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It will also protect your family, your students and their families. You will be required to keep taking precautions after vaccination, but feeling safer will definitely make you feel better!   (...) As we move on, the school community will learn and adapt.   Acquire new skills and appreciate the ones you already have Teachers, across the globe, were largely unprepared to support the continuity of learning mostly because of limited digital skills. Acquiring and mastering new skills will help you in the professional journey and will provide greater confidence and comfort in work.
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Score: 877356.5 - https://www.unicef.org/azerbai...h-and-well-being-tips-teachers
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• Direct to households – From family members working abroad – From non-working family members abroad – From non-family members • Via a charitable institution Workers abroad • Seasonal workers eg fruit pickers, tourism workers • Border workers - do we want these in? • Compensation of employees • Long term expatriates • Workers’ remittances Other transfers direct to HH • Irregular gifts, not necessarily from close family • Regular gifts from non-family eg adopt a child schemes • Lottery winnings • Alimony payments etc • Pensions Transfers • Previous are current transfers • Also have capital transfers, funds sent to acquire capital asset eg house, business premises, vehicles for business • (Not migrants’ transfers) Funds via charities • National channel for remittances from diaspora • Disaster relief funds What do we have now? (...) • Propensity to remit for different population groups – Regularly – Occasionally And.. • Information on former workers who have a pension entitlement payable abroad • Assets held by non-residents Who receives? • Family • Fellow nationals • Means work with data broken down by nationality • Miss remittances/transfers to unrelated countries Glimmer of hope • Some countries may be able to give destination of some types of remittances How dismal is the situation?
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Score: 873816.2 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...s/pdf/expert/8/Harrison_pp.pdf
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“The parents of children growing up in poverty do not have money for private lessons, and often do not have a family member or friend who can explain things to their children,” says UNICEF young reporter Nastasja Gluščević .   (...) I believe that this number of hours could be reduced if there was a better choice of free, extracurricular activities for children and young people, and this would help them acquire faster knowledge and skills that will enable them to find a better job when they grow up and to not be poor,” says UNICEF young reporter Andrija Zeković. (...) Read the story Article The Prilike programme helped Igor choose his profession A secondary school graduate from Bar is participating in a programme that offers teenagers training and support in choosing their future profession Read the story Article Sanela is connecting a Roma family with the local community One home-visit nurse from Podgorica is acquiring skills for working with vulnerable groups, thanks to UNICEF training Read the story Footer UNICEF Montenegro Home Publications and surveys Stories Campaigns About us Our Representative Our Goodwill Ambassador Media Center Ethical guidelines Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 872425.1 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...-people-reducing-child-poverty
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“Now that I have Thai nationality, the land ownership can be rightfully transferred to my name.” Sai acquired his citizenship in June 2021 under Article 7 bis Paragraph 2 of Thailand’s Nationality Law. (...) Important reforms to Thailand’s nationality and civil registration laws in 2008, 2016 and 2019 have provided a route to restore nationality to those deprived of it, or unable to acquire it. “I felt disheartened to hear this kind of bullying since I was born in Thailand, and I have the right to be a Thai.” (...) There is no reason for you to speak.” Since acquiring Thai nationality, Sai feels that he has gained a voice and wants to support his other family members to become Thai nationals, too.
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Score: 871856.6 - https://www.unhcr.org/asia/new...stories/2021/11/61833e874.html
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“Now that I have Thai nationality, the land ownership can be rightfully transferred to my name.” Sai acquired his citizenship in June 2021 under Article 7 bis Paragraph 2 of Thailand’s Nationality Law. (...) Important reforms to Thailand’s nationality and civil registration laws in 2008, 2016 and 2019 have provided a route to restore nationality to those deprived of it, or unable to acquire it. “I felt disheartened to hear this kind of bullying since I was born in Thailand, and I have the right to be a Thai.” (...) There is no reason for you to speak.” Since acquiring Thai nationality, Sai feels that he has gained a voice and wants to support his other family members to become Thai nationals, too.
