U.N.'s new campaign tells aid workers' firsthand stories through your Facebook page



The United Nations wants you to “donate” your social media accounts to amplify the voices of aid workers and crisis survivors around the world.

As part of the leadup to World Humanitarian Day on Aug. 19, the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) launched the #ShareHumanity campaign on Thursday. You can sign up to have your Twitter or Facebook account automatically post a first-person narrative of a humanitarian crisis; each story comes through your feed in a series of posts staggered over the course of six hours.

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Source: Mashable Social Media

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