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Humanitarian Bulletin Middle East and North Africa Issue 09 | July– August 2013 Highlights
- Aid workers in the MENA region face significant security risks, with local staff impacted the most. This is leading to improvements in security management. 

- The humanitarian situation in Gaza has deteriorated following new restrictions at Rafah crossing and the closure of many tunnels.
Aid workers in the MENA
region face significant
security risks, with local
staff impacted the most.
This is leading to
improvements in security
management.
 The humanitarian situation
in Gaza has deteriorated
following new restrictions at
Rafah crossing and the
closure of many tunnels.
- Aid workers in the MENA region face significant security risks, with local staff impacted the most.
This is leading to improvements in security management.
- The humanitarian situation in Gaza has deteriorated following new restrictions at Rafah crossing and the closure of many tunnels.

Aid workers in the MENA
region face significant
security risks, with local
staff impacted the most.
This is leading to
improvements in security
management.
 The humanitarian situation
in Gaza has deteriorated
following new restrictions at
Rafah crossing and the
closure of many tunnels.
Aid workers in the MENA
region face significant
security risks, with local
staff impacted the most.
This is leading to
improvements in security
management.
 The humanitarian situation
in Gaza has deteriorated
following new restrictions at
Rafah crossing and the
closure of many tunnels.

Download: English version | Arabic version

Regional Snapshot

Aid workers in the MENA
region face significant
security risks, with local
staff impacted the most.
This is leading to
improvements in security
management.
 The humanitarian situation
in Gaza has deteriorated
following new restrictions at
Rafah crossing and the
closure of many tunnels.
Download: English version | Arabic version


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