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Score: 871856.6 - https://www.unhcr.org/asia/new...nthusiast-finds-his-voice.html
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After 24 hours, the National Insurance Institute of Israel (NII) contacts the victims and their families and, thereafter, provides counseling, training and guidance concerning any problem, whether emotional, social or family-related. (...) In special cases, victims and their families are sent abroad for medical treatment. Additionally, victims are entitled by law to a long list of benefits and grants, such as, inter alia, assistance in housing, grants for therapeutic treatments, grants for acquiring medical equipment for paralyzed people, assistance for acquiring medically-adapted vehicles, an annual allowance for acquiring home equipment, and other grants or tax reductions. (...) Thousands of bereaved families, widows, orphans and people with disabilities are members of the organization.
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Score: 869944.5 - https://www.un.org/victimsofterrorism/es/node/359
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After 24 hours, the National Insurance Institute of Israel (NII) contacts the victims and their families and, thereafter, provides counseling, training and guidance concerning any problem, whether emotional, social or family-related. (...) In special cases, victims and their families are sent abroad for medical treatment. Additionally, victims are entitled by law to a long list of benefits and grants, such as, inter alia, assistance in housing, grants for therapeutic treatments, grants for acquiring medical equipment for paralyzed people, assistance for acquiring medically-adapted vehicles, an annual allowance for acquiring home equipment, and other grants or tax reductions. (...) Thousands of bereaved families, widows, orphans and people with disabilities are members of the organization.
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Score: 869944.5 - https://www.un.org/victimsofterrorism/fr/node/359
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It will also protect your family, your students and their families. You will be required to keep taking precautions after vaccination, but feeling safer will definitely make you feel better!   (...) As we move on, the school community will learn and adapt.   Acquire new skills and appreciate the ones you already have Teachers, across the globe, were largely unprepared to support the continuity of learning mostly because of limited digital skills. Acquiring and mastering new skills will help you in the professional journey and will provide greater confidence and comfort in work.
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Score: 869018 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...h-and-well-being-tips-teachers
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UNHCR Available Language: Arabic Acquire Media Type Language Format Acquire Original SD PAL Original HD PAL Original HD NTSC / Arabic Other Formats Request Description STORY: LEBANON / REFUGEES WINTER STORM TRT: 7:12 SOURCE: UNHCR RESTRICTIONS: PLEASE CREDIT UNHCR ON SCREEN LANGUAGE: ARABIC / NATS DATELINE: 20, 25 JANUARY 2022, BEKAA, ZAHLE, BAR ELIAS, JDITA, LEBANON SHOTLIST: 25 JANUARY 2022, BEKAA, ZAHLE, LEBANON 1. (...) Temperatures have fallen below zero leaving many refugees and Lebanese families struggling to fight the cold. Over the past week, almost 4,000 refugee families were severely affected by the storms and need assistance. (...) UNHCR has stepped-up support to provide winter assistance to refugee and Lebanese families, so far reaching over 260,000 with winter assistance.
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Score: 868001 - https://www.unmultimedia.org/avlibrary/asset/2705/2705676/
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page News and stories 2015 Stories about children and their families in Montenegro Available in: Crnogorski English Article 12/15/2015 “Preschool for All“ campain invites children to preschool Early childhood education Article 12/15/2015 "Preschool for All" campaign raises preschool enrolment rate Early education Article 12/15/2015 Rambo Amadeus promotes fostering in Cetinje Every child needs a family Article 11/10/2015 Rambo Amadeus Promotes Fostering in Herceg Novi and Kotor Every child needs a family Article 10/28/2015 Strengthening the role of school in developing students My values and virtues Article 10/28/2015 "Preschool for All" campaign raises preschool enrolment rate Early education (Podgorica) Article 10/27/2015 Quality improvements and innovations boost education system Accelerating education system reform Article 09/28/2015 Famous British actor Nicholas Lyndhurst promotes foster care Every child needs a family Article 09/15/2015 Amendments to the Family Law provide better protection of child's rights Article 09/08/2015 Rising numbers of women and children pass through the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Serbia to seek refuge in Europe Article 09/05/2015 United action needed now for child refugees UNICEF urges the international community to address the root causes of this huge movement of desperate children Article 06/23/2015 Learning virtues and values leads to better performance The skills or personality traits can be learned, acquired, developed and changed Prev 1 1 2 3 Next Footer UNICEF Montenegro Home Publications and surveys Stories Campaigns About us Our Representative Our Goodwill Ambassador Media Center Ethical guidelines Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 867817 - https://www.unicef.org/montenegro/en/news-and-stories-2015
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