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The United Arab Emirates offers AED 150 million for the reconstruction of Gaza
The UAE Red Crescent Authority has signed a cooperation agreement with UNRWA on the reconstruction of GAZA strip at an overall cost of AED 150 million (nearly US$ 41 million). The project includes the reconstruction of houses and health, education and service institutions which were damaged during the latest events (Etihad, 22 July 2014).
The UAE supports the Palestinian refugees in Syria with AED 55 million in cooperation with UNRWA
7231st Meeting (PM)
Although the Security Council should be commended for overcoming divisions and adopting important measures in the face of several grave international crises, it remained clear that Council members were once again unable or unwilling to use their influence to find sustainable political solutions, the representative of Rwanda, Council President, told the 15-member body today.
The Higher Committee of Foreign aid at the Red Crescent Authority has allocated Dh 4.027 million to carry out developmental projects in a number of countries.
The assistance will cover health, education and social services sectors in addition to the provision of water supplies in areas which suffer from shortage of this vital service.
These projects will be carried out in a number of countries, including Palestine, Yemen, Somalia, Sudan, Jordan and Pakistan, Senegal, Bosnia, Uganda, Benin, Thailand, Chad, in addition to Ghana, Lebanon, Libya and Mauritania.
GENEVA, February 4 (UNHCR) – Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, wife of the ruler of Sharjah, has been helping Palestinian refugees for several years. More recently, she has become a valued supporter of UNHCR, which has a mandate to provide protection and assistance to more than 10 million refugees around the world. She has specifically provided funding to provide health care for displaced Somali women. She recently visited UNHCR's headquarters building in Geneva to meet High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres and other senior UNHCR staff.
Cairo, Arab Republic of Egypt
13 ovember 2012
The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the European Union and of the League of Arab States, meeting on the occasion of the second ministerial conference between the European Union and the League of Arab States in Cairo on 13 November 2012, at the invitation of HE Catherine Ashton, European Union High Representative, HE Dr. Nabil Elaraby, Secretary General of the League of Arab States, and HE Dr. Adnan Mansour, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants of Lebanon;
ASSEMBLY OF THE UNION
Eighteenth Ordinary Session
29 – 30 January 2012
Addis Ababa, ETHIOPIA
The amount of assistance presented and pledged by the UAE government and other humanitarian and development institutions in the country during 2010-2011, is estimated to be around two billion dollars donated as grants and loans for humanitarian and development projects in different parts of the world, where it contributed to the financing of a wide scope of projects , such as shelters for the displaced, providing food, digging wells, conflict resolution, building dams, highways , schools and hospitals.
Sixty-sixth General Assembly
19th, 20th & 21st Meetings (AM, PM & Night)
Peace Can Only Come through Negotiations, Responds Israel’s Prime Minister, Offering ‘Straightforward Discussion’
Declaring “this is the moment of truth, our people are waiting to hear the answer of the world,” Mahmoud Abbas, President of the Palestinian Authority, presented an application for United Nations membership before a packed hall today as the General Assembly continued its general debate.
RAMALLAH, 1 September 2011 (IRIN) - West Bank trade remains largely isolated from global markets due to restrictions imposed on the movement of goods to, from, and within the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt), according to a July 2011 study [ http://www.unctad.org/en/docs/tdb58d4_en.pdf ] by the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
Constraints on imports and exports inflate prices for Palestinian businesses and consumers, apparent as families struggle to buy gifts during the Eid post-Ramadan holiday.
Yemen Times Reporter
SANA'A, Jan. 12 - Various refugee committees in Yemen met during a two-day meeting that ended yesterday to create an overall forum to establish and enhance links.
The meeting was hosted by International Relief and Development (IRD) in Sana'a and included representatives from the Somali, Ethiopian, Eritrean and Iraqi refugee communities from Kharaz Refugee Camp, Aden, Taiz, Mukalla, Hodeida and Sana'a.
They were also joined by a member of Yemen's Palestinian community.
Sixty-fifth General Assembly
Sixty-fifth General Assembly
27 March 2010 - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on leaders gathered at the Arab League Summit in Libya to support indirect negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians with a common aim of resolving all final issues within 24 months.
"There is no alternative to negotiations for a two-State solution," the Secretary-General said today in his address in the city of Sirte.
"I am aware that regional confidence in the Israeli Government is very low, but there is no alternative to getting the parties to the negotiating table and testing their commitment," he …
On the eve of the League of Arab States (LAS) summit, to be held on 27 March in Sirte, Libya, Amnesty International calls on the member states of the LAS to ensure that they make respect for human rights and international humanitarian law a cornerstone of their deliberations while addressing the conflicts afflicting the region. These principles should be equally applied in any efforts to address the conflicts in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Sudan, Somalia and Yemen.
Sixty-fourth General Assembly
Council Condemns Honduras Violations; Calls for Release of Burma's Political Prisoners
(Geneva, October 2, 2009) - The UN Human Rights Council concluded its session with mixed results, Human Rights Watch said today.
Minister of International Relations and Cooperation
Republic of South Africa
Following is the text of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's speech to the High-Level Segment of the Fifteenth Non-Aligned Movement Summit, in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, today, 15 July:
I am extremely honoured to join you for this important Summit. President [Hosni] Mubarak has shown great international leadership over the years.
LOCATION Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies
SPEAKER Foreign Secretary, David Miliband
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon traveled from Geneva to Malta on Tuesday, 21 April on an official visit which focused on climate change issues.
After a red carpet welcome and a review of the Honour Guard on Castille Square in Valletta, the Secretary-General met with the country's Prime Minister, Lawrence Gonzi, at Auberge de Castille, and then called on President George Abela at the Palace in Valletta.
They discussed Malta's contribution to a number of global issues affecting the small island nation, including climate change and using the resources …