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Edited News | OCHA , WHO

Far too little aid is reaching people in Gaza to the extent that more children are now starving, UN humanitarians said on Friday, in a renewed appeal to Israel to respect international obligations regarding the safe passage of lifesaving relief in the war-shattered enclave.

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Press Conferences | IOM , FAO , OCHA , DDR , WHO , ITU , WMO

Alessandra Vellucci of the United Nations Information Service (UNIS) in Geneva, chaired the hybrid briefing, attended by the spokespersons and representatives of the United Nations Resident Coordinator Office in Papua New Guinea, the Department of Peace Operations, the United Nations Office for the...

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Edited News | OCHA

Famine in Sudan is “imminent” if aid agencies continue to be prevented from providing relief, UN humanitarians warned on Friday.

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Edited News | WHO

Summary: Gaza's healthcare professionals are crucial for the enclave's reconstruction, says WHO official. Many skilled medical workers are still committed to Gaza's future despite the devastation caused by the war. The official also condemned an Israeli airstrike and called for a ceasefire to...

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Edited News | WHO

Gaza medics struggling in face of ‘overwhelming disaster’ as vital supplies run low: WHO Vital medical supplies are fast running out in Gaza’s remaining hospitals, the UN health agency warned on Wednesday, amid reports of continuing Israeli bombing and hostilities in the enclave. “We have...

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Edited News | IOM

Papua New Guinea landslide response hampered by complex conditions Efforts to rescue those impacted by the deadly landslide in Papua New Guinea that has claimed an estimated 2,000 lives have been complicated by fears that the waterlogged ground could shift again. “We don’t want a disaster on top of...

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Press Conferences | IFRC , IOM , ITU , UNICEF , UNRWA

Alessandra Vellucci, Director of the United Nations Information Service (UNIS) in Geneva, chaired the hybrid briefing, which was attended by spokespersons and representatives from the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, the International Organization for...

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Edited News | WHO , UNICEF , UNRWA

Gaza: Rafah attack horror heightens focus on lack of health resources UN agencies reiterated their call for urgent ceasefire and humanitarian access following the devastating Israeli air strikes on Sunday that hit a camp for displaced Palestinians in Rafah. The Hamas-run Ministry of Health...

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Edited News | OHCHR , UNOG

At the bi-weekly press briefing in Geneva, UN Human Rights spokesperson Liz Throssell and the head of OHCHR’s Myanmar team, James Rodehaver, made the following comments on the fighting in Rakhine State, Myanmar.

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Press Conferences | OHCHR , UNHCR , WHO , WMO

Alessandra Vellucci, Director of the United Nations Information Service in Geneva, chaired a hybrid briefing, which was attended by the spokespersons and representatives of the United Nations Human Rights, the United Nations Refugee Agency, the World Health Organization, and the World Meteorological...