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UN launches record $51.5 bn emergency funding appeal


"What we're planning to spend, hoping to spend, which for 2023, is 51.5 billion dollars," says UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Martin Griffiths, at a UN press conference in Geneva, Switzerland. The United Nations' annual Global Humanitarian Overview estimates that 339 million people worldwide will need some form of emergency assistance next year.

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