Humanitarian

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George Floyd murder, GAVI, Aid sector recruitment trends, and more

Posted on 09 June 2020

+ Save the date! workshops on Adaptive management

CID in partnership with MFAT will be holding two online training seminars on Adaptive Management, as we all face the challenges of adapting programmes...
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Pacific Humanitarian Pathway, Debt Relief, Development will change, and more.

Posted on 14 April 2020

+ Pacific Humanitarian Pathway - will it work?

Access and delivery of humanitarian aid have been restricted in the Pacific region during COVID-19. Regular humanitarian supply chains, such as those that would be...
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TC Harold, Pacific 'hierarchy of threats', COVID-19 and Climate Change, and more

Posted on 07 April 2020

+ Cat 5 Tropical Cyclone Harold (Solomon Islands & Vanuatu)

Tropical Cyclone Harold, is the first Category-5 storm to make landfall since Vanuatu declared a state of emergency on the 29th March (due to COVID-19). It is...
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What Covid-19 means for NZ INGOs, Humanitarian impact of Covid-19, Latest from the Pacific, and more.

Posted on 24 March 2020

+ Looking after yourself
 

Government 'source of truth' on COVID-19 response.
Got symptoms? Call your GP before you visit. Or call Healthline on 0800 358 5453.

+ Message for NGOs from MSD on 'essential services'

MSD have clarified  - for...
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Ethical Storytelling, 'Do-gooders and Do-besters', aid workers fatalities in Syria, and more

Posted on 25 February 2020

+ Coronavirus update and 'fake news'

'Facebook is removing bogus information about coronavirus cures and prevention methods. Kang-Xing Jin, Facebook's head of health, explains how the company is working with the World...
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'Civil-Military Coordination in Humanitarian Assistance Disaster Response (HADR): Insights from a Decade of Training'

Posted on 24 February 2020

Johanna Brown, a former trainer in civil-military component to Humanitarian Assistance Disaster Response (HADR) with NATO forces and partners, shared her personal experience training with and educating armed forces to respond to...
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Coronavirus xenophobia, Fijian women first responders, post-Brexit NGOs' life, and more

Posted on 04 February 2020

+ Coronavirus: The spread of the virus and xenophobia

World Health Organisation (WHO has developed a dashboard for Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) with the number of confirmed cases globally, which includes cases in China by...
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Pacific predictions for 2020, UN's decision on climate refugees, funding the SDGs by 2030  and more.

Posted on 21 January 2020

+ Launch of CID Online Training & Resources

At the end of last year, CID researched, collected and curated online training and resources that can help strengthen organisational knowledge, policies and practices relating...
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CID Talk - Cash in the Pacific: Examples and Innovations for Humanitarian Action

Posted on 16 December 2019

Sandra Hart, Oxfam’s Pacific Cash & Livelihoods Lead, talks about her first-hand experience in delivering a cash-based programme to assist families displaced by the Ambae volcano in Vanuatu, in 2018, which represents the first...
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Measles crisis, UN guidelines on disability inclusion, Investment Impact, and more.

Posted on 03 December 2019

+ Latest on measles crisis
There are currently 3,728 measles cases in Samoa, including 198 in the past 24 hours. 53 patients diagnosed with measles have died. Since the nation-wide immunisation campaign...
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