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UNICEF seeks stakeholder collaboration in Benue – The Sun Nigeria

By Rose Ejembi, Makurdi The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has sought the collaboration of religious and community leaders in Benue State to improve birth registration. The Head of UNICEF Field Office in Enugu, Dr Ibrahim Conteh said this Friday during a day of stakeholder engagement with religious, traditional and …

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UNICEF calls for attitude change in under-5 birth registration in Benue – The Sun Nigeria

By Rose Ejembi, Makurdi The United Nations Children’s Fund UNICEF has called for a change of attitude in the registration of children under five in Benue State, pointing out that currently birth registration of children under 5 in the state is very poor. The Head of UNICEF Enugu Field Office, …

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3 UNICEF Suggestions on Personal Care for Parents to Make Children Happy

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund or Unicef in short, is an organization under the auspices of the United Nations that has focused on the well-being and condition of children. UNICEF’s attention is not limited to children, but also to parents. Because the well-being of parents …

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Children affected by Typhoon Odette face an uncertain new year

As Filipino families come together to welcome 2022, 846,000 children need help after their homes were destroyed by Typhoon Odette. A more infectious strain of Covid-19 and heavy, continuous rainfall over typhoon-affected areas pose an additional danger and may further slow aid efforts. Working with the Philippine government, UNICEF Representative …

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From women’s empowerment to global epidemiology: here are six in-house courses to consider for the spring semester 2022

Looking for an interesting course taught by your peers? Here is a list of six open house courses you can take for the spring semester 2022. The UNICEF Humanitarian Revolution: An Innovative Approach to Social Impact Taught by Alice Wu, Friedl Bldg 216, Th 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. This home-based …

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Reading resident supports UNICEF in organizing fundraiser

THE PRESIDENT of Maidenhead Rotary has picked up a “shocking” amount of trash during his ongoing fundraiser. Martin Trepte, 56, of Woodley, Reading, started the 1,000 mile challenge on July 1, when he became club president, to benefit UNICEF‘s Yemen Crisis Appeal. After six months he’s already covered over 800 …

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AC Milan and UNICEF team up for South Sudan as special shirt inducted into Mondo Milan museum

To mark the Club 122nd birthday, AC Milan – Going through Fondazione Milan – celebrates its commitment to social responsibility, a key value of the Club, with the announcement of a charitable project in collaboration with Unicef for children in South Sudan. At the heart of the initiative is the …

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LuisaViaRoma President presents growth plans for 2022

Dua Lipa performs live at the LuisaViaRoma for Unicef ​​Party at Eden Rock on December 29, 2021 in … [+] St Barth. (Photo by Craig Barritt / Getty Images for LuisaViaRoma) Getty Images for LuisaViaRoma About two weeks before their December 29e gala, Italian retailer LuisaViaRoma traveled to the French-ruled …

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Two Indian photographers win first and second prizes

For the 22nd year in a row, UNICEF Germany organized the international UNICEF Photo of the Year competition. It honors photos and photo sets by professional photojournalists who exceptionally document children’s personalities and circumstances. To participate in the competition, photographers must be nominated by an internationally renowned photography expert. An …

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UNICEF brings glaring imbalance in global deployment of Covid-19 vaccine in Irish cities – Connacht Tribune – Galway City Tribune:

The total number of fully vaccinated people in Uganda – with its population of nearly 46 million – is the same as that of Galway. But in the vast African state, that’s just 0.45% of the population. It’s the shocking analogy deployed by UNICEF this week to show how vulnerable …

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