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And for those in need of assistance, the resolution enabled millions of people over the next 25 years to receive desperately needed humanitarian aid to survive the horrors of war and the ravages of natural disaster. (...) Humanitarian actors both within and outside the UN should be proud of their achievements for the lives they have saved, the suffering they have alleviated, and the dignity they have helped restore to affected people. (...) And over the past decade, the number of people affected by humanitarian crises has almost doubled.
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Score: 857116.2 - https://www.un.org/pga/71/2016...solution-46182-to-the-present/
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Lymphatic filariasis is a mosquito-borne disease that damages the lymphatic system, leading to severe disfigurement, pain and disability. For people affected by this disease, the impacts of disfigurement and the associated stigma are profound: people often lose their livelihoods, and suffer from psychological impacts such as depression and anxiety. “Lymphatic filariasis is a terrible disease, causing untold suffering for those who are affected by it. I sincerely congratulate the Republic of the Marshall Islands for eliminating this disease as a public health threat – this is an enormously important achievement for the health of your people,” said Dr Shin Young-Soo, WHO Regional Director for the Western Pacific. (...) In 2000, over 120 million people were infected, with about 40 million disfigured and incapacitated by the disease.
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Score: 856125.9 - https://www.who.int/laos/news/...sis-as-a-public-health-problem
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  © Laila Ali/UNICEF HASANSHAM CAMP, Iraq – United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres today called on the international community to do more to help the “sufferingpeople of Mosul, hundreds of thousands of whom have been uprooted from their homes in the ongoing battle to for control of Iraq’s second city. “These people have suffered enormously and they go on suffering. (...) Guterres, who served for a decade as UN High Commissioner for Refugees from 2005 to 2015, arrived in Iraq as record numbers have been driven from their homes by the conflict in Mosul. “These people have suffered enormously and they go on suffering.
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Score: 855951.1 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-my/ne...olidarity-mosul-displaced.html
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release UN agencies’ alarmed at worsening hunger in South Sudan Conflict, floods and COVID-19 push more people into extreme hunger 18 December 2020 UNICEF/UNI375881/Ryeng 17-month-old Ajaba Ombacha is assessed to be suffering from severe acute malnutrition and is now doing an appetite test in the examination room in a flooded Verteth. (...) “WFP is extremely worried about the rising numbers of people suffering because of the lack of sufficient food and nutrition, intensified conflict, unprecedented flooding and high food prices. (...) Emergency response WFP has already begun scaling up its lifesaving food and nutritional assistance to critically food insecure areas in Pibor County as well as other areas of concern, extending its humanitarian response beyond the usual lean season and increasing the number of vulnerable people who need support. In the past two months, WFP has extended its food assistance to nearly 80,000 people in Pibor County.
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Score: 855049.2 - https://www.unicef.org/press-r...d-worsening-hunger-south-sudan
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A people who until the 21st Century live with the effects of these evils. (...) The slave trade cannot be denied or belittled, for the suffering of and enduring consequences to the Africans and people of African descent are too grave to ignore. (...) Madam Chairperson Africans and people of African descent and, indeed, all the people who suffered from slavery, colonialism and wars conquest are part of the global village.
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Score: 854346.3 - https://www.un.org/WCAR/statements/namiE.htm
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Some have responded by using force to prevent people from entering their territory. This might be seen as a way to manage migration but can create unnecessary suffering and may not respect people’s rights. (...) These can result in greater suffering because people may turn to smuggling networks or travel along more dangerous routes. (...) Addressing these requires early identification and referral mechanisms for the most vulnerable individuals such as unaccompanied children, elderly people, victims of torture or trafficking, pregnant women, disabled people and people suffering from serious or chronic diseases.
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Score: 853903.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...rnationalCommitteeRedCross.pdf
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Lymphatic filariasis is a mosquito-borne disease that damages the lymphatic system, leading to severe disfigurement, pain and disability. For people affected by this disease, the impacts of disfigurement and the associated stigma are profound: people often lose their livelihoods, and suffer from psychological impacts such as depression and anxiety. “Lymphatic filariasis is a terrible disease, causing untold suffering for those who are affected by it. I sincerely congratulate the Republic of the Marshall Islands for eliminating this disease as a public health threat – this is an enormously important achievement for the health of your people,” said Dr Shin Young-Soo, WHO Regional Director for the Western Pacific. (...) In 2000, over 120 million people were infected, with about 40 million disfigured and incapacitated by the disease.
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Score: 853171.4 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...sis-as-a-public-health-problem
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Lymphatic filariasis is a mosquito-borne disease that damages the lymphatic system, leading to severe disfigurement, pain and disability. For people affected by this disease, the impacts of disfigurement and the associated stigma are profound: people often lose their livelihoods, and suffer from psychological impacts such as depression and anxiety. “Lymphatic filariasis is a terrible disease, causing untold suffering for those who are affected by it. I sincerely congratulate the Republic of the Marshall Islands for eliminating this disease as a public health threat – this is an enormously important achievement for the health of your people,” said Dr Shin Young-Soo, WHO Regional Director for the Western Pacific. (...) In 2000, over 120 million people were infected, with about 40 million disfigured and incapacitated by the disease.
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Score: 853171.4 - https://www.who.int/republicof...sis-as-a-public-health-problem
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The UN agencies also warned that over 632,000 people – more than 1 in 8 people – will fall into a catastrophic hunger situation between the first week of July and the end of the lean season without urgent action. (...) “The food security situation is alarming with a clear indication that many vulnerable people may quickly fall into a catastrophic situation. (...) We need humanitarian access and funding to provide the much-needed assistance to the affected people.” WFP currently provides food and nutrition assistance to some 800,000 people, including people internally displaced, refugees, returnees, as well as host communities.
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Score: 852798.4 - https://www.unicef.org/press-r...arming-food-crisis-lean-season
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The number of HIV / AIDS sufferer founded in Kardinah Hospital Tegal has increased significantly by 56.5% at the last 3 years (from 69 people in year 2012 to 108 people in 2014). Pregnant women who are HIV sufferer also increased significantly by 75% (from 4 people in 2013, to 7 people in 2014). (...) The visitors tripled from 500 women in 2012 become 1.594 people in 2013. 2. The handled number of HIV sufferer pregnant women cases in RSUD Kardinah were increasing about 25% at last three years, which is the number of pregnant women increased twice.
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Score: 803291.9 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/5023
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