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Delhi doctors declare pollution emergency as smog chokes city

Delhi doctors declare pollution emergency as smog chokes city

A public health emergency has been declared by doctors in Delhi as air quality in the world’s most polluted capital city plunged to levels likened to smoking at least 50 cigarettes in a single day.

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The Afghan diaspora – in pictures

The Afghan diaspora – in pictures

For the past four years, Dutch photographer Joël van Houdt has been documenting the journeys of Afghan refugees around the world.

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How South Sudan refugees are boosting Uganda’s economy

How South Sudan refugees are boosting Uganda’s economy

Uganda is often called one of the best places in the world to be a refugee because of its welcoming policies. But how do you rebuild your life - and start making money - having left everything you kne...

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Opinion: How to strengthen NGO-local government collaboration

Opinion: How to strengthen NGO-local government collaboration

The way forward for collaborative relations between NGOs and local governments begins with a firmly commitment to partnership - with both parties convinced of its value.

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Saudi-led forces close air, sea and land access to Yemen

Saudi-led forces close air, sea and land access to Yemen

The move is likely to further worsen Yemen's humanitarian crisis, which has pushed some seven million to the brink of famine

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6 fundraising tips for small NGOs

6 fundraising tips for small NGOs

On the strength of experience supporting hundreds of nonprofits from 170 countries to build stronger organisations, here are GlobalGiving's top tips for improving small-scale fundraising.

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Do views about aid effectiveness influence support for aid?

Do views about aid effectiveness influence support for aid?

Terence Wood and Camilla Burkot have built on an earlier study of New Zealander's views on aid, looking at which types of New Zealanders are most supportive of aid, and their views on aid increases.

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When the sheep turn black, war's toxic legacy can no longer be ignored

When the sheep turn black, war's toxic legacy can no longer be ignored

The battle for Mosul has left the city caked in soot and shrouded in smog. When will the world realise that the environment is not merely a silent victim of war, asks Erik Solheim, head of UN environm...

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Achieving Fiji’s Paris Agreement energy commitments

Achieving Fiji’s Paris Agreement energy commitments

As Fiji begins hosting the COP23 Conference in Bonn this week, Peter Johnston for DevPolicy Blog analyses Fiji's ambitious climate change targets.

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Development work should start at home, says Direct Relief CEO Thomas Tighe

Development work should start at home, says Direct Relief CEO Thomas Tighe

The development community should seek to bridge the divide between relief work in developed and developing countries, the CEO of Direct Relief has said — and dropping the jargon that can often drive d...

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