international education day 2022

International Education Day 2022

Education is a human right, as well as a public good and obligation. On 3rd December 2018, the United Nations General Assembly passed Resolution 73/25, declaring January 24th as International Day of Education, in recognition of the importance of education for peace and development. Today, 258 million children and adolescents do not attend school; 617 […]

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Meeting the Special Nutritional Needs of the Most Vulnerable Persons in Emergencies

Infants and young children During emergencies, newborn and child morbidity and mortality rates have been observed to rise drastically. Malnutrition has a deleterious impact on cognitive, motor-skill, physical, social, and emotional development in children. Specific actions are required during emergencies to protect and promote appropriate newborn and child feeding behaviors, as part of calculating food […]

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The Emerging Development Trends in Supply Chain and Supply Chain Management

The changes of overall business environment and heightened competitions in the global market place greatly contribute to the continuous development of supply chain and supply chain management. It is however partly influenced by the new understanding of the supply chain that they participate. There are a number of early development trends that can be observed […]

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Dubai International Humanitarian Aid & Development Conference & Exhibition – DIHAD (14-16 March 2022)

Humanitarian Global is pleased to announce our partnership with DIHAD. We have partnered with DIHAD for their 18th Annual Dubai International Humanitarian and Development Conference and Exhibition which will take place from 14th-16th March 2022. The theme of this partnership is “to strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.” DIHAD […]

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6 humanitarian issues that must be addressed in 2022

According to Peter Maurer, the President of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), last September, the Afghan countryside’s landscape was littered with freshly dug graveyards and damaged homes shortly after images of desperate Afghans swarming Kabul’s airport dominated worldwide news. Many millions of Afghans are suffering from a cold, hungry winter, as the rest […]

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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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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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