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Aid agencies are calling on Credit Suisse (NYSE: CS) to write off CHF1bn in loans to cyclone-hit Mozambique.
One such idea is Mission: PHL, the BusinessMirror Envoys and Expats Awards, which will focus the spotlight on embassies and aid agencies that have been supportive of the Philippines's journey toward a trajectory of growth and development.
JAKARTA, INDONESIA * Catholic aid agencies were among those working to assess the needs and get relief to the island of Sulawesi after an earthquake and tsunami left more than 1,400 people dead.
They had received fertiliser supplies from humanitarian aid agencies working in Somalia.
March 11, 2018 (LEER) - The United Nations humanitarian coordinator, Alain Noudehou has urged urgent action from aid agencies and their partners to address the worsening food crisis in South Sudan.
The need to improve accountability and transparency are evident measures, which can help prevent the sorts of problems highlighted by the Panama leaks, yet many multilateral and bilateral aid agencies themselves need to put their own houses in order as well.
Speaking on the occasion, Ayesha Bano said that university town is occupied by a number of offices including those of UN Agencies, international and national NGOs, international aid agencies, private schools, universities and dozens of other commercial activities.
AMMAN, Jumada I 21, 1437, Mar 1, 2016, SPA -- Aid agencies on Tuesday launched an international appeal for $1.8 billion for 2016 to ease the suffering from a year of fighting in Yemen, where 21 million people now need help, AP reported.
Whether it is the conduct of a UN legitimized military operation by an international force in a targeted country or the provision of humanitarian relief and aid by the international aid agencies there, the local militants who take up arms against such interventions almost invariably respond by raising the stakes of the ethical and moral dimension of the war and to do that they target and kill the innocent civilians on one pretext or the other.
It helped to set up the Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX), a UN website which brings together statistics and intelligence from different sources to help aid agencies respond more effectively to crises and disasters.
He was speaking on the sideline of a meeting of the task force earlier today which is primarily made up of GCC relief aid agencies, principally Red Crescent Societies.