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Media centre Refworld Data Supply Chain Careers Share this page: About Us Figures at a Glance The High Commissioner Who We Help Where We Work History of UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award The 1951 Refugee Convention Governance and Oversight Prominent Supporters Resources for asylum-seekers in the United States Evaluation Service Attorney Resources Emergencies Afghanistan emergency Ethiopia Tigray emergency Burundi situation Coronavirus outbreak Central African Republic situation DR Congo emergency Displacement in Central America Nigeria emergency Rohingya emergency Sahel emergency South Sudan emergency Syria emergency Venezuela situation Yemen emergency What We Do The Global Compact on Refugees Our fight against sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment Advocacy Asylum and Migration Cash-Based Interventions Coordinating Assistance Education Ending Statelessness Environment, Disasters and Climate Change Innovation Livelihoods and Economic Inclusion Protection Public Health Safeguarding Individuals Shelter Solutions News and Stories Media Centre News Releases Newsletter: The Refugee Brief Stories Special Features This Land is Your Land Our Partners Government partners Non-Governmental Organizations Private sector Sport partners UN and International Institutions Additional partnerships Get Involved World Refugee Day Aiming Higher Youth with Refugees Art Contest Sign up and stay informed Model UN Refugee Challenge Global UNHCR search Search UNHCR Close search   Home News and Stories Stories Fleeing bandit attacks, Nigerian villagers seek safety in Niger Around 77,000 Nigerians have sought refuge in Niger's Maradi region, some 7,660 since the start of the year as banditry and armed attacks spread. By Selim Meddeb Hamrouni in Maradi, Niger  |  02 March 2021   |   Español   |   Français Nigerian refugee Aisha and her family are among thousands who fled to Maradi, Niger, to escape violence.   © UNHCR/Selim Meddeb Hamrouni Only a few days into 2021, gunmen attacked Rambadawa, in northern Nigeria, to loot the village and steal cattle. (...) Aisha, Abdoulaye’s heavily pregnant sister-in-law, was at home when she heard gunshots. See also:  Surging violence in Nigeria drives displacement to Niger “They were firing in all directions, people were fleeing for their lives.
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Media centre Refworld Data Supply Chain Careers Share this page: About Us Figures at a Glance The High Commissioner Who We Help Where We Work History of UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award The 1951 Refugee Convention UNHCR Representation in Malaysia Governance and Oversight Prominent Supporters Be a part of the UNHCR Malaysia team Evaluation Service Emergencies Afghanistan emergency Ethiopia Tigray emergency Burundi situation Coronavirus outbreak Central African Republic situation DR Congo emergency Displacement in Central America Nigeria emergency Rohingya emergency Sahel emergency South Sudan emergency Syria emergency Venezuela situation Yemen emergency What We Do Private Sector Partnerships The Global Compact on Refugees Our fight against sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment What We Do in Malaysia Community-based Protection in Malaysia Advocacy Asylum and Migration Cash-Based Interventions Coordinating Assistance Education Ending Statelessness Environment, Disasters and Climate Change Innovation Livelihoods and Economic Inclusion Protection Public Health Safeguarding Individuals Shelter Solutions News and Stories Media Centre News Releases Newsletter: The Refugee Brief Stories Special Features Stories in Malaysia News in Malaysia Our Partners UNCT in Malaysia Government partners Non-Governmental Organizations Private sector Sport partners UN and International Institutions Additional partnerships Get Involved World Refugee Day Aiming Higher Youth with Refugees Art Contest Sign up and stay informed Model UN Refugee Challenge Get Involved in Malaysia Volunteer in Malaysia Events in Malaysia Global UNHCR search Search UNHCR Close search   Home News and Stories Stories Fleeing bandit attacks, Nigerian villagers seek safety in Niger Around 77,000 Nigerians have sought refuge in Niger's Maradi region, some 7,660 since the start of the year as banditry and armed attacks spread. By Selim Meddeb Hamrouni in Maradi, Niger  |  02 March 2021   |   Español   |   Français Nigerian refugee Aisha and her family are among thousands who fled to Maradi, Niger, to escape violence.   © UNHCR/Selim Meddeb Hamrouni Only a few days into 2021, gunmen attacked Rambadawa, in northern Nigeria, to loot the village and steal cattle. (...) Aisha, Abdoulaye’s heavily pregnant sister-in-law, was at home when she heard gunshots. See also:  Surging violence in Nigeria drives displacement to Niger “They were firing in all directions, people were fleeing for their lives.
