Here’s a selection of photos and videos you may have missed posted on UN social media accounts from around the UN system over the past few weeks and shared with our social media team.  Thank you to all who contributed!

This is Sahra with her baby Anas who is at last getting the special food he needs in Kismayo, Somalia.  Thanks to WFP for posting this photo and more on their Twitter page.

This week the World Food Programme (WFP) shared this photo from Kismayo, Somalia, along with an announcement that they were able to begin distributing food there for the first time in four years.  Thanks to the @WFP_Africa for posting this photo and more on their Twitter account.

Daily, hundreds of trucks – with some of them carrying only tents – enter a camp in Zaatri, Jordan to meet the needs of some 70,000 Syrians. Thanks to our UNHCR colleague Andrew Harper for posting this and more on his Twitter account.

Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs, Jeffrey Feltman recently visited Somalia for the first time. Thanks to United Nations Political Office for Somalia for posting this photo and more in this Flickr photo gallery.

In Jordan, work is progressing on a second refugee site at Halabat to meet the needs of Syrians fleeing the confict. Thanks to our UNHCR colleague Andrew Harper for posting this and more on his Twitter account.

Mine Action staff working in Darfur held an “open day” to demonstrate their work to local people Update from Darfur — check out this photo gallery showcasing their efforts to make the world a safer place.  See more images in this photo gallery.  Thanks to United Nations Mine Action Service for posting this photo and more on their Facebook page. United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) recently delivered water filters, hygiene kits, medicines, potable water and toys to 40 orphans in Gonâive Island, Haiti. Thanks to @MINUSTAHmedia for posting this photo and more on their Twitter account.

The UN Development Programme (UNDP) Administrator Helen Clark got a ride in a solar car with Tihomir Tomcic, head of Vice Vlatkovic vocational school in Croatia. Thanks to @UNDP Croatia for posting this photo and more on their Twitter account.

The World Food Programme (WFP) uses donkeys and mules to transport food to cut-off communities in Nepal. Thanks to @WFPLogistcs for posting this photo and more on their Twitter account.

Michael Kors, the World Food Programme and many more notables—including Bette Midler, Seth Myers, Olivia Munn, Patti Hansen and Karolína Kurková—are coming together to put an end to “the world’s most solvable problem” — hunger.  The video above explains more about the new “Watch Hunger Stop” campaign.

A Syrian refugee smiles as she carries WFP food home to her family.  Thanks to WFP for posting this photo and more on their Twitter page.

A Syrian refugee smiles as she carries food from the World Food Programme (WFP) home to her family. Thanks to @WFP for posting this photo and more on their Twitter page.

In this new video, Stevie Wonder talks about his work as a human rights campaigner, musician & UN Messenger of Peace. He also talks about how technology is providing important solutions to difficulties faced by people with disabilities in 2013.

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Behind all the news stories, take a look at the human face of what is happening in Mali.  See more photos on the UNCHR (@Refugees) Instragram page

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