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Hon. Patricia Hajabakiga"Countries in the East African Community should assist each other in the preparation for and response to disasters." (More)
Fine Tuitupou-Arnold"I see an immediate need for IDRL in the Pacific. It is everyone’s responsibility to be prepared for disasters." (More)
Anne Lice Hernandez Alba"Everybody wins when we manage relief in an intelligent way; unwanted relief does not help in an emergency." (More)
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