OCHA / COP28 HUMANITARIAN HUB

02-Dec-2023 00:02:02
The humanitarian impact of the climate crisis is under the spotlight in Dubai. In a COP first, UN humanitarian affairs coordination office OCHA inaugurated on Saturday the Humanitarian Hub, which will host more than 40 humanitarian events organized by dozens of organizations, including international and local NGOs as well as academic and financial institutions. OCHA
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STORY: OCHA / COP28 HUMANITARIAN HUB
TRT: 2:02
SOURCE: OCHA
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LANGUAGE: ENGLISH / NATS

DATELINE: 02 DECEMBER 2023, DUBAI, UAE
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1. Med shot, rapper and activist OMG performing
2. Wide shot, people in attendance
3. Med shot, rapper and activist OMG performing the song “My Sahel”
4. Wide shot, Humanitarian Hub at the COP28
5. Wide shot, Ms. Joyce Msuya walking to the podium
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Joyce Msuya, Assistant Secretary-General and Deputy Emergency Coordinator, OCHA:
“The launch of this hub could not be even more timely. It is a platform, particularly to champion the work of the community groups of the affected population.”
7. Wide shot, audience
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Joyce Msuya, Assistant Secretary-General and Deputy Emergency Coordinator, OCHA:
“We know there is no humanitarian solution to climate crisis, but in placeslike Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Myanmar, the Sahel, there cannot be a solution without humanitarians. And there is much, much more we need to do to act ahead of disasters, to build resilience at the same time as we are working to save lives, to work with, and through our local partners and to demonstrate to those in the greatest need that they are not facing the climate crisis alone.”
9. Wide shot, audience clapping to the music
10. Various shots, rapper OMG and Assistant Secretary-General Joyce Msuya dancing
STORYLINE
The humanitarian impact of the climate crisis is under the spotlight in Dubai. In a COP first, UN humanitarian affairs coordination office OCHA inaugurated on Saturday (2 Dec) the Humanitarian Hub, which will host more than 40 humanitarian events organized by dozens of organizations, including international and local NGOs as well as academic and financial institutions.

At the opening, rapper and activist OMG performed 'My Sahel', the song at the centre of initiative by OCHA and top Sahelian artist that aims to raise awareness and funding for humanitarian action across West Africa’s Sahel region.
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