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Wednesday, 22 December 1999: Humanitarian favouritism is threatening the lives and future of the most needy children and women in the developing world, UNICEF warned today at the launch of its annual humanitarian appeal for children and women in countries in crisis.
This report includes: A) East Africa: Uganda and Burundi B) Sudan - WFP air operations C) Angola D) Sierra Leone E) Afghanistan F) Hunger Site - donating food through the Internet.
Médecins Sans Frontières issues the "Top Ten" list of the year's most under-reported humanitarian stories. This second annual listing emphasizes forgotten wars in Angola, Burundi and Sri Lanka.
Prepared by Mary Wareham, Human Rights Watch
For the First Meeting of the Standing Committee of Experts on Stockpile Destruction
9-10 December 1999
For more information or to make a clarification or comment, please contact:
Mary Wareham, Human Rights Watch
1630 Connecticut Ave NW, #500
Washington, USA 20009
1997 Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling, Production and Transfer of Anti-Personnel Mines and On their Destruction
This is a summary of what was said by the UNHCR spokesperson at today's press briefing at the Palais des Nations. Quoted text from this briefing note may be attributed to the UNHCR spokesperson named below left
This report includes: A) Afghanistan B) Angola C) Sierra Leone D) Colombia - war displaced E) UN Consolidated Inter-Agency Appeals for year 2000.
Lecture by Mrs Sadako Ogata, United Nations
High Commissioner for Refugees, At the Istituto Studi di Politica Internazionale
"On the Humanitarian Frontlines: New Challenges of Refugee Work"
Press Release IHA/690 - 19991123
Speeches of the High Commissioner
Geneva, 23 November 1999
Press Release GA/SHC/3563 - 19991117
Press Release 99/70 C/5
Rome, November 15, 1999 -- While increasing numbers of people face food emergencies, the causes are changing, suggest two UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) reports released today. "For the first time, human induced disasters such as civil strife and economic crises have more effect on food shortages than nature-induced crises," said Dr. Hartwig de Haen, Assistant Director General of FAO.
Press Release GA/SHC/3558 - 19991112
Hazards from Internal Strife Said to Complicate Work of Agency; Stability, Post-Conflict Recovery Now Critical to Relief Efforts
Refugee issues today could not be discussed without reference to security, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Sadako Ogata, told the Third Committee (Social, Humanitarian and Cultural) this morning as it began considering questions related to refugees.
54th Session of the General Assembly, New
This report includes: A) Sudan B) Angola C) Sierra Leone D) FR Yugoslavia- Kosovo, Serbia and Region E) Afghanistan F) Angola Appendix - Breakdown of November distribution plan.
Officials and activists from all over the world meet to strategize against rising use of child soldiers.
Washington DC, 19 October 1999
Thank you, Jim [Wolfensohn] for those very kind words.
Ladies and Gentlemen
It is a great honour to be invited to give the first in your new programme of "United Nations Lectures".
This report includes: A) Burundi B) Tanzania C) Angola D) Djibouti E) Afghanistan F) Indonesia - East Timor.
59/99 Annex b
Angola. The war in Angola continues to create acute humanitarian needs. The funding situation has improved and access by road has sporadically been possible, thus some humanitarian assistance is being delivered. High prevalences of malnutrition among children under five have been recorded in the besieged cities of Huambo, Malange and Kuito.