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06.04.00 – WATER TRANSPORT AND SHIPPING

UNHCR / MIGRANTS RESCUE MEDITERRANEAN SEA

In 2013, over 600,000 asylum seekers have asked for protection around the world, one third of them in Europe. Germany thus became the largest asylum seekers recipient country in the developed world. UNHCR

21 Mar 2014 | Read More »

UN / LIBYA

The Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution condemning attempts to illicitly export crude oil from Libya and imposing sanctions on vessels involved in such efforts. UNTV

19 Mar 2014 | Read More »

IFAD / WATER CONFERENCE ADVANCER

At World Water Week inStockholm next week, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) will promote ways to produce more food despite increasing water scarcity. IFAD

24 Aug 2012 | Read More »

UN / OCEANS

United Nations Secretary-General   Ban Ki-moon Sunday (12 August) launched a new initiative to protect the oceans and the people whose livelihoods depend on it, and called on countries to work together to achieve a more sustainable management of this precious resource and address the threats it is currently facing. WORLD BANK / TELEVICIONMALDIVES

13 Aug 2012 | Read More »

IMO / TITANIC ANNIVERSARY

One hundred years after the sinking of the Titanic, the head of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) warned that there are still “dangers and perils” associated with sea travel today. IMO

13 Apr 2012 | Read More »

DR CONGO / HIV/AIDS

UN HIV/AIDS prevention campaign targeting river transport users in the Democratic Republic of the Congo reaches 8,000 people and distributes 36,300 condoms in ports stretching from Kinshasa to Mbandaka. MONUC

15 Mar 2010 | Read More »

 

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