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Media centre Refworld Data Supply Chain Careers Share this page: About Us Figures at a Glance The High Commissioner Who We Help Where We Work History of UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award The 1951 Refugee Convention Governance and Oversight Prominent Supporters Resources for asylum-seekers in the United States Evaluation Service Attorney Resources Emergencies Afghanistan emergency Ethiopia Tigray emergency Burundi situation Coronavirus outbreak Central African Republic situation DR Congo emergency Displacement in Central America Nigeria emergency Rohingya emergency Sahel emergency South Sudan emergency Syria emergency Venezuela situation Yemen emergency What We Do The Global Compact on Refugees Our fight against sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment Advocacy Asylum and Migration Cash-Based Interventions Coordinating Assistance Education Ending Statelessness Environment, Disasters and Climate Change Innovation Livelihoods and Economic Inclusion Protection Public Health Safeguarding Individuals Shelter Solutions News and Stories Media Centre News Releases Newsletter: The Refugee Brief Stories Special Features This Land is Your Land Our Partners Government partners Non-Governmental Organizations Private sector Sport partners UN and International Institutions Additional partnerships Get Involved World Refugee Day Aiming Higher Youth with Refugees Art Contest Sign up and stay informed Model UN Refugee Challenge Global UNHCR search Search UNHCR Close search   Home News and Stories Stories Fleeing bandit attacks, Nigerian villagers seek safety in Niger Around 77,000 Nigerians have sought refuge in Niger's Maradi region, some 7,660 since the start of the year as banditry and armed attacks spread. By Selim Meddeb Hamrouni in Maradi, Niger  |  02 March 2021   |   Español   |   Français Nigerian refugee Aisha and her family are among thousands who fled to Maradi, Niger, to escape violence.   © UNHCR/Selim Meddeb Hamrouni Only a few days into 2021, gunmen attacked Rambadawa, in northern Nigeria, to loot the village and steal cattle. (...) Aisha, Abdoulaye’s heavily pregnant sister-in-law, was at home when she heard gunshots. See also:  Surging violence in Nigeria drives displacement to Niger “They were firing in all directions, people were fleeing for their lives.
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Media centre Refworld Data Supply Chain Careers Share this page: About Us Figures at a Glance The High Commissioner Who We Help Where We Work History of UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award The 1951 Refugee Convention Governance and Oversight Prominent Supporters UNHCR Multi-Country Representation in Canberra Evaluation Service Emergencies Afghanistan emergency Ethiopia Tigray emergency Burundi situation Coronavirus outbreak Central African Republic situation DR Congo emergency Displacement in Central America Nigeria emergency Rohingya emergency Sahel emergency South Sudan emergency Syria emergency Venezuela situation Yemen emergency What We Do The Global Compact on Refugees Our fight against sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment Advocacy Asylum and Migration Cash-Based Interventions Coordinating Assistance Education Ending Statelessness Environment, Disasters and Climate Change Innovation Livelihoods and Economic Inclusion Protection Public Health Safeguarding Individuals Shelter Solutions News and Stories Media Centre News Releases Newsletter: The Refugee Brief Stories Special Features Our Partners Government partners Non-Governmental Organizations Private sector Sport partners UN and International Institutions Additional partnerships Get Involved World Refugee Day Aiming Higher Youth with Refugees Art Contest Sign up and stay informed Model UN Refugee Challenge Human lives, Human rights Global UNHCR search Search UNHCR Close search   Home News and Stories Stories Fleeing bandit attacks, Nigerian villagers seek safety in Niger Around 77,000 Nigerians have sought refuge in Niger's Maradi region, some 7,660 since the start of the year as banditry and armed attacks spread. By Selim Meddeb Hamrouni in Maradi, Niger  |  02 March 2021   |   Español   |   Français Nigerian refugee Aisha and her family are among thousands who fled to Maradi, Niger, to escape violence.   © UNHCR/Selim Meddeb Hamrouni Only a few days into 2021, gunmen attacked Rambadawa, in northern Nigeria, to loot the village and steal cattle. (...) Aisha, Abdoulaye’s heavily pregnant sister-in-law, was at home when she heard gunshots. See also:  Surging violence in Nigeria drives displacement to Niger “They were firing in all directions, people were fleeing for their lives.
