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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
Save Children welcomes federal government funding for hunger crisis
Aid Sector Welcomes New Development Policy
Humanitarian sector welcomes Australia’s contribution to global hunger crisis and return to multilateral stage
Statement on Australia’s decision to commit $15 million in emergency assistance to hunger crisis
Humanitarian assistance in Horn of Africa and Yemen
Australian famine commitment good first step
UN Refugee Agency issues new legal guidance on protection of Somali refugees
Delegation meets with senior MPs on urgent need to Help Fight Famine
Yemen: People taking stock of lives and livelihoods lost after weeks of record floods
Yemen: Last week of truce sees highest weekly number of child casualties in 2 years
Statement on occasion of World Breastfeeding Week 1 August
UN Committee against Torture publishes findings on Botswana, Nicaragua, State of Palestine and United Arab Emirates
Committee against Torture Closes Seventy-Fourth Session after Adopting Concluding Observations on Botswana, Nicaragua
YEMEN: One child killed and eleven injured in shelling on playspace in Taiz
Unprecedented spike in food prices puts Yemenis at risk of extreme hunger
Experts of Committee against Torture Praise United Arab Emirates for Establishing National Human Trafficking Committee
74th World Assembly and OMEP International Conference – Children’s Rights
Deteriorating hunger situation urgent crisis for millions caught in conflict
Yemen: Women and girls struggle to access essential healthcare
Taking forward UN Secretary-General’s Action Agenda on Internal Displacement
Schools ill-equipped to provide healthy and inclusive learning environments for all children
Aid Sector Calls for Urgent Funding for Sri Lanka to Avert Humanitarian Crisis
FAO Desert Locust campaign: East Africa upsurge supressed, Kenya free from Desert Locust
Yemen: Children demand peace and renewal of truce as first steps towards ending war
EU-UN Women hand-in-hand for Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment
UN Security Council meeting: Agriculture is key to lasting peace and security, FAO says
Time to transform agrifood systems in response to multiple shocks and worsening food security
ICRC: 117 detainees repatriated to Yemen from Saudi Arabia
Global Report on Food Crises: acute food insecurity hits new highs
Save Children welcomes Pacific aid pledge
UNICEF and WHO warn of ‘perfect storm’ of conditions for measles outbreaks, affecting children
Executive Director meets with UN and Missions Officials
New OECD Data: Australia’s Contribution to Foreign Aid Remains Sluggish, Despite Growing Humanitarian Need
Over quarter of billion more people could fall into extreme levels of poverty and suffering
Budget missed opportunity to invest in child focused recovery
UNHCR News Comment: Australian Budget Allocation of Additional Places for Afghans Welcome
Yemen: Seven years into conflict, children remain in firing line
Budget lacks ambition at time of massive need
Escalating death, destitution and destruction as Yemeni civilians left to bear brunt of 7-year war
Funding for life-saving aid, not weapons, needed in Yemen
Boosting infectious substance shipping capacities in Yemen
UNHCR Special Envoy, Ms. Angelina Jolie Statement to High-Level Pledging Event on Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen
Yemen: Fuel crisis pushes sickest children to brink
March 15 House statement by Golriz Ghahraman