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Media Release: Humanitarian NewsCuratr

Monday, Feb 20, 2017
by Humanitarian Institute


'Humanitarian NewsCuratr' is the first International Development news service curated by Humanitarian professionals for Humanitarian professionals.

Humanitarian Institute has partnered with NewsCuratr to curate a trustworthy sector news service. It’s been developed in direct response to the slew of questionable news sources and information overload.

The news sources included have been curated by CEO & Founder, Cory Steinhauer, and a network of UN professionals. Humanitarian NewsCuratr includes:

Top Global and Regional Humanitarian newsLatest UN and NGO jobsTop Tweets from #globaldev and #humanitarianA weekend edition with long-form articles, blogs, interactive data, and photo journals

The Humanitarian NewsCuratr optimises for three areas:

Trust - be confident in the Humanitarian news you consume, with knowledge that this service has been curated by International Development experts.Time - be effective and efficient with how you stay informed.Professional Development - be pragmatic with furthering your knowledge and understanding of the Humanitarian sector.

Humanitarian NewsCuratr improves how you consume sector news and the quality of news you regularly consume.

Cut through the noise and stay informed.

Subscribe now to become a free member of Humanitarian NewsCuratr.

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