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‘Shadow’ of persistent inequality is growing, key UN human development report reveals | | 1UN News Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Language العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Português Kiswahili Other Hindi हिंदी Global UN News Global perspective Human stories Search Search Advanced Search Main navigation Home Africa Americas Asia Pacific Middle East Europe UN Art and Gifts History Corner Topics Peace and Security Economic Development Humanitarian Aid Climate and Environment Human Rights UN Affairs Women Law and Crime Prevention Health Culture and Education SDGs Migrants and Refugees In depth Interviews Features Photo Stories News in Brief The Lid is On UN Gender Focus UN and Africa UN Podcasts Secretary-General Spokesperson All Statements Selected Speeches Press Encounters Official Travels Media UN Video UN Photo Meeting Coverage Media Accreditation Webtv Audio and Subscription Audio Hub Subscribe ‘Shadow’ of persistent inequality is growing, key UN human development report reveals FAO/Andrew Esiebo A woman tends to her herd of goats in Niger, a country in Sub-Saharan Africa that recorded the lowest Human Development Index (HDI) value in 2017. (...) “Inequality in all its forms and dimensions, between and within countries, limits people’s choices and opportunities, withholding progress,” explained Selim Jahan, Director of the Human Development Report Office at UNDP. (...) Inequality in all its forms and dimensions, between and within countries, limits people’s choices and opportunities, withholding progress – Selim Jahan, UNDP Furthermore, while there has been “laudable progress” in the number of girls attending school, there remain big differences in other key aspects of men and women’s lives – for instance labour force participation rates for women globally are lower than for men – 49 per cent, versus 75 per cent.
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Media centre Refworld Data Supply Chain Careers Share this page: About Us Figures at a Glance The High Commissioner Who We Help Where We Work History of UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award The 1951 Refugee Convention Governance and Oversight Prominent Supporters UNHCR Multi-Country Representation in Canberra Evaluation Service Emergencies Ukraine emergency Afghanistan emergency Ethiopia Tigray emergency Burundi situation COVID-19 pandemic Central African Republic situation DR Congo emergency Displacement in Central America Nigeria emergency Rohingya emergency Sahel emergency South Sudan emergency Syria emergency Venezuela situation Yemen emergency What We Do The Global Compact on Refugees Tackling sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment Advocacy Asylum and Migration Cash-Based Interventions Coordinating Assistance Education Ending Statelessness Environment, Disasters and Climate Change Innovation Livelihoods and Economic Inclusion Protection Public Health Safeguarding Individuals Shelter Solutions News and Stories Media Centre News Releases Newsletter: The Refugee Brief Stories Special Features Announcements Our Partners Governments Non-Governmental Organizations Private sector Sport partners UN and International Institutions Additional partnerships Get Involved World Refugee Day Aiming Higher Youth with Refugees Art Contest Sign up and stay informed Model UN Refugee Challenge Human lives, Human rights Global UNHCR search Search UNHCR Close search   Home News and Stories Stories Fleeing bandit attacks, Nigerian villagers seek safety in Niger Around 77,000 Nigerians have sought refuge in Niger's Maradi region, some 7,660 since the start of the year as banditry and armed attacks spread. By Selim Meddeb Hamrouni in Maradi, Niger  |  02 March 2021   |   Español   |   Français Nigerian refugee Aisha and her family are among thousands who fled to Maradi, Niger, to escape violence.   © UNHCR/Selim Meddeb Hamrouni Only a few days into 2021, gunmen attacked Rambadawa, in northern Nigeria, to loot the village and steal cattle. (...) Aisha, Abdoulaye’s heavily pregnant sister-in-law, was at home when she heard gunshots. See also:  Surging violence in Nigeria drives displacement to Niger “They were firing in all directions, people were fleeing for their lives.
