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Virus that shut down world: Education in crisis
FROM FIELD: Warlords and warehouses; reflections of retired Myanmar WFP staffer
Uganda: UN food assistance programme hit as COVID-19 dries funding
Conflict, floods and COVID-19 push South Sudanese into extreme hunger
Stories of social cohesion: Football Australia celebrates International Migrants Day
Set an extra place at Christmas table this year and feed a hungry child
Delivering tangible, positive impacts for South Sudanese people
Meeting global humanitarian needs in 2021
UK pledges urgent aid for people facing starvation in Yemen
FAO Food Price Index rises sharply
UNICEF issues record US$6.4 billion emergency funding appeal to reach more than 190 million children impacted by humanitarian crises and COVID-19 pandemic
UNICEF and Microsoft launch improved, scalable technology to protect vulnerable children and women amid rise
320,000 children and adolescents newly infected with HIV in 2019
Presidents, Prime Ministers, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassadors and global businesses unite with children and young people
New report: on average 25 children killed or injured in conflicts every day for past decade
Ethiopia Achieved Positive Poverty Reduction but Inequalities Persist
Children and young people join UNICEF Goodwill Ambassadors Ishmael Beah, David Beckham, Orlando Bloom
Change of Her Majesty’s Ambassador to South Sudan Jonny Baxter
Global Food Security Cluster turns 10: ending hunger is everyone’s job
Conflict threatens global health security as children miss out on life-saving vaccines: report
Falklands finally landmine free thanks to UK-funded team
UN food agencies warn of rising levels of acute hunger with potential risk of famine in four hotspots
Ensuring UN Police can remain effective
United States Announces Humanitarian Assistance for Crisis Response in Sudan
Minister for Africa commits £8m to mitigate famine in South Sudan
Cooperating to implement peace in Sudan and South Sudan
UNICEF to stockpile over half a billion syringes by year end, as part of efforts to prepare for eventual COVID-19 vaccinations
Announcement of new diplomatic appointments 18 October
Attack on a UN World Food Program Convoy in South Sudan
New World Bank Group Country Engagement Note to Support Inclusive and Equitable Growth Path for Sudan
Vice-Chancellor’s awards showcase impact and engagement during pandemic
Troika Statement on Peace Agreement between Government of Sudan and Sudanese Opposition Groups
Presidential Determination with Respect to Efforts of Foreign Governments Regarding Trafficking in Persons
United States Announces New Humanitarian Assistance for South Sudan Crisis Response
Deputy Secretary Biegun Hosts UN General Assembly Side Event, “A Dialogue with World’s Top Ten Donors on Global
Over 21,000 people killed since UN global ceasefire-resolution
UN Human Rights Council 45 Interactive Dialogue with Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan
Preventing famine in communities affected by conflict
Urgent action needed to avert risk of famine in Burkina Faso, South Sudan and Yemen
Yemen has “never looked more likely to slide into famine”, Foreign Secretary warns
Maintaining lasting peace and stability in South Sudan
World Bank Provides Additional Support for Agriculture Growth and Better Livelihood Opportunities
Sanctions on Nabah Ltd. Owned or Controlled by Corrupt Businessman Ashraf Al-Cardinal
£3.8 million funding boost to investigate alcohol misuse in humanitarian settings
World Bank Provides $130.8 Million to Upgrade Road Infrastructure in Areas Hosting Refugees
Assessing global ceasefire to help fight COVID-19
New Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office will lead global action to ensure world’s poorest are protected from
Troika Statement on Peace Agreement between Sudan Armed Opposition Groups