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Joint statement by Mark Lowcock, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Henrietta Fore, UNICEF Executive Director, and Natalia Kanem, United Nations Population Fund Executive Director

Statement on the situation in Bentiu, South Sudan In the past 12 days, more than 150 women and girls have sought assistance after suffering sexual violence, including rape, near Bentiu in South...

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Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Mark Lowcock: Remarks at the launch of the 2018 South Sudan Humanitarian Response Plan and 2018 South Sudan Regional Refugee Response Plan

Nairobi, 1 February 2018 As prepared for delivery It is impossible to overstate the suffering faced by the people of South Sudan. We are here today on their behalf - those who remain in the country,...

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Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Stephen O'Brien Situational briefing to the General Assembly on the Secretary-General's Call to Action on famine response and prevention

As delivered by Ms Reena Ghelani, Deputy Director, OCHA Coordination and Response Division His Excellency, Mr Peter Thomson, President of the General Assembly and Mr Anthony Lake, Executive Director...

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Under-Secretary-General For Humanitarian Affairs And Emergency Relief Coordinator, Stephen O’Brien - Opening Remarks to The High-Level Event on The South Sudan Humanitarian crisis and Its Effect on The Region, Geneva, 16 June 2015

As delivered This is my first opportunity to talk to you about the humanitarian crisis in South Sudan. But it’s the third or fourth time that many of you have attended such an event. And that is at...

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Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and ERC, Valerie Amos: Remarks to the Ambassadorial Meeting of the UN Alliance of Civilizations Protection of Civilians and Ethnic and Cultural Dimensions in Disasters and Emergencies

As delivered Thank you for inviting me to address today’s important meeting. We meet today at a time of seemingly unprecedented violence and intolerance in our world. From, for example, Syria, Iraq,...

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