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.The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) aims to make aid transparent and increase effectiveness. The initiative has been successful in getting over 75 per cent of global official development finance to sign up. Sweden stays at the forefront for better transparency by hosting IATI for the next three years.

.The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) aims to make aid transparent and increase effectiveness. The initiative has been successful in getting over 75 per cent of global official development finance to sign up. Sweden stays at the forefront for better transparency by hosting IATI for the next three years.

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One of the few organizations that directly provides aid on the ground in Syria, including food, clothing, water, sanitation and crucial medical assistance to “help people to stay in Syria instead of fleeing to another country.” We have been at the forefront of humanitarian aid in Syria since the conflict began. Unlike most aid agencies, we work inside Syria, so your gifts will go straight to the people in most desperate need. And since we cover our costs in other ways, every single penny of…

These organizations and campaigns provide a range of aid: immediate relief with clothes, food and shelter; schools and training programs; rescue efforts inside Syria for after an attack and emotion…

#KYRGZSTAN #SWD #GREEN2STAY Iran dispatches 9 tons of aid to Kyrgyzstan 31 JANUARY 2016, 02:38 (GMT+04:00)  An official with the Iranian Red Crescent Society said the IRCS has sent tons of humanitarian aid to Kyrgyzstan after a large quake in the Central Asian country last November, Irna reported.

Iran dispatches 9 tons of aid to Kyrgyzstan 31 JANUARY An official with the Iranian Red Crescent Society said the IRCS has sent tons of humanitarian aid to Kyrgyzstan after a large quake in the Central Asian country last November, Irna reported.

Kilian Kleinschmidt, one of the world’s leading authorities on humanitarian aid, thinks we should stop thinking of refugee camps as temporary places, noting that today’s average stay in the camps is 17 years. After working for the United Nations and United Nations High Commission for Refugees for 25 years, Kleinschmidt started his own aid consultancy(...)

Kilian Kleinschmidt, one of the world’s leading authorities on humanitarian aid, thinks we should stop thinking of refugee camps as temporary places, noting that today’s average stay in the camps is 17 years.

Refugee camps are the "cities of tomorrow", says humanitarian-aid expert. Read the full story on dezeen.com

Refugee camps are the "cities of tomorrow", says aid expert

Humanitarian experts propose turning refugee camps into enterprise zones called "Refugee cities"

The world cannot function without translators and interpreters: We help the public stay informed by interpreting for journalists; we keep everyone safe by translating terrorism chatter pulled from the airwaves; we assist with delivering humanitarian aid to those in need; we act as language bridges for armed forces; we ensure due process and justice in courts and tribunals; we facilitate truth and reconciliation proceedings; we keep peace negotiations going in various international forums…

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Governments should stop thinking about refugee camps as temporary places, says Kilian Kleinschmidt, one of the world's leading authorities on humanitarian aid. "These are the cities of tomorrow," said Kleinschmidt of Europe's rapidly expanding refugee camps. "The average stay today in a camp is 17 years. That's a generation." Read the full story on dezeen.com and tell us what you think in the comments section below. #architecture

“Humanitarian experts propose turning refugee camps into enterprise zones called "refugee cities"”

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