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A new study of 8 countries in Europe & Central Asia reveals how #disasters affect not only households’ physical assets, but also their income levels and ability to contribute to the local economy: http://wrld.bg/QFwX50FDPj4 #OverlookedReport

I’m honoured to start today as @UNReliefChief. From the pandemic, to conflicts, to climate change, humanitarian work has never been more needed. I will listen to, and speak up for, people whose lives are on the very edge.

MapAction Fundraising Director Ian Davis, 56, only started #C25K in April '20 but is now attempting the #LondonMarathon. He said 'MapAction's team can go under the radar but they inspire me, even to attempt the #VLM if it means support to more crises.' https://bit.ly/3rOe16A

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The Philippine-@NDRRMC_OpCen and @civildefensePH will host its first virtual International Disaster Resilience Forum (IDRF) on July 29-30, 2021 as part of the observance of the National Disaster Resilience Month (NDRM).

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Great to have worked w @globalnetworkdr partners in Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Nepal & Niger to aid #geospatial insight & mapping for urban humanitarian projects, particularly to help keep people displaced by e.g. #climatechange safer. Thanks to @USAIDSavesLives for making it possible

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