CAR

News in Brief 6 August 2019

  •  ‘€1 million’ fines for rescue boats prompts UN concern for future sea operations
  • All States have ‘primary responsibility’ to protect against hate attacks: UN’s Bachelet
  • Kashmir developments risk further impacting on people’s rights: UN
  • Musician’s call from the heart for 1.8 million hungry people in CAR
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News in Brief 21 June 2019

  • UN food agency begins partial pull-out of aid to opposition-held Yemen capital
  • Central African Republic food crisis should be wake-up call to global community
  • DPRK at crossroads as UN independent investigator sees no improvement in people’s rights
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News in Brief 18 December 2018

  • $2.7 billion appeal for South Sudan refugees - Africa’s largest displacement crisis
  • Vital humanitarian air service risks being grounded in Central African Republic
  • Migration ‘is a force for dignity’, says IOM on International Migrants Day
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News in Brief 21 November 2018

  • Central African Republic: UN warns that more than six in 10 people now need urgent humanitarian assistance
  • Future of climate change hinges on contributions by youth – UN deputy chief in China
  • After decade of progress, rural areas of Latin America, Caribbean slide back into poverty – UN report
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Growing new lives for rural women in Sudan & CAR aid chief

Welcome to our latest UN and Africa podcast, from UN News.

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News in Brief 05 January 2018

UN allocates $50m in emergency humanitarian funding for Yemen

The UN relief chief announced the biggest-ever allocation of emergency funds to war-torn Yemen on Friday, to help deal with the country’s worsening humanitarian crisis.

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News in Brief 01 December 2017 (PM)

Global HIV/AIDS response still “lagging behind” despite progress

Despite major progress on ending the AIDS epidemic, parts of the global response to battling the HIV virus are still “lagging behind”, the UN chief said on Friday.

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UN chief reaffirms international support to the Central African Republic

It is now time to end the violence in the Central African Republic (CAR) and consolidate democracy, the UN Secretary-General told the country’s legislators on Friday.

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UN chief pledges support to national institutions of CAR

Secretary-General António Guterres, on Thursday pledged the support of the UN for building up national institutions across the Central African Republic (CAR).

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News in Brief 25 October 2017 (PM)

UN chief appeals for solidarity with CAR

The international community has been urged by the UN Secretary-General to show solidarity with the Central African Republic (CAR) in order to rebuild the country and reduce the suffering of its people.

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