They are in a desperate situation. We need more helicopters to reach them. We need more helicopters soon. Those who have given helicopters, thank you. Others, give us more.
The important thing is that we give and that we as citizens also demand that our countries give generously to those who have been so hard hit.
We need additional resources. I want more from everybody but I do recognize that some Europeans and the Americans give us already a lot. There are others who should step up to the plate.
NATO is planning to increase its operations further, and will work closely with the Pakistan government and the United Nations in this regard.
These are atrocities of incalculable proportions. The whole world...must increase pressure on the government of Sudan to stop fighting and improve access for humanitarian groups.
We are humanitarian workers, we are apolitical, impartial. We hope to be successful in our dialogue (with Pyongyang) so we can have a phased end to the program.
It's really been a terrible year in terms of suffering and in terms of challenges. But it ends with a glimmer of hope.
The humanitarian situation in Zimbabwe is very serious. The need for international aid is big and growing.
It is unconscionable that the LRA is carrying out these vicious attacks on unarmed humanitarian worker.
North American pets get more investment per month than we have money for all our humanitarian operations in the world.
We must be acutely aware that all that has been built up by the thousands of relief workers and hundreds of millions of dollars in donor contributions could be destroyed, and we could be on the brink of losing this huge humanitarian operation.
It's by far the biggest humanitarian catastrophe of the Western hemisphere, and yet the plight of these people remains a largely untold story.
One of the possibilities we could have is international helicopters operating across the border.
Haiti is the most vulnerable society in the region and Cuba is one of the best prepared, if not the best prepared for natural disasters. The same hurricane which would take zero lives in Cuba would kill massively in Haiti.
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We receive reports now on a daily basis from our own people on the ground in Darfur on widespread atrocities and grave violations of human rights against the civilian population.
We need better coordination on the international side, just as they need better and more effective efforts on the Somali side. We have too many reconstruction and development assistance plans.
We have in Somalia, as in Iraq and Afghanistan, been individually targeted by extremist groups, which nearly made us leave Somalia completely.
We are also assisting the refugees who have fled across the border to Chad. As many of them have been subject to attacks by militia crossing from Sudan, UNHCR is mounting a major logistical operation to establish camps and transfer refugees away from the border zone.
The most important and urgent appeal we have to make is for an immediate cease-fire. Initial reports from the cease-fire talks being held in N'Djamena in Chad are not very encouraging.
Somaliland and Somalia at large have been receiving now hundreds of thousands of returnees that they had to accommodate with very small resources.
Our assistance in Somalia has been remarkably effective and successful, and we have helped with very small resources - a large group of people and we can now do even more.
No amount of humanitarian assistance can protect people from being attacked.
Many access roads are too dangerous for relief workers, preventing them from carrying out assessments or reaching people in need.
I think the biggest challenge for Somalia has been the sense that it is a hopeless case of incomprehensible internal conflicts and there is nothing we can do.
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