1.1 Billion pledged in Humanitarian Aid for Yemen & other topics (Daily Briefing 25 April 2017)



Daily Press Briefing: Yemen, DSG Travels, South Sudan, DR Congo, Iraq, Afghanistan, Nutrition, UNDP, Malaria, Cyprus.

Highlights of the Daily Press Briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary General:

-$1.1BILLION RAISED AT PLEDGING CONFERENCE FOR YEMEN AN ENCOURAGING SIGNAL – U.N. CHIEF
-IN GENEVA, DEPUTY SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSES REGIONAL FORUM ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
-U.N. SENIOR OFFICIAL STRESSES NEED FOR POLITICAL SOLUTION AMID INTENSIFYING CONFLICT IN SOUTH SUDAN
-U.N. RELIEF AGENCY LAUNCHES $64.5 MILLION APPEAL FOR DR CONGO
-U.N. HUMANITARIAN AGENCIES CONTINUE TO RESPOND TO CIVILIAN DISPLACEMENT IN IRAQ
-U.N. WELCOMES PROGRESS MADE AGAINST CORRUPTION IN AFGHANISTAN
-SOMALIA: UNICEF LAUNCHES EMERGENCY VACCINATION CAMPAIGN AGAINST MEASLES IN BAIDOA
-UNDERNUTRITION AND OBESITY COSTING LATIN AMERICA BILLIONS OF DOLLARS – U.N. STUDY
-U.N. PARTNERS WITH BIKE SHARING PLATFORM TO RAISE AWARENESS ON CLIMATE CHANGE
-ON WORLD MALARIA DAY, U.N. HEALTH AGENCY UNVEILS PILOT PROGRAMME FOR WORLD’S FIRST MALARIA VACCINE
-IN RESPONSE TO QUESTION ON CYPRUS

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