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  • Somalis on surviving the worst drought in decades

  • James Thuch Madhier: Sourcing clean and sustainable water

  • Natasha Freidus: Connecting givers and receivers of aid

  • Eric James: Local production for local solutions

  • Mayuri Bhattacharjee: Improving citizen aid

  • Calls for Security Council reform at the UN General Assembly

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  • Alleged sex abuse by aid workers unchecked for years in UN-run South Sudan camp

  • Somalia: The politics of famine

  • Dublin regulation vs Temporary Protection Directive (TPD): How the EU changed asylum for Ukrainians

  • Voices: An Afghan student’s take from exile

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  • Local Argentine group helps Indigenous GBV

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  • Ukraine aid response prepares for the long haul

  • Camilo González Posso

  • Do people in South Sudan feel that there is peace?

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  • Death and disease: Kenya's drought-hit livestock

  • Ukraine & Beyond: What media coverage of crises tells us about those we forget

  • Train attack reveals extent of Nigeria’s crisis

  • What happened at the first-ever European Humanitarian Forum?

  • Yusuf Suleiman, Kajuru Truth and Reconciliation Committee

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