Former UN ‘relief chief’ shares his secret to coping with crises: a ‘sunny gene’


From 2017 to 2021, Sir Mark Lowcock served as the UN’s “relief chief”, the world’s top humanitarian official. He talks to NPR about what inspired him and why crises are getting worse.

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Former UN 'relief chief' shares his secret to coping with crises: a 'sunny gene'


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