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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article The most beautiful job in the world Tea, a two-and-a-half-year-old girl nestled in her mother's arms, is saying goodbye to Ivanka, cheerfully waving and sending her kisses. (...) They heeded Ivanka’s advice and went to the paediatrician immediately who confirmed Ivanka's suspicions. (...) Now, in addition to providing care, nutrition advice and health care, they also monitor and stimulate the child's development, and help in the early identification of developmental and health risks.
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Score: 1218350.5 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...ories/most-beautiful-job-world
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Asmaa continues her talk about her own feeling after participating in the program and says, "I am special and distinctive because beauty is not confined to the beauty of form only but to the beauty of morality and people's acceptance.”  (...) I have put an artificial limb so that I could continue my life and achieve my goals after all that happened to me.” In her advice, Asmaa chose to concentrate on the value of sports skills in developing the individual’s personality and establishing healthy competitiveness principles in her mind.  Asmaa also stressed, in her advice, the need to combat bad circumstances and not to bow to the inevitable as if she tried to express clearly her suffering from the society and how she reacted to it.
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Score: 1199151.8 - https://www.unicef.org/egypt/s...ear-old-young-lady-upper-egypt
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article U-Report's Identity Crisis: Help us out! The beauty of U-Report is that it is used in a different way in each of the 60 and ever-growing number of countries that have their own U-Report platforms. (...) In the eight years since launch in Uganda in 2011, U-Report has brought about law changes, exposed sex for grades crises, supported peace processes, combatted cyber bullying and taken the voice of youth to high level forums on migration, HIV, SDGs and much more… On top of that U-Report is a tool used for mental health chat lines, menstrual health live chats, to provide migrants with legal advice on documentation, peer to peer counselling services, information hubs to combat the spread of cholera, Zika, Ebola... and a thousand other things. (...) Climate change, education, pregnancy tips, health advice, migration, emergencies… there isn’t really a programme area that U-Report doesn’t support, somewhere across the globe.
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Score: 1140591.3 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...ts-identity-crisis-help-us-out
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The mother followed all the given advice and used aided communication in everyday life situations at home, which helped Luka become much more confident in communicating and expressing his opinions and feelings, which had a particular effect on his stay in the kindergarten group. (...) Both therapists also regularly visit the kindergarten group to see Luka and give advice to the teachers on how to best adapt the activities in the group so that Luka can be an equal participant. They are always available to us to answer questions, give advice and assistance, or just to talk. Besides them, for whom I always say that they have been placed on our long ‘journey’ for a reason, there is also speech therapist Matilda whom we visit twice a week, and we gladly do the tasks she gives us through play”, Marina added.
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Score: 1125368 - https://www.unicef.org/croatia...-world-who-i-can-hug-both-arms
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Everyone in their field of work can support the breastfeeding process, by providing support, advice, commitment, promotion, care, by enabling flexible working hours or just by encouraging breastfeeding. (...) Lamija and Dunja have managed it: “I decided to follow the advice of specialized nurses and my own instinct. (...) She also received helpful advice from the medical staff regarding the care of herself and the baby, and the home visits by the nurse after discharge from hospital were of great significance.
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Score: 1107057.1 - https://www.unicef.org/bih/en/...sufficient-support-also-needed
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An island paradise in the Caribbean of just over one million people. It’s blessed with beautiful beaches and breathtaking landscapes which attract hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. (13”) Despite its beauty, the country has its share of problems. (...) In addition; there is a minimal amount of counselling in terms of advice for teenagers.” (12”) NARRATION But the Government of Trinidad and Tobago is working to address these issues.
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Score: 1085753.5 - https://www.un.org/webcast/pdfs/unia1201.pdf
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But believe me – it was a joy! These were beautiful moments. Feeding her in the middle of the night – our own precious time to nurture our close bond – gave me good energy to go back to work the next day. (...) I was lucky to find a good massage for breastfeeding support in my neighbourhood, and I went there every week. I got very good advice on how to hold the baby while feeding, how to let her suckle, how to improve my diet, and how to get into a daily routine. (...) Don’t be shy – demand and seek advice and help, especially from professionals. Reach out to get the information you need.
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Score: 1077882 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon/my-breastfeeding-story
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United States Related Stories UN agency applauds US President's decision to resume funding US funding cuts to UN population agency based on ‘inaccurate perception’ – UN chief Guterres welcomes US decision to restore funding to UNFPA News Tracker: Past Stories on This Issue Guyana’s barber shops, beauty salons offer UN-backed HIV prevention advice 20 March 2009 Barber shops and beauty salons in Guyana’s capital are taking part in a United Nations project to spread crucial information about HIV prevention in the small nation, which has one of the highest prevalence rates in its region.
