United Nations Honors Female Aid Workers On Tenth Anniversary Of World Humanitarian Day

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Every day, hundreds of thousands of humanitarian workers put their lives at risk to take action against corruption, disasters, and violence; of those workers, 250,000 are women. On World Humanitarian Day, take part in the global UN campaign #WomenHumanitarians to highlight 24 remarkable women.
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