The Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in collaboration with UN OCHA an UNDP, hosted the Advancing the New Way of Working Working (NWOW) Workshop in İstanbul on 18-19 May 2017. The NWOW is an initiative which was among the most important outcomes of the World Humanitarian Sumnmit held in May last year and is coherent with Turkey’s development oriented humanitarian approach. On the occasion of the NWOW Istanbul Workshop and in commemoration of the first anniversarry of the WHS, a High Level Panel on the post summit process was also held.
Second workshop within the context of “New Way of Working” initiative, which was launched at the World Humanitarian Summit to seek ways of coordination between humanitarian and development aid, was held in Copenhagen on 13-14 March 2017. In addition to relevant UN agencies (OCHA, UNDP, UNICEF, UNHCR) officials and representatives from Ministries of Foreign Affairs, EU delegations, Red Cross and Red Crescent societies, financial institutions including World Bank and NGOs attended the workshop.
UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA hosted a workshop on 18-19 January 2017 in Dakar within the context of “New Way of Working” (NWOW) initiative, which was launched at the World Humanitarian Summit to seek ways of coordination between humanitarian and development aid.
'Turkey is one of the countries - with its open-door policy - from which Europe should take lessons,' says Guy Ryder
At least 125 United Nations member states gather in Istanbul on Monday and Tuesday to address intl humanitarian concerns
According to UN data, 130 million people around world need humanitarian aid, says Under-Secretary-General Stephen O’Brien
At least 125 United Nations member states to gather in Istanbul on Monday and Tuesday
Two days before World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, presidential spokesman stresses Turkey's commitment to Syrian refugees
Oktay speaks of Turkish disaster management agency's plans for World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul next week
Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) implemented 349 projects in Palestine since 2005.
Gathering will be first of its kind since the UN founding
President of the Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD) Fuat Oktay said that all Syrian girls living in 26 refugee camps set up in 10 different provinces of Turkey attend schools