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Hundreds of thousands of people in South Sudan in dire conditions months after floods

Eight months since the flooding began, residents of Unity State in northern South Sudan are still suffering, stuck in poor living conditions, and at risk of outbreaks of communicable and waterborne diseases. They face malnutrition, food insecurity, a loss of income, and a lack of safe drinking water since they are spread across several temporary […]

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Similarities between procurement and supply chain management

 In our previous discussion, we looked at the differences between Procurement and Supply Chain Management. Judging by the insights we discussed already, we can comprehend three key factors: Procurement supports the functions of your business by offering the inputs needed to run day-to-day operations. Supply chain management addresses how those inputs are transformed into end […]

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Call for Immediate Action to address the Drought and Water Crisis in Somalia

In Somalia, 2.6 million people are currently experiencing water shortages as a result of severe drought conditions. Water shortages and drought conditions have resulted in increased water prices causing displacements, malnutrition, and diarrhea-related illnesses in many parts of Somalia. Currently, the worst affected regions include Bay, Gedo, Bakol, Galgadud, Lower Jubba, Mudug, and parts of […]

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International Universal Health Coverage Day 2021

On 12th December 2012, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution calling on countries to speed up progress toward universal health coverage (UHC), which means everyone, everywhere should have access to quality, affordable health care – as an essential priority for international development. On 12th December 2017, the United Nations, through resolution 72/138, declared […]

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International Human Rights Day 2021

  The History of International Human Rights Day International Human Rights Day is commemorated on 10th December every year. The familiar words that linger on when we hear the term human rights are – freedom, equality, peace, justice, dignity, hope, prosperity, and lawful living. The day was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in […]

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SDG 17: Partnerships and Cooperation for Sustainable Development

  A successful SDG agenda requires strong partnerships and cooperation between the private sector, governments, and civil society. Hence the Sustainable Development Goal 17 (SDG 17), “partnerships for the goals”, which was established in 2015 by the United Nations “to strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.” SDG 17 […]

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