Mark Lowcock, The New Humanitarian (formerly IRIN)

Mark Lowcock

The New Humanitarian (formerly IRIN)

New York, NY, United States

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Past:
  • The New Humanitarian (formerly IRIN)
  • CNN
  • Thomson Reuters Fdn

Past articles by Mark:

The female face of Southern Africa’s climate crisis

Women and girls are disproportionately affected by climate change, therefore put their needs at the centre of the response, argues UN aid chief Mark Lowcock. → Read More

CNN

We're running out of time and money to help the children of Yemen

Donors pledged $2.6 billion Tuesday for humanitarian action in Yemen. But far more is still needed to help children liken an extraordinary little boy named Fawaz, who I met in November in a hospital in Aden. → Read More

CNN

UN humanitarian chief: It's not too late to save Yemen from apocalypse

Rebuilding the war-shattered economy and creating jobs and livelihoods in Yemen is the work of decades, but it's time to begin, writes Mark Lowcock, United Nations undersecretary-general for humanitarian affairs and emergency relief coordinator. → Read More

CNN

UN humanitarian chief: Why I'm visiting North Korea

UN humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock, who is visiting North Korea this week, says the world has overlooked the humanitarian crisis that has taken hold in the DPRK. → Read More

In the line of fire

Wars have rules. It is time to enforce these rules, rather than have brave aid workers needlessly risk their lives, and too many of the most vulnerable to be left ... → Read More

In the line of fire

Wars have rules. It is time to enforce these rules, rather than have brave aid workers needlessly risk their lives, and too many of the most vulnerable to be left ... → Read More

In the line of fire

We cannot tolerate our colleagues being targeted deliberately or harmed indiscriminately. The system must change → Read More

In the line of fire

We cannot tolerate our colleagues being targeted deliberately or harmed indiscriminately. The system must change → Read More

In the line of fire

We cannot tolerate our colleagues being targeted deliberately or harmed indiscriminately. The system must change → Read More

Internally displaced people must not be left behind

More than 40 out of the 65 million people forced to flee their homes because of violence and conflict are internally displaced → Read More