International Community Must Fund Humanitarian Needs, Build Resiliency As Part Of El Niño Response, U.N. Relief Official Says

U.N. News Centre: ‘Worst case scenarios’ could become reality without more funding for El Niño response — U.N. relief chief
“With 60 million people across the world affected by droughts, floods, and other extreme weather events triggered by El Niño, the top United Nations relief official [Tuesday] called on the international community to act now to address urgent humanitarian needs and support building communities’ resilience to future shocks…” (4/26).

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