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18/02/2013
91% of disasters the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent (IFRC) respond to are not reported by the media as they are deemed small or medium sized disasters. Despite this, the suffering of people cannot be measured.Today saw...
14/02/2013
The European Union is providing €1.8 million to fund humanitarian assistance to communities affected by tropical cyclone Evan, which caused wide-spread damage in Fiji and Samoa in December 2012.The decision by the EU to provide funding for...
14/02/2013
Only a few symbols qualify as "universal". One of these has been present for 150 years now on our planet and wherever humans are hit by the violence of other humans or conflict , it reminds us of this permanent movement of humanity and solidarity:...
14/02/2013
The European Union is providing €1.8 million to fund humanitarian assistance to communities affected by tropical cyclone Evan, which caused wide-spread damage in Fiji and Samoa in December 2012.The decision by the EU to provide funding for...
08/02/2013
The United Nations World Food programme and the European Union have helped save millions of lives across the globe. In 2012 alone, this partnership worked on the front-lines of hunger hotspots to support people in more than 30 countries suffering...
29/01/2013
With over 4 million people in need of aid from the Syrian conflict, the European Commission will pledge an additional €100 million of humanitarian funding. This will be announced at the International Pledging Conference for Syria convened by UN...
22/01/2013
Commissioner Georgieva today announced the mobilisation of an additional €20 million for Mali as the worsening crisis requires immediate relief for the people fleeing the conflict and for the growing number of severely malnourished children. These...
15/01/2013
The awareness raising campaign about urban refugees conceived by the International Rescue Committee (IRC) in cooperation with the European Commission has reached London in January this year. St Pancras International railway station is hosting an...
11/01/2013
Heavy rain, snow and sub-zero temperatures in northern Jordan have greatly worsened the situation of the 47,000 Syrian refugees at the Za'atari camp near the border.In response to Jordan's request for assistance to the Commission's Monitoring and...
11/01/2013
Three years after the devastating earthquake struck Haiti, the EU continues to address the humanitarian needs in the country. Immediately after the earthquake in 2010, the European Union responded to the massive needs swiftly and decisively, saving...

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