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Working with the World Food Programme and UNICEF to deliver inputs to remote communities by airdrop, airlift, boat and truck, FAO has released emergency kits to reach more than 1.5 million people with vital inputs for fishing, farming and livestock rearing.   “The fishing and vegetable kits in particular are having an immediate impact on the availability of food for the families we have been able to reach so far,” Lautze said.   Thanks to funds already provided by Belgium, Canada, Denmark, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, the Africa Solidary Trust Fund, the European Union’s Humanitarian Aid and the UN’s Common Humanitarian Fund, over 350 000 livelihood kits have been released to partners by FAO.   FAO still needs an additional $48 million to reach its target of assisting 3.3 million people and begin pre-positioning supplies in time for the 2015 seasons. 
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Score: 855273.8 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...-million-to-FAO-South-Sudan/en
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The WASH sector is initially targeting 177,000 poor and near-poor people and difficult to reach schools and health centers that are unable to access protected water sources. (...) To date, 124,914children under five were screened to detect acute malnutrition, which has reached more than the target of 120,000. The screening campaign has completed to reach the hard-to-reach children, who are normally not in any daycare centers or kindergartens. (...) To keep women and children safe from violence and abuse, injuries and life threats as well as to prevent family separation, UNICEF continues to convey protection in emergency messages to reach the most in need. As part of the education response, 900 emergency ECD kits arrived on 14 February 2021 which will be distributed to the most affected students and schools, mainly the remotely located satellite schools, benefiting an estimated 45,000 children.
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Score: 855250.2 - https://www.unicef.org/media/9...Floods-SitRep-2-March-2021.pdf
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With 2,000 community workers and Volunteer Community Mobilisers (VCM)s, UNICEF reached over 2,000,000 through: • Building the capacity of local government area (LGAs) and ward community leaders; • Public sensitization and distribution of IEC materials took place in markets, business areas, ports, transport parks and villages though town announcers and motorized units; • Dissemination of messages through radio jingles in five key languages using different platforms; • Informing communities about prevention including handwashing, signs and symptoms and where to seek treatment • Communicating the importance of Routine Immunization during the pandemic period; • Mobile messaging and dissemination of celebrity videos through social media; and • Engagement with Health Editors and Health correspondents on COVID-19 In Borno and Yobe, 795 mobilisers reached 325,195 individuals with awareness-raising on COVID-19 and 30,000 posters in local languages were distributed to health facilities. (...) In Kaduna, 19,544 people (11,236 females and 8,308 males) were reached with key messages on COVID-19 prevention and handwashing awareness campaigns. In Plateau state, a television documentary was developed to facilitate effective handwashing and is currently being aired while radio stations in Gombe state have begun broadcasting hygiene promotion jingles on COVID-19 IPC measures. Distribution of WASH NFIs and other Items In Benue, distribution of buckets, soap and sanitizers, in addition to demonstration of effective handwashing with soap, took place in eight LGAs reaching 3,000 families (18,000 persons).
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Score: 855109.8 - https://www.unicef.org/media/8...VID19-SitRep-24-April-2020.pdf
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With UNICEF support, accumulative number of 846,600 people have been reached with WASH interventions since the beginning of the flood. (...) Through awareness messaging, UNICEF and partners have reached 9,107 people (5,312 female, 59 persons with disabilities). (...) Additionally, UNICEF has procured 3,600 dignity kits and 3,308 family kits and distribution is planned. Socio-behaviour and communication change With UNICEF assistance, the Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) Consortium partners NGOs in Sylhet region have reached over 460,000 population (184,000 women) through 80 courtyard sessions and distributed 6,000 leaflets in the community and shelters.
