Mohamed Haji Mathey, 14, wonders why so many children in his country and around the world have to suffer and face so many challenges, as life rips their childhood away. At his Al-Bushra school in the Burhakaba district of south-west Somalia’s Bay region, Mohamed caught everybody’s attention as he stood up in class to share his dream: "One day I want to be the United Nations Secretary-General and make sure no child suffers ever again!"
South Asian Climate Outlook Forum predicts normal monsoon
Normal rainfall is most likely during the 2018 southwest monsoon season (June – September) over most parts of South Asia. However, above normal rainfall is likely over some areas in east central India and southeastern parts of the region. Below-normal rainfall is likely over some areas of southern, northwestern and northeastern parts of South Asia.
Yesterday, the Donetsk Filter Station in Ukraine stopped its operations after five of its employees were shot and injured on 17 April. The Station’s operations will likely remain suspended until guarantees for the safety of its personnel from parties to the conflict are received.
Working for the Palestinian People
The Bank has assisted the Palestinians since the Oslo Accords of the early 1990s – continuing to lay the foundation of a future Palestinian state so that it can deliver services to the people.
Message from the CEO
Late 2017 and early 2018 saw the international development sector responding to troubling reports of misconduct – incidents which have undoubtedly affected and harmed innocent victims who have turned to organisations such as ours for help, and whose trust was subsequently shattered. We know that the children we work with in areas affected by conflict, poverty and disaster are especially vulnerable to abuse.
Message from our Board Chair and President
This is a live document and is only intended to display tentative transportation plans, based on the best information available at the time of publication. It may be revised or updated (without notice) as the situation changes and new information becomes available.
“This report documents the 2017 work of the WHO country team for ETHIOPIA – the focus and achievements of the country team made possible by the extraordinary support of the WHO Regional Office for Africa and WHO headquarters. In 2017, the work of WHO in Ethiopia was organized around THREE investment pillars – (1) responding to health emergencies, (2) building resilient health system, and (3) reforming WHO for effectiveness – in the context of such core principles of the Agenda 2030 as leave no one behind, working across sectors, and whole of government and whole of society approaches”
Since 2001, the European Union (EU) and its Member States have partnered with Afghanistan and the wider international community in pursuit of a common strategic interest in combating extremism and terrorism while simultaneously working towards peace and development in the country.
Chapter 1 Overview
1.1. About the Institute
The National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM) constituted on 31.10.20061 under The Disaster Management Act 2005 has been entrusted with the responsibility for planning and promoting training and research in the area of disaster management, documentation and development of national level information base relating to disaster management policies, prevention mechanisms and mitigation measures2.
The Grand Bargain is a landmark agreement between more than 50 of the biggest donors and aid agencies to improve how actors within the sector work together.