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Albania to launch private sector alliance to boost humanitarian aid

In July, the number of people in need of humanitarian aid hit a record 360 million, according to the UN.

In July, the number of people in need of humanitarian aid hit a record 360 million, according to the UN. Image: REUTERS/Baz Ratner

Spencer Feingold
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Baggage handlers offload humanitarian aid in the Democratic Republic of Congo in March 2023.
Baggage handlers offload humanitarian aid in the Democratic Republic of Congo in March 2023. Image: REUTERS/Arlette Bashizi
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