• Business Guide | Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis

    La situazione della sicurezza in Ucraina si è notevolmente deteriorata dopo il lancio dell'offensiva militare da parte della Federazione Russa lo scorso 24 febbraio. L'intensa escalation militare ha provocato perdite di vite umane, feriti e spostamenti di massa della popolazione civile in tutta l'Ucraina e nei paesi vicini, nonché una grave distruzione e un diffuso danneggiamento delle infrastrutture civili e delle abitazioni.

  • Business Guide | Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis

    The security situation in Ukraine deteriorated rapidly following the launch of a Russian Federation military offensive on 24 February 2022. The intense military escalation has resulted in loss of life, injuries and mass movement of the civilian population throughout Ukraine and to neighbouring countries, as well as severe destruction and damage to civilian infrastructure and residential housing. For a rapid scale-up of principled and effective humanitarian response in existing and new areas of Ukraine for a duration of three months from March to May 2022, humanitarian partners require US$1.1 billion to help more than 6 million people in need.

    » Learn how the private sector can help in this brief OCHA Business Guide to the Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis.

  • COP 27: 3 key actions for the private sector on climate change

    As the world faces many economic, political and climate-related challenges, the upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 27) is more important than ever. From higher food prices and fuel costs to a lack of financing and political cohesion to tackle these challenges, we find ourselves in a global bind.

    COP 27 is about closing the gap between ambition and action. At this defining moment, the UN Global Compact, the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative, aims to accelerate private sector action to prevent the worst impacts of the climate crisis.