World Humanitarian Day

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World Humanitarian Day 2020

This year, COVID-19 has posed the biggest challenge to the world and to humanitarian operations. On this special day World Humanitarian Day, we would like to honour all aid and health workers who risk their lives to ensure that everyone has access to health services, testing and treatment, protective equipment, and medication during the COVID-19 pandemic.

They are the people you may know from your village or town, who have been working tirelessly on the ground to bring vaccines to children, monitor the health of elderly, help mothers deliver babies safely, lead contact tracing and surveillance activities, and provide psycho-social support in times of conflict, pandemic, and natural disasters.

We have realized more than ever the truth of interconnection between the world and nature, among people, places and sectors. We’ve always been connected and this realization of connection which leads to human empathy, collective action, cooperation and humanitarian deeds will be the key to tackle global challenges.

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