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UNCHR chief urges international community to support $1.9B ‘solutions strategy’ for Afghan refugees
Progress but significant scale up needed to meet 2015 global targets for HIV, AIDS – report
ECHO donates $21.8M to UNICEF’s nutrition programs in the Sahel
UN report calls for steps to ensure survival of babies born preterm
UN Security Council to Juba, Khartoum: Cease hostilities or face sanctions
Increase efforts to stop FMD spread in the Middle East – FAO
USAID-funded program awards grants to 41 projects in 25 countries
AfDB president to co-chair 2012 World Economic Forum on Africa
ODI researchers challenge idea of humanitarian space, say ‘golden age for humanitarian action’ doesn’t exist
Action Against Hunger report recommends reporting accuracy, transparency, increased investments in nutrition
How do you feed 9B people? Green, grass-roots innovations
Climate and vegetation data could be used to forecast famine – researchers say
Robert Zoellick urges Jim Yong Kim to deal with developing countries as clients not aid recipients
Treatment supplies for 17,000 cholera patients to arrive in Haiti next week
Donald Steinberg to launch USAID’s Cities Development Initiative in southern Philippine province
ADB to resume operations in Myanmar ‘sooner rather than later’
UN official to assess humanitarian needs, direct distribution of aid in Syria
Up to 15,000 South Sudanese forced to leave, denied aid in Kostu
What drives civil society organizations to multilateral bank meetings?
Eric Holt Gimenez: Structural reforms, agroecology key to ending global hunger
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