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UNHCR: Funding gap of US$295m in Yemen jeopardizes life-saving humanitarian aid
ICRC turns 160 as work to protect civilians from horrors of conflict continues
Security Council Renews Travel Ban, Assets Freeze on Specific Individuals, Entities Threatening Peace in Yemen, Unanimously Adopting Resolution 2675 (2023)
PJCIS supports relisting of four terrorist organisations under the Criminal Code
Save the Children welcomes Australian Government funding to fight global hunger crisis
Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Opens Seventy-Third Session
Australian famine package important step forward
Humanitarian Assistance to fight Global Hunger
Australian famine package an important step forward
UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights to review Panama, China, Portugal, Yemen, Cambodia and Lithuania
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for February
WHO and Gilead Sciences extend collaborative agreement to enhance access to treatment for visceral leishmaniasis
11 million children in Yemen are struggling to survive, with Save the Children calling for increased funding
War leaves a toxic legacy that lasts long after the guns go quiet. Can we stop it?
WHO launches funding appeal to help a record number of people in complex, intersecting health emergencies
“Somali children should not be forgotten”: Children in Somalia plead with world leaders to tackle the hunger crisis as famine looms
NEW ANALYSIS: The number of people facing extreme hunger is up more than 50% in 3 years with Afghanistan worst hit
NEW ANALYSIS – Afghanistan tops list of 7 countries where children were most in need in 2022 
ICRC in Yemen: 60 years of impartial and independent humanitarian assistance in Yemen
Security Council Committees Hold Joint Informal Consultations on Smuggling of Weapons
Christmas commitment to ease hunger needed
Yemen conflict: ICRC visits more than 3,400 detainees in 2022, reiterates continued commitment to support release and transfer operations
Taking stock on the realization of human rights globally
UNHCR & Jolie Issue Joint Statement
UN Human Rights Chief appoints Radhouane Nouicer to monitor Sudan rights
FAO welcomes additional $150 million multi-agency contribution from World Bank to strengthen resilience and address growing food
Statement of UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Volker Türk at organisational session of Human Rights Council
World Health Organization Director-General meets with KSrelief Supervisor General H.E Dr Abdullah Al Rabeeah
Number of children living in deadliest war zones jumps nearly 10% in one year
PJCIS to review relisting of Al-Qa’ida and Islamic state organisations as terrorist organisations under Criminal Code
Humanitarian needs to deepen in dozens of conflict zones as world’s attention wanes
Yemen: Conflict and climate crises push farmers to breaking point
Famine, COP27 and G20 – Australia’s role in averting catastrophe
Attacks on civilians: Yemen
Triple threat of climate change, conflict, and health emergencies
Norway contributes $9.6 million of flexible funding to boost FAO’s response to most severe crises and emergencies
Grain deal catastrophe requires strong famine response
Oxfam welcomes first step to getting aid budget back on track
Aid boost to region welcomed, now urgent need to fight famine
Caritas Australia welcomes increase in foreign aid from Labor Government
UNHCR’s unprecedented US$700m funding gap spells catastrophe for millions
Making choices to place women at heart of our agenda
UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights issues findings on El Salvador, Guatemala, Italy, Luxembourg
Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Concludes Seventy-Second Session after Adopting Concluding Observations on Reports
World Food Day 2022: Call to leave no one behind comes at critical juncture for global food security
Population growth impediment to food security
Yemen: Conflict leaves millions of children without proper education
Agricultural aid: game changer in tackling hunger crises