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EU and UNOCHA Appeals for Protestion of Humanitarian Workers

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EU and UNOCHA Appeals for Protestion of Humanitarian Workers

by Storyful 2:22 mins

The European Commission Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection (ECHO) reports that attacks against humanitarians reached record levels last year yet humanitarians continue to help those in need in disaster, crisis and conflict. In the video above, produced to mark World Humanitarian Day, Under Secretary General Valerie Amos of UNOCHA honours the work humanitarians are undertaking to help those in need in an ever more riskier environment. Credit: European Community Humanitarian Office (ECHO)

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