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Global food commodity prices rebound in June
Carolyn Turk, new World Bank Country Director for Vietnam
Hugh Sheridan launches COVID-19 fundraiser for world’s most vulnerable communities
UN Human Rights Council 43 UK’s closing statement
Continuing efforts towards peace in South-Sudan
UN Human Rights Council 43 Resolution on South Sudan
On Occasion of World Refugee Day
Forcibly displaced people highest ever, children bear greatest burden: World Vision
This is DyspOra: Sonic Activist
World Bank Provides Additional Support to Help Ethiopia Mitigate Economic Impacts of COVID-19
Stories of resilience and hope during Refugee Week
Mixture and Migration Brought Food Production to sub-Saharan Africa
U.S. Diplomatic Leadership in Support of Women, Peace, and Security
Emerging data suggest COVID-19 is driving up hunger in vulnerable countries
Ancient micrometeoroids carried specks of stardust, water to asteroid 4 Vesta
Troika Calls on Government of South Sudan to Appoint Governors
Reforming UN peacekeeping to best respond to global challenges
Honouring Australian Peacekeepers
Recognising role of United Nations Peacekeepers
Chester release – Recognising role of United Nations peacekeepers
U.S. President Trump announces intent to appoint Individuals to Key Administration Posts 28 May
Multicultural community leaders honoured
FAO Director-General says fight against Desert Locusts will take time, despite significant control gains
World Bank Group Provides Emergency Support to Help Ethiopia Manage Threat Posed by Desert Locust
WHO and UNHCR join forces to improve health services for refugees, displaced and stateless people
New Plan To Help Young Victorians Turn Their Lives Around
FAO needs $350 million to avert rising hunger as countries reel from COVID-19 pandemic’s impact
Surveys assess impact of pandemic on conflict
FAO makes gains in fight against Desert Locusts in East Africa and Yemen but threat of a food security crisis
Tackling COVID-19: Professor Ian Goodfellow
Coronavirus in Africa: A complex reality
Griffith lecturer designs revolutionary ventilator for developing countries
South Sudan to Benefit from World Bank Support for Social Safety Net
FAO welcomes Russian Federation’s $10 million donation to support fight Desert Locusts in East Africa
Governments of Sudan and South Sudan must act constructively
Protecting Civilians affected by Conflict-induced Hunger
FAO welcomes $10 million donation from Mastercard Foundation to fight Desert Locusts in East Africa
Ethiopia has Made Major Strides in Poverty Reduction but Disparities, Inequality Remain
FAO continues to fight Desert Locust upsurge in East Africa and Yemen despite COVID-19 constraints
FAO rolls out toolkit for smart policymaking during COVID-19 crisis
COVID-19: Our hungriest, most vulnerable communities face “a crisis within
Up to 250 people per single water tap in refugee camps braced for arrival of coronavirus
Up to 250 people per single water tap in refugee camps braced for arrival of coronavirus
South Sudan Economic Analysis Shows Growth Promise Amid Fragility
Text of a Notice on Continuation of National Emergency with Respect to South Sudan
Despite challenges, UNICEF continues to ship vital supplies to affected countries amid soaring number of COVID-19 cases
As UN calls for funds, aid agency implores Australia to see big picture
World Poetry Day: Young people in war zones across world share heart-wrenching poems calling for peace