing are hurting small-scale fishers in Africa most
US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s Meeting With Kenya Cabinet Secretary of Defense Eugene Wamalwa
Worsening drought affects 2.3 million people in Somalia
Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with IGAD Executive Secretary Workneh Gebeyehu
Completion of Somalia elections more important than ever: UN envoy
Enabling Somalia’s security and prosperity for long-term
Statement on Second Kenya-U.S. Bilateral Strategic Dialogue
United States and Kenya: Strategic Partners 17 November
Secretary Blinken’s Travel to Kenya, Nigeria, and Senegal