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‘Fire-fighting approach’ to humanitarian aid ‘not sustainable’: Deputy UN chief

With around one in every 60 people across the world caught up in a crisis that requires urgent humanitarian assistance, the UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed told a top panel on the issue on Wednesday that maintaining a “fire-fighting approach is not sustainable” in the long term.

2018-12-12T17:46:05+00:0012 Dec 2018|News|

The costs of corruption: values, economic development under assault, trillions lost, says Guterres

Every year, trillions of dollars - equivalent to more than five percent of global GDP - are paid in bribes or stolen through corruption, the United Nations reported on the International Day which serves to highlight the pervasive crime, marked this Sunday.

2018-12-08T17:20:07+00:0008 Dec 2018|News|