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Score: 1116526.4 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-au/ne...llagers-seek-safety-niger.html
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Media centre Refworld Data Supply Chain Careers Share this page: About Us Figures at a Glance The High Commissioner Who We Help Where We Work History of UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award The 1951 Refugee Convention Governance and Oversight Prominent Supporters Evaluation Service Emergencies Afghanistan emergency Ethiopia Tigray emergency Burundi situation Coronavirus outbreak Central African Republic situation DR Congo emergency Displacement in Central America Nigeria emergency Rohingya emergency Sahel emergency South Sudan emergency Syria emergency Venezuela situation Yemen emergency What We Do UNHCR UK information and links on Afghanistan Situation The Nationality and Borders Bill UNHCR UK FAQs on COVID-19 in Relation to Refugees and Asylum Seekers The Global Compact on Refugees Our fight against sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment Frequently asked questions for asylum seekers and refugees in the UK Advocacy Asylum and Migration Cash-Based Interventions Coordinating Assistance Education Ending Statelessness Environment, Disasters and Climate Change Innovation Livelihoods and Economic Inclusion Protection Public Health Safeguarding Individuals Shelter Solutions News and Stories Ties that Bind: Community Sponsorship in the UK Goal Click Refugees Refugee Week 2021 Media Centre News Releases Newsletter: The Refugee Brief Stories Special Features Announcements A Great British Welcome Our Partners Private Sector Partners - UK United Kingdom for UNHCR Government partners Non-Governmental Organizations Private sector Sport partners UN and International Institutions Additional partnerships Get Involved World Refugee Day Aiming Higher Youth with Refugees Art Contest Community Sponsorship Sign up and stay informed Model UN Refugee Challenge Supporting refugees in the UK Become a Supporter Global UNHCR search Search UNHCR Close search   Home News and Stories Stories Fleeing bandit attacks, Nigerian villagers seek safety in Niger Around 77,000 Nigerians have sought refuge in Niger's Maradi region, some 7,660 since the start of the year as banditry and armed attacks spread. By Selim Meddeb Hamrouni in Maradi, Niger  |  02 March 2021   |   Español   |   Français Nigerian refugee Aisha and her family are among thousands who fled to Maradi, Niger, to escape violence.   © UNHCR/Selim Meddeb Hamrouni Only a few days into 2021, gunmen attacked Rambadawa, in northern Nigeria, to loot the village and steal cattle. (...) Aisha, Abdoulaye’s heavily pregnant sister-in-law, was at home when she heard gunshots. See also:  Surging violence in Nigeria drives displacement to Niger “They were firing in all directions, people were fleeing for their lives.
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The children’s courts expedite the trial of children in conflict with the law with a view to releasing them from juvenile detention centres to avoid their possible infection with COVID-19. (...) UNICEF works actively with the Supreme Court Special Committee on Child Rights and the Ministry of Law Justice and Parliamentary Affairs for improved justice for children, including child-friendly courts. (...) UNICEF stands ready to assist authorities in the release of children, including through identifying safe conditions.  Media contacts Faria Selim UNICEF Bangladesh Tel: +8801817586096 Email: fselim@unicef.org About UNICEF UNICEF promotes the rights and wellbeing of every child, in everything we do.
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Participants who need support from the host country to obtain an entry visa should provide their passport information and fax number, using the Visa Support Form in Annex 3 to: Ms. Shahira Selim, Senior Programme Officer, International Relations, NTRA, (Tel: +20235344163, Mobile: +201223196286, E-mail: shahiras@tra.gov.eg ), before 9 April 2012. 13 Accommodation and Transportation: Participants will be responsible for meeting their accommodation costs. (...) Customs regulations Please provide shipment information, customs regulations, etc. for the expedition of documentation and material destined for participants. The Egyptian Customs Law can be found here : http://www.mof.gov.eg/SiteCollectionDocuments/Customs%20Law.pdf Local host contacts: Samar Sobeih Senior Programme Officer International Relations Department The National Telecom Regulatory Authority (NTRA) Tel: +20 2 35344 163 E-mail: samars@tra.gov.eg Ms. Shahira Selim Senior Programme Officer International Relations Department The National Telecom Regulatory Authority (NTRA) Tel: +20 2 35344 163 Mobile: +20 1223196286 E-mail: shahiras@tra.gov.eg List of suggested hotels in Cairo 1.
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