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    liberation to humanitarian crises with key players not being the armed military men and women but unsuspecting volunteers who use medicine and syringes as has been seen in Syria, Libya and other countries like Iraq whose disasters bear similar characteristics to a horrific movie. In this book, Rieff shows how organizations, which serve in humanitarian conflict, try to alleviate the suffering of the civilians in these countries. The book paints a clear yet pensive picture of the horrors and risks that humanitarian aid workers have to go through in the duty to serve humanity. At the beginning of the book, we learned that David Rieff writing was done at the height of world Trade Center destruction in New York City and having done more coverage on major disasters as…

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    policy that should be undertaken is an increase in the Syrian admission quota and humanitarian aid. Refugee Crisis Context According to the BBC, in early 2011, unrest arose in Syria due to the fatally violent action taken to stop pro-democracy demonstrators which led…

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    95% of wealth. The Haitian people are appealing for donations; due to this many organizations are collaborating with other organizations to help donate. Not only are organizations helping to donate any money and food aid groups are trying their best to help with hard-hit areas, while fearing that disease like cholera, tetanus, or waterborne diseases will kill the Haitian people more than the lack of food and shelters. Organizations are doing their best to help donate to the Haitian people…

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    This quote from a Nepalese affected by the Earthquake in 2015, shows that the international humanitarian system needs a fundamental reorientation from supplying aid to supporting and facilitating communities' own relief and recovery priorities. In addition Nigel Fisher, a former Humanitarian Coordinator talks in this Video, how listening to the voices of local communities affected by disaster is essential and a very important part of humanitarian response. “People who are affected and people…

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    epitome of freedom and democracy – a metaphorical pillar of hope and modernity. The hegemonic nature that nation-states, such as America, has carefully cultivated has allowed them to enjoy international influence in all aspects: political, economic, cultural and societal. Dominance in these areas have enabled Western nation states to shape the idea of what is ‘good’ off of their own ideals and values; thus creating, in contrast, a ‘bad’ to reflect the differences of other countries. These…

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    Poverty In Africa

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    people to help Africa. How severe is poverty in Africa? Many literatures would mention that Africa is the poorest continent on the planet. The graver reality is that majority of the world’s population is not aware of the devastating effects of poverty, people living in poverty suffer from hunger and are prone to diseases. Donating to Africa is not only a call for civic mercy but more of a humanitarian aid to the people who are victims of poverty. Packtor in 2014 reported that seventy-five…

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    The World Vision and Red Cross Canada, the two-development organization will be evaluating the engagement strategy through this assignment. Both are non – profit organization focus on humanitarians in worldwide. Even thought both focus on similar things but each of organization use many strategies that will help achieve the engagement with the audience. The reason why the organization should pay close attention to their audience’s need is simple: By making it easier for them to present their…

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    Humanitarian Services People all over the world are suffering from the effects of natural disasters, poverty, and war. There are two humanitarian organizations that offer a number of programs to assist those in need. The Cooperative for Assistance Relief Everywhere or C.A.R.E and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies or I.F.R.C, are two organizations that over relief to people all over the globe. Each of these organizations have several different programs…

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    Emergency Education

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    Only a few years ago, the idea of preserving education as a central part of all humanitarian efforts was but an afterthought in the minds of aid workers. Nicolai and Triplehorn (2003) state that it was the 1990 's when this crucial truth that education is the right of every child finally germinated and became the soul of humanitarian aid. This demonstrates the high degree of significance and worth that humanitarian aid organizations now place on continuing education in war-ravaged societies…

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    My Hope Research Paper

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    in North Kivu Province, Democratic Republic of Congo , after armed actors attacked one of their convoys and abducted two of their staff members they got them back and closed the search project. MSF helps people all over the world and provides all medical and equality help. No matter who they are or where they come from Doctors Without Borders helps everyone because it is their belief that everyone should have access to health care. I feel that MSF is doing an amazing job to help our world and…

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