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[l] at 6/14/19 11:20am
A weekly read to keep you in the loop on humanitarian issues.
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[l] at 6/14/19 9:11am
As pro-democracy campaigners refuse to negotiate with the military rulers after a bloody crackdown, life gets worse for ordinary Sudanese.
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[l] at 6/13/19 3:18am
Five years of conflict have taken a particularly heavy toll on women, as villages empty of men, and women are left to head households on their own.
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[l] at 6/12/19 10:00am
As local and international health workers scramble to contain the first cross-border Ebola cases, is Uganda ready?
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[l] at 6/11/19 9:14am
Residents fear a cycle of rights abuses, protests, and crackdowns will bring a new era of increased militancy.
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[l] at 6/11/19 7:59am
As Oxfam reels from enquiries into its handling of sexual exploitation and misconduct, these articles offer insights into #MeToo in the aid sector.
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[l] at 6/11/19 7:59am
As Oxfam reels from enquiries into its handling of sexual exploitation and misconduct, these articles offer insights into #MeToo in the aid sector.
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[l] at 6/11/19 3:48am
Khartoum holds the key to peace and ending the humanitarian crisis. Will the Transitional Military Council agree to a change in direction?
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[l] at 6/10/19 5:33am
Should El Niño predictions have triggered an earlier aid response?
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[l] at 6/7/19 10:58am
A weekly read to keep you in the loop on humanitarian issues.
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[l] at 6/7/19 9:16am
A US volunteer is on trial for helping migrants cross the US-Mexico border. He’s not the only humanitarian to fall foul of the law recently.
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[l] at 6/7/19 5:52am
Fire damage is driving up already high food prices in northwestern Syria, forcing more people to rely on aid.
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[l] at 6/6/19 11:10am
Attackers tied to the former Janjaweed militia are accused of killing scores, the UN plans to pull non-critical staff.
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[l] at 6/6/19 5:07am
Data privacy and civil liberty concerns are mounting over the potential for misuse of biometric information provided by migrants to the EU.
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[l] at 6/5/19 10:27am
For 10 months, Kleinfeld chronicled the upheaval to civilians’ lives and livelihoods as violence spread through the Sahel, killing thousands and displacing hundreds of thousands more.
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[l] at 6/5/19 7:13am
Lives, relationships, and meals in one neighbourhood of Lebanese, Palestinians, and Syrians who have opted for community over division.
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[l] at 6/4/19 8:01am
From Congo to Canada: how a potentially game-changing Ebola vaccine was developed.
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[l] at 6/4/19 6:50am
The same vaccine helped to quickly contain an outbreak last year, so why is it proving so hard to halt the spread of the virus now?
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[l] at 6/3/19 8:59am
Aid groups warn of ‘avoidable deaths’ as inaccessible clinics, conservative beliefs, and misinformation push pregnant women to forgo healthcare.
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[l] at 5/31/19 11:30am
A weekly read to keep you in the loop on humanitarian issues.
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[l] at 5/29/19 12:12pm
For 10 months The New Humanitarian has been on the ground reporting as a surge in violence rips through West Africa. Here’s what we found.

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