SOUTH SUDAN / SUDAN REFUGEES

One year since war broke out in Sudan, South Sudan has received about 640,000 people seeking safety, including refugees and South Sudanese returnees, most of them returning home after many years. UNHCR
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UNICEF / GAZA CHILDREN

The escalation of hostilities in the Gaza Strip is having a catastrophic impact on children and families. Children are dying at an alarming rate – more than 13,000 are reported to have been killed in this current conflict and thousands more have been injured. UNICEF
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UN / GENOCIDE AGAINST THE TUTSI RWANDA

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said, “The genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda 30 years ago is a stain on our collective consciousness and a brutal reminder of the legacy of colonialism, and the consequences of hate speech.” UNIFEED
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GENEVA / GAZA HUMANITARIAN UPDATE

The level of destruction in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza strip has shocked medical personnel from the World Health Organization (WHO), whose representatives said that no building or road had been left being intact in the city. UNTV CH
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UN / SUDAN HUMANITARIAN PRESSER

Justin Brady, head of the humanitarian office (OCHA) in Sudan told reporters, “Today, Sudan is one of the world’s worst humanitarian tragedies. Half of Sudan's population - 25 million people - need humanitarian assistance.” UNIFEED
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UN / HAITI GAMBA INTERVIEW

The Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict, Virginia Gamba, said, “The young and children of Haiti are the world's forgotten.” UNIFEED / FILE
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UN / UKRAINE ARMS SUPPLIES

A top United Nations Disarmament official said, measures to address the risk of diversion of weapons and ammunition transfers “are essential for preventing further instability and insecurity in Ukraine, the region and beyond.” UNIFEED
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WHO / GAZA KHAN YOUNIS ASSESMENT

The World Health Organization (WHO) and partners went to Khan Younis to assess the health facilities on Wednesday. The team described the destruction as "disproportionate to anything one can imagine". No building or road is intact, there is only rubble and dirt. WHO
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UNICEF / GAZA TESS VISIT

UNICEF Communication Specialist Tess Ingram described the difficulties in bringing aid to the north of Gaza after her convoy was shot at and delayed for nearly three hours before aborting the mission. UNICEF
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FAO / GAZA FARMERS ANIMAL FODDER

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) continues to deliver much-needed animal fodder to farmers and livestock keepers in the Gaza Strip to safeguard surviving animals and support local production of fresh nutritious food like milk, dairy, eggs and meat amidst an imminent risk of famine. FAO
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UN / UKRAINE

Top UN official said, “Russian attacks on Ukrainian cities and towns have become a daily destructive pattern." UNIFEED
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