Just as it takes a village to raise a child, we must collectively come together to support those facing humanitarian crises.
As we face record-high humanitarian needs around the world this World Humanitarian Day #WHD2022, it is with deep gratitude that I recognize and praise the dedication of essential frontline staff, who deliver lifesaving assistance without hesitation each day.
I am honoured to thank our various Wellbeing Foundation Africa partner stakeholders and governmental organizations such as UNHCR, UNFPA, UNDP, UNEP and stand for the safety and security of humanitarian workers and for principled humanitarian action.
As Inaugural Global Health Ambassador of WHO Foundation, I echo the need for our global health community and private sector partners to power health emergency preparedness to reach true health equity.
#Ittakesavillage to support people in need, and health-care workers, including the WBFA #midwives #nurses #doctors and #staff are central to humanitarian action. They go wherever vulnerable people are.
📸 Adagom Refugee Resettlement Community, Cross River State, Nigeria 2021