UNHCR and IHP go hand in hand with emergency training in Revinge

REVINGE, Sweden, 7 March – Emergency responders from UN refugee agency, UNHCR, and partner organizations from around the globe had been operating from an International Humanitarian Partnership (IHP) base camp atop a frozen hill in Revinge to address the humanitarian needs of thousands of people fleeing their home country.

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IHP supports UN operations in Ethiopia

Hunger in the Horn of Africa is causing the UN to extend its relief efforts in Ethiopia. The UN World Food Programme has requested support from IHP to set up an accommodation and office compound in the UN headquarters in the southern part of the country.

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UN OCHA is deploying an UNDAC team to Tunisia

UN OCHA has deployed an UNDAC team (United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination) to Tunisia to assist with the humanitarian efforts in helping refugees from Libya.

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Base camp to Pakistan

Upon request from the United Nations IHP has sent a base camp to Pakistan to house 70 international aid workers in the southern part of the country.

The base camp will provide accommodation, kitchen and office facilities to the aid workers, who are participating in the relief work in the flooded Pakistan.

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IHP supports the United Nations in the Pakistan emergency

The International Humanitarian Partnership, IHP, will support UN OCHA after the major floods in Pakistan.

Three ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) modules, from Norway, Sweden and Denmark, have arrived in Pakistan. The purpose is to support UN OCHA (United Nations Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs). The IHP team is designed to assist the United Nations and to assess the needs for incoming international relief as well as coordinating the overall humanitarian effort after the floods in Pakistan.

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