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  1. Smiles in Central African Republic – An encouraging update

    International Medical Corps in CAR Despite the constant armed conflict and violence in Central African Republic (CAR), our work there which promotes an educational approach and focuses on child care is showing real results. Over the last few decades, CAR has endured the chaos and disruptions of...
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  2. UN Environment, China collaborate on major South-South initiative

    14 November 2016 - UN Environment launched today a decade-long (2016-2025) flagship programme on Climate, Ecosystems and Livelihoods (CEL), supported by China and designed to assist countries in the Global South with effective delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and climate targets...
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  3. Annual Action Programme 2016 part 2 and 2017 part 1 in favour of Bangladesh

    Published on 13 December 2016, the Annual Action Programme for Bangladesh aims to contribute to the creation of sustained pathways out of poverty in most vulnerable areas, through simultaneous investments in livelihoods and social security for long-term resilience, adopting a "push-pull" strategy...
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  4. Integrating economic development approaches into peacebuilding in the Central African Republic

    Dear members, have a look to the article written by Irchad Razaaly, manager of the Bêkou Trust Fund, and published in "Great Insights" magazine, dealing with the role of economic recovery and job creation in fostering social cohesion and peacebuilding. The Fund has launched specific programmes with...
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  5. Survey: Most humanitarians favour the use of drones in disaster zones

    Drones are one of the most controversial technologies in disaster response operations. To find out what exactly humanitarian aid workers think about the use of these unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), the Swiss Foundation for Mine Action (FSD) with funding from EU Humanitarian Aid has now published a...
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