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Ensuring preparedness and security of health-care facilities in emergencies

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Source: International Committee of the Red Cross Country: World ICRC report intended to help hospitals prepare for and manage situations that could jeopardize maintaining the health of people affected by armed conflict and other emergencies. This publication is intended as a practical manual for governments, hospital managers and others concerned, with a view to helping them prepare for and manag

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UN Secretary-General Appoints Eugene Owusu of Ghana as Deputy Special Representative in South Sudan

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NEW YORK, July 28, 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- The United Nations mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) is pleased to announce the arrival of Eugene Owusu of Ghana as the new Deputy Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General, Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator, and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative to South Sudan. Eugene Owusu was appointed D

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IOM Evacuates Somalis from Yemen to Somalia

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GENEVA, Switzerland, July 28, 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- IOM's second evacuation flight from Yemen to Somalia arrived in Mogadishu at 07.45 on July 27, 2015. It had 272 passengers on board, of whom 196 requested further assistance and have been taken to an IOM transit / reception centre. The flight, which left Sana'a international airport on 26 July was coordinated by IOM offices

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ZBFH.zw | Cautionary Statement

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The Board of Directors of ZB Financial Holdings Limited (ZBFH) wishes to inform the Shareholders of the Company that the performance of the ZBFH Group for the four months ended 30 April 2015 reflected an improvement driven by a notable decrease in the Group’s operating costs. The performance was above the budget set for the period. Indications are that this trend is likely to be maintained

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ZSE market commentary | 22 July 2015

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Industrials The Industrial index was up 2.29 points (1.59%) to close at 145.99 points. DELTA (DLTA.zw) moved by $0.0325 to $1.0000; SEEDCO (SEED.zw) improved by $0.0125 to close at $1.0100 while HIPPO (HIPO.zw) was $0.0110 higher at $0.3910.Other movers were in ECONET (ECO.zw) which gained $0.0100 to close at $0.3400 and INNSCOR (INN.zw) put on $0.0037 to close at $0.6237. OLD MUTUAL (OML.zw) led

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ZSE market commentary | 27 July 2015

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Industrials The Industrial index opened the week lower at 145.79 points losing 0.11 points (0.08%). BARCLAYS (BARC.zw) shed $0.0030 to trade at $0.0400 and INNSCOR (INN.zw) marginally lost $0.0002 to $0.6200.Heavy weights DELTA (DLTA.zw), ECONET (ECO.zw) and NATFOODS (NTFD.zw) traded unchanged at $1.0000, $0.3400 and $3.0000 respectively. Trading in the positive territory, OK ZIMBABWE (OKZ.zw) sh

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UN Humanitarian Co-ordinator for Yemen calls for urgent funding boost

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Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Yemen Country: Yemen The humanitarian community’s ability to scale up and reach those in need will only be possible if parties to the conflict provide rapid, safe and unimpeded humanitarian access to all people in need, says Johannes Van Der Klaauw. (Aden, 27 July 2015) The humanitarian consequences of

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Tajik flood victims say help slow in coming

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Source: Institute for War and Peace Reporting Country: Tajikistan Flood-hit villagers in a remote, high-mountain region of Tajikistan say their government has been too slow in responding to devastating floods that have left many areas cut off.Government says it is mobilising aid but villagers say more is urgently needed. Flood-hit villagers in a remote, high-mountain region of Tajikistan say the

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