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“Despite sustained economic growth…our people are struggling to make ends meet with one in every four Pacific Islander, living below national basic needs poverty lines”, Ms. (...) “Moving forward, Pacific leaders are committed to more targeted support to enhance opportunities for women, youth, and persons with disabilities; addressing gender gaps in employment and decision making; enhancing sustainable tourism and fisheries while conserving the Pacific’s rich biodiversity; tackling NCDs and the dual threats of climate change and disasters more effectively”, she informed the meeting.   (...) Help build vulnerable island States’ resilience to extreme weather, urges senior UN official 13 November 2018 Climate and Environment With Small Island Developing States (SIDS) bearing the brunt of economic losses from climate change, making them more resilient to extreme weather events must be a priority, said Inga Rhonda King, President of the UN Economic and Social Council ( ECOSOC ), speaking at UN Headquarters in New York on Tuesday.
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Rains continue to pound the Philippines, and mass evacuations are taking place as the country braces for a powerful new typhoon that is expected to make landfall on Saturday morning, adding to the devastation caused by last weekend’s storm which drove more than a million people from their homes.
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Throughout his four decades of service to the United Nations, starting as one of its very first staff members and ending as an Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs, he also helped shape history-making moments. He was present for the birth of the United Nations in 1945, and was witness to many of the Organization’s – and the world’s – seminal milestones. (...) Throughout his four decades of service to the United Nations, starting as one of its very first staff members and ending as an Under-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs, he also helped shape history-making moments. He was present for the birth of the United Nations in 1945, and was witness to many of the Organization’s – and the world’s – seminal milestones. date (-) Remove February 2013 filter February 2013 LISTEN TO UN RADIO When Hurricane Iota Nearly Destroyed Providencia Island in Colombia Can the UN stop a war?
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Graziano da Silva noted the  Global Soil Partnership  in which FAO works with governments and other partners to build technical capacity and exchange knowledge on sustainable soil management through the  Voluntary Guidelines for Sustainable Soil Management. “Let us make soils a vehicle of prosperity and peace, and show the contribution of soils to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals ,” concluded the FAO Director-General said
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He added that he was “mindful of the challenges associated with bringing the parties together to Geneva, bearing in mind that they haven’t met for two years” and said he was hopeful to see the Houthi delegates arrive. “He continues to make efforts to overcome obstacles to allow the consultations to go forward,” the statement concluded
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syria | Children LISTEN TO UN RADIO Related Stories Syria: Life 'living nightmare' for children in East Ghouta, UNICEF chief warns Syria: 18 children killed since the start of the year, UNICEF reports WFP and UNICEF prepare for the worst in Syria’s Idlib, as insecurity mars start of another school year News Tracker: Past Stories on This Issue Ten years on, Syrian crisis ‘remains a living nightmare’: UN Secretary-General 10 March 2021 Peace and Security Secretary-General António Guterres has underlined the UN’s determination to continue pursuing a negotiated political settlement to the Syrian civil war, a “living nightmare” that has endured for 10 years now. 
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Thanks to all donors to CERF for making this possible. #InvestInHumanity pic.twitter.com/fL4Yh7iY8u — Mark Lowcock (@UNReliefChief) February 28, 2019 “The CERF allocation will help us to rapidly provide critical food and livelihood support, education, health, and protection services for the most vulnerable people who are hardest-hit during crises, including children, women, the elderly, and people who are chronically ill or living with disabilities”, Mr.
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