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See how Pacific Islanders are living with climate change

See how Pacific Islanders are living with climate change

Photographer Vlad Sokhin showcases resilience in the Pacific as communities work to face the challenges of climate change.

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"Hidden" hunger crisis in Congo pushing it closer to famine

"Hidden" hunger crisis in Congo pushing it closer to famine

Congo's 'silent tsunami' of a hunger crisis calls for humanitarian attention as it unfolds amongst neighbouring conflicts.

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South Sudan: Time for humanitarians to get tough

South Sudan: Time for humanitarians to get tough

As humanitarian work poses increasing safety risks, more must be done to actualise the protections and support of International Humanitarian Law.

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Inside humanitarian efforts to prevent and respond to Kenya election violence

Inside humanitarian efforts to prevent and respond to Kenya election violence

“We are just getting ready for anything.”

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More than half a million children in Libya need help -UNICEF

More than half a million children in Libya need help -UNICEF

United Nations children agency UNICEF warned on Wednesday that more than half a million children in Libya need help and called on warring parties to end the violence and negotiate a political solution...

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"More lives could be saved": Pacific countries lacking in immediate emergency medicine

With rural populations spread out over wide areas, and plenty of competition for resources, delivering effective healthcare in a country like Papua New Guinea comes with inevitable challenges.

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Why NZ’s growth model is hitting its limits

Why NZ’s growth model is hitting its limits

Rod Oram surveys whether New Zealand is on the right track or the wrong track and finds New Zealand's growth model is hitting its environment limits

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Pakistan’s new NGO tax will hurt those most at risk, say humanitarians

Pakistan’s new NGO tax will hurt those most at risk, say humanitarians

Pakistan's tax on NGOs with high administrative costs poses challenges for humanitarian work in the region.

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How a group of Mongolian herders took on a mining giant — and won

How a group of Mongolian herders took on a mining giant — and won

A landmark agreement between a marginalised community and global corporation provides insight in to negotiating rights and responsibilities where significant power imbalances exist.

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‘Uncomfortable and disgusting’: Uganda's 1.2m unwanted condoms

‘Uncomfortable and disgusting’: Uganda's 1.2m unwanted condoms

Low take-up of female condoms in Uganda calls for review around the sensitivity of measures taken to address issues of HIV, STIs, and unwanted pregnancies in the region.

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