The work of women humanitarians makes a “huge difference” to the lives of millions of women, men and children in urgent need, the United Nations chief said in his message for World Humanitarian Day.
Remembering all the humanitarians killed in the line of duty just ahead of World Humanitarian Day, the United Nations relief chief on Friday, renewed the call for civilians and aid workers everywhere to be better protected.
Six aid workers missing in South Sudan after reports of armed clashes
Six relief workers in South Sudan, one international and five national, have been reported by the UN as missing since Sunday.
Providing humanitarian aid today to the world’s needy is a “fantastic investment” in the future.
That’s according to the UN relief chief, Stephen O’Brien, speaking ahead of World Humanitarian Day, marked each 19 August.
A Syrian mother uprooted by war has a simple request for world leaders: Put yourselves in my place.
Hala Kamil and her four children are at the United Nations this Friday, World Humanitarian Day.