Humanitarian Challenges To Continue In 2019, UNOCHA Report Says

NPR: A Little Optimism, A Lot Of Pessimism: The 2019 Outlook For Humanitarian Crises
“It’s quite clear that 2018 was a tough year for the world’s humanitarian agencies. … This year, the challenges will continue in full force, according to an annual report from UNOCHA, the U.N. humanitarian agency, called World Humanitarian Data and Trends 2018. … That’s because the root causes are increasingly a messy mix of conflict, climate shocks, poverty, and social inequalities…” (Lu, 1/24).

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