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Score: 1073142.4 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2...wer-women-says-top-un-official
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“I would go on field visits with UNICEF, and they would really educate me about the importance of breastmilk for newborn and child’s health. It’s a beautiful journey for you and the child, but aside from that, the benefits of breastmilk are mindblowing!” (...) It really helped having someone who could relate with what I was going through as a mother, and ask for advice.” "At one point, you feel like ‘am I failing? (...) This included getting the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine upon the advice of her doctor. “It’s important is to protect yourself so you can protect your baby.”
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Score: 1058483.8 - https://www.unicef.org/philipp...e-curtis-breastfeeding-journey
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INFORMATION RECEIVED FROM THE LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC ON FOLLOW-UP TO THE CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS ON ITS COMBINED 8TH AND 9TH PERIODIC REPORTS :COMMITTEE ON THE ELIMINATION OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN
There were also other advertising tools employed, such as posters, stickers, readers digest books distributed in schools and communities; (b) Organized training sessions, with advice and guidance for the multi -ethnic people, elders and leaders of respective ethnic groups, creating better understandings on the government’s policy, take ownership in tackling social illnesses prob lems, combatting all acts of obstruction and gender-based discriminations. (...) The implementation of the existing measures, special temporary measures, and new measures have contributed to rural women’s access to education, health treatment, employment, and income generating activities, as follows: (a) The rate of school enrolment across the 40 districts in poverty has increased, especially in 2019: gross rate of enrolment of children at the age of 5, the net rate of enrolment for primary school, rate of lower-secondary school completion, and gross rate of upper-secondary school enrolment; (b) Citizens who were illiterate, disadvantaged and dropped-out from schools have received continuous education support schemes to complete primary and lower secondary education level across the country, with significant delivery rate: • Illiterate citizens in the age group between 15-40 years old have received additional learning and 5,924 people have completed primary education, accounting for 40.51 per cent of the targeted 14,624 people, out of whom 3,029 were women or 44.74 per cent of the target 6,770 people; • Citizens in poverty and disadvantaged in terms of education in the age group of 6-14 have received additional continuous education and completed primary education in a total of 1,765 people, of whom 830 or 47.02 per cent were female; • Citizens in the target age group of 15-35 who were disadvantaged and dropped- out of school and did not complete lower secondary education have received additional continuous education in a total of 16,387 people or 94.03 per cent of the 17,427 target persons, of whom 7,351 were female and achieved 100 per cent of the target; • Women in poverty and disadvantaged especially rural women, women who were heads of households, and women with disabilities can access health services in the 2018–2020 period: the number of women who receive free-of-charge pre-natal and after birth check-ups, and childbirth services was 474,976 persons/year; • Mothers’ mortality rate was 119 deaths in 2018 and 113 deaths in 2019; • 6,042 married couples have received contraceptive implants (regulars), 1,908 received intrauterine devices (IUD), and 17,911 condoms in 2019. 1,463 female sterilization has been performed and 302,135 birth control injections were administered; (c) Organized vocational and 3 months short-term vocational trainings for women on cooking, textile, and beauty services for 200 women trainees, of whom 132 went on to take up professions and enterprises as follows: • Open food or dessert stalls, open small restaurants, become kitchen assistance at various restaurants and hotels; • Used their textile and knitting techniques to work from home, set up small textile shops, or become workers at textile factories; • Opened small and medium sized beauty salons or become beauty assistance and also provide mobile beauty services; • Become staff of the Lao Women’s Union at provinces and districts as trainers or other roles; (d) Young women, women who were heads of households, and women with disabilities have received short-term vocational training: • In the industrial sector including designing and colour-dying of Lao traditional cloth-weaving, textiles, pottery and crafts, water processing, welding and CEDAW/C/LAO/FCO/8-9 7/8 20-16606 moulding, electricity instalment and wiring, water production, electri c utilities- refrigeration repairs, construction, carpentry and furniture making, and cattle farming; • In the agriculture sector, they were trained on rubber plantation, seedling selection, selection of fruit strain selection techniques, how to grow mushrooms, how to grow grass for animal feeding, raise goats, raise chicken, how to keep frogs and catfish, sapling techniques, cattle raising, pig farming, learned combined techniques of plantation-livestock-weeding and crop protection; • The service sector has provided training to help rural women develop vocational skills and have more career options or jobs to generate more income; (e) Training on farming techniques: tamarinds, tea, coffee, corn, tapioca; chicken, pigs, goats, cows and fish farms for 11,540 groups from 853,075 persons, of whom 420,864 or 49 per cent were female. (...) CEDAW/C/LAO/FCO/8-9 20-16606 8/8 women with disabilities in gardening and caring for sakura trees, making cookies, making cafes, small-scale handicrafts and beauty salons. Challenges 13. Despite having made considerable progress, the Lao PDR acknowledges that it remains one of the least developed countries at the lower-middle income level.
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Score: 1045793.75 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=CEDAW/C/LAO/FCO/8-9&Lang=E
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