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But even though it is important, simply getting children in school is not enough. Children need quality education which will help them to fully use their potential and increase their chances to become happy, healthy, successful and contributing members of society. (...) Some children miss out on school simply because they are different Unfortunately, depending on where they live, the wealth of their families, their ethnicity, disability or simply because they are different, some children are not able to fulfil their right to education. Children with disabilities are particularly at risk of missing out on school.
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Score: 1086543.7 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...uality-and-inclusive-education
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Still, however, undernutrition affects 161 million children – that’s one-quarter of the world's children. This is an unacceptably high figure; a reality that, in this world of enormous wealth and knowledge, we simply cannot and should not tolerate. But undernutrition is not only a personal tragedy for those children that will die or not be able to develop their full cognitive and physical capacities. (...) In countries where one out of two children is stunted, nutrition must be at the core of the national agenda.
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Score: 1078261.6 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/.../doc/201119_European_Union.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Successful immunization of children in Bosnia-Podrinje Canton “We updated the children’s medical records, we called parents who missed the vaccination appointments – and 80% of them Responded!” (...) There were colleagues with me who also didn’t vaccinate their children for various reasons, and I told them got a call from the Institute and thus reminded them too, so they also responded and took their children for vaccination. (...) "In most cases, the parents simply forgot about some of the appointments, and they regularly thanked us for calling and reminding them, they contacted the health center and arranging appointments for vaccination, and finally had their children vaccinated.
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Score: 1074255.1 - https://www.unicef.org/bih/en/...hildren-bosnia-podrinje-canton
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There is a global consensus that early childhood education for children aged 3 to 6 years is crucial for learning and brain development.  (...) This means that two thirds of the country’s children are missing out on this opportunity to fulfill their potential. (...) Some children are being left behind simply because of where they live or because they are different from their peers   While access to primary and secondary education is high, some children are still missing out on learning opportunities simply because of where they live, because of their ethnicity, gender, the wealth of their families and even because of their abilities.
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Score: 1046585.7 - https://www.unicef.org/northma.../quality-education-every-child
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UNICEF Svitlana started her career as a teacher, so she has solid experience of working with children of all ages. When asked how she got into the social sphere, she simply says: “I was invited and I accepted the invitation. (...) “The hardest thing is that you can't always help out. Some things are simply out of your control. For example, if children are severely sick and the parents do not have enough money for quality treatment. (...) For me, I am just as comfortable working with children or adults. With children I just try to remember how it was with my own children, think what I would say to my child.
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Score: 1044456.4 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine/en/stories/duty-help-people
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There are three major positive impacts that social support and care can have over children’s lives. First, they can help keep vulnerable children together with their families. Second, they can help lift children out of poverty by either complementing social transfers or delivered as a standalone service. (...) If there’s no efficient social support and care system, the problems facing children will remain unresolved and many children will remain at risk of poverty, at risk being excluded, discriminated against, or simply not able to fully enjoy their rights, to survive, thrive and grow into successful and contributing members of the society.
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Score: 1034048.6 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...cial-support-and-care-services
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The new service will further shore up efforts to protect children left without parental care, who are among the most vulnerable groups in times of crisis. (...) "An institutional care facility is definitely not the place where children should grow up,” said the initiator of the project, Darya Gerasymchuk, Commissioner of the President of Ukraine for Children's Rights and Children's Rehabilitation. “This service will help children to exercise  their right to a family more simply.
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Score: 1033666.1 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...press-releases/adoption-online
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More children are going to school and using the technology for a social impact. More than ever children are raising their voice against violence. (...) Despite significant progress, too many children are being left behind because of their gender, minority group or disability; because they live in poverty or in hard-to-reach communities; or simply because they are children.
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Score: 1032879.1 - https://www.unicef.org/albania...press-releases/75-years-unicef
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The chronic nutritional deficiency in children in Afghanistan is largely the result of poor feeding practices. (...) Inadequate dietary diversity and insufficient amounts of food coupled with poor hygiene are also a major cause of death for older children: only 12 per cent of Afghan children aged 6–24 months receive the right variety of food in the quantity needed for their age. A passion for health care “I love being a Community Health Worker simply because I enjoy helping people and children,” says Qabela who has five children of her own.
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Score: 1030065.1 - https://www.unicef.org/afghani...g-families-combat-malnutrition
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I would like dedicate my reflections to our absent friends: the Millions of men, women and children who we have lost to the AIDS pandemic. I will premise my reflections in my experience as an African woman widowed by AIDS, a mother of five daughters and foster parent to fourteen young people. (...) Hope based on amplified action on those areas where we know what works and keeping our eyes wide open on the ongoing challenges posed by this pandemic. Women, girls, children and AIDS Thirty years ago the global community had not even heard about AIDS. (...) Young girls leave school to care for parents. o Mothers die, children are infected, others are orphaned o Grandmothers are becoming parents all over again Living with AIDS in the family: Seventeen years ago my husband Christopher died within a year of his AIDS diagnosis.
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Score: 1023658.3 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...d/2004/NoerineKaleeba-stmt.pdf
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