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2009 Humanitarian Action Report focuses on conflict, climate and hunger
GENEVA, Switzerland, 27 January 2009 – More must be done to help the millions of children and women whose lives are being impacted by conflict, natural disasters and other humanitarian crises including epidemics and hunger, UNICEF said today.

2009 Humanitarian Action Report launched today in Geneva
NEW YORK, USA, 26 January 2009 – The 2009 Humanitarian Action Report (HAR) was launched today in Geneva by UNICEF Executive Director Ann M. Veneman and Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa Sigrid Kaag. This year’s HAR highlights the plight of children and women in humanitarian emergencies in a total of 36 countries and territories, including Zimbabwe, the Occupied Palestinian Territory and Myanmar.

UNICEF issues annual appeal to meet needs of children and women in global emergencies
NEW YORK, USA, 12 February 2008 – Calling on donors to help address 39 specific crises around the world, UNICEF today launched its annual Humanitarian Action Report outlining the organization’s funding requirements for emergency work in 2008.

Humanitarian Action Report 2007: Gender bias harms children in times of crisis
NEW YORK/USA, 29 January 2007 – In 2006 natural and man-made disasters continued to cripple the lives of children around the world. Devastating floods swept the Horn of Africa; conflicts continued in Darfur and elsewhere; and in countries such as Haiti, extreme poverty took its toll.

UNICEF launches Humanitarian Action Report 2006 with an appeal for more than $805 million for emergency relief in 29 countries
NEW YORK, USA, 23 January 2006 – Appealing to donors for more than $805 million for emergency relief in 29 countries, UNICEF has launched its annual Humanitarian Action Report. The Report outlines the organization’s work in emergency situations and the funding requirements for 2006.

Launch of Arabic version of Humanitarian Action Report 2005
Dubai, 5 April 2005 – UNICEF Deputy Executive Director Rima Salah today launched the Arabic version of the Humanitarian Action Report 2005 and called for international donors and humanitarian agencies to renew their commitment and support for countries in crisis.


 

 

 

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