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Score: 854884.8 - https://www.unicef.org/media/1...stern-Flood),-07-July-2022.pdf
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Scan the QR code to learn more about the PCR Testing Campaign Akkar 1,816 51,140 49,189 North 1,384 28,665 25,273 South 437 10,481 10,711 Beirut & Mt Lebanon 341 10,996 10,029 Baalbek 2,221 95,137 72,333 Bekaa 1,843 145,991 62,791 Nabatiyeh 108 2,721 3,038 Step 1 PREVENTION Community Engagement & Awareness-Raising Communicating with Communities Refugees Awareness Awareness Sessions, Hygiene Kits Distributions and Community Engagement 100% 82% 92% 78% 100% of refugees known to UNHCR were reached through all social media platforms with information on: • COVID-19 symptoms and transmission • Hygiene awareness and prevention methods • Diagnostic and treatment procedures • Government instructions on movements and curfew • Self-isolation procedures Humanitarian agencies conducted hygiene promotion and awareness sessions as well as hygiene kits distribution in informal tented settlements, and other similar sites reaching all individuals living in such overcrowded conditions. Dividing work, UNICEF focused on tented settlements and UNHCR on collective shelters. 142,476 calls related to COVID-19 assistance responded to by the Call Center - The joint UNHCR/WFP call center since the beginning of March 2020. of the population living in informal settlements reached Know preventative measures to protect against COVID-19 of the refugee population, living in private accommodation targeted Would call the Ministry of Public Health or approach a PHC if a family member had symptoms 345,041 persons 69,010 families 7,014 informal tented settlements 919 collective shelters More than 5,000 masks and 6,000 soap bars produced by refugees and distributed to refugee and host communities. 6,529 refugees trained and mobilized 650 UNHCR staff and frontline workers trained Rapid Response Teams established in 1,315 cadasters 32 training sessions for health and non-health workers 450 refugees with medical background doing community health surveillance Our team works around the clock to capacitate and empower refugees in order to prevent infection and transmission within their families and the community. Governorate NORTH AKKAR BEIRUT & MOUNT LEBANON SOUTH BAALBEK - EL HERMEL BEKAA NABATIYEH Coverage 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 99% DISTRIBUTION MAP Sites Reached Individuals Reached Soaps/Hygiene Kits Distributed COVID-19 RESPONSE IN REFUGEE SETTINGS - JULY 2020 Scan the QR code to watch our video on Isolation Centres in Lebanon Koura Residence, Btorram 98 beds capacity TBC Maarad Hotel (Quality inn), Tripoli 350 beds capacity TBC Tal Hayat 350 beds capacity 70 beds Al Aziz 40 beds capacity August 15 Santa Maria Shelter, Aley 70 beds capacity TBC Jihad Sports Centre, Mreijeh 120 beds capacity TBC Qana Public Hospital, Qana 33 beds capacity TBC Al Hayat Health Centre, Qaraoun 76 beds capacity August 4 Makassed School, Majdal Anjar 68 beds capacity 19 beds Dalia Company, Baalbek 60 beds capacity TBC MOSA Building, Arsal 64 beds capacity TBC Step 2 CONTAINING TRANSMISSION Isolation procedures in overcrowded settings Supporting Communities’ Capacities to Isolate Guidance on Isolation Support Sample Testing in Overcrowded Settings Standard Operating Procedures on isolation and quarantining of refugees confirmed or suspected of having COVID-19 finalised in compliance with national guidelines.
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Score: 854466.6 - https://www.unhcr.org/lb/wp-co...-Dashboard-July-29.07.2020.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article A mosquito net for all: a solidarity distribution campaign Schools are privileged places to distribute mosquito nets but also to make students aware of their use. (...) Schools are gateways to reach all communities as enthusiastic students will speak with their parents, families, neighbors and friends. By educating students in schools, it is possible to reach the entire community. Esther is not the only student to receive a mosquito net.
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Score: 854057.8 - https://www.unicef.org/drcongo...lidarity-distribution-campaign
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Between January and June 2021, 78,510 women and their newborns were reached with health interventions across the 24 Venezuelan states. (...) Author(s) UNICEF Venezuela Publication date August 2021 Languages English Download Download file (PDF, 597,84 KB) Related topics Humanitarian action and emergencies Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) More to explore Photo essay 75 years supporting the most vulnerable children Discover the story of UNICEF and its efforts to reach every child, including those in Venezuela See the story Press release 15 March 2021 Plane with UN humanitarian aid arrives today in Venezuela with supplies of nutrition, water, hygiene and sanitation Visit the page Photo essay From the Ground: Never Give Up for Children! During the lockdown, the UNICEF Venezuela team is on the move to reach the most vulnerable children. See the story Press release 04 March 2021 UNICEF provides supplies to combat COVID-19 and support integrated response in Venezuela Visit the page Footer UNICEF Home What we do Publications Latest information Take action Press centre Work for UNICEF Contact us Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 853867.1 - https://www.unicef.org/venezue...2021-unicef-venezuela-response
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Carry over 224,773,071 10.98% Funds Received 78,408,264 3.83% Funding Gap 1,744,543,375 85.19% Afghanistan Humanitarian Situation Report Report # 2 1-31 January 2022 Reporting Period: 1–31 January 2022 Highlights • 2,475,535 people were reached with basic primary health care services provided by 10,200 health workers in 1,031 health facilities across 17 provinces. • 8.6 million children under five years were reached through a four-day nationwide national polio immunization campaign launched mid- January 2022. • 281,302 children were reached with education services through 8,982 community-based education classes. • 3,240 children on the move (897 girls) received protective services through UNICEF-supported programmes. • Winterization and hygiene kits were provided to 30,355 households with vulnerable children. • 223,581 people reached with critical WASH supplies and hygiene promotion services. (...) In January, 2,475,535 people were reached with health services through mobile and static clinics. (...) This total reflects 1,178 CBE classes opened in January alone, reaching 35,297 children (21,579 girls, and 13,718 boys), in addition to the 7,804 ongoing CBE classes reaching 246,005 children (129,647 girls, 116,358 boys).
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Score: 853182 - https://www.unicef.org/media/1...ian-SitRep-31-January-2022.pdf
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New $4m Kisangani medical warehouse will provide huge health benefits to people living in hard-to-reach areas of the DRC Skip to main content Democratic Republic of Congo Toggle navigation Français English Global links - EN Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Democratic Republic of Congo EXPLORE UNICEF DRC Where we work Our representative Our Ambassadors In memoriam Press centre Work for UNICEF DRC Donate Main navigation What we do Reports and research Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release New $4m Kisangani medical warehouse will provide huge health benefits to people living in hard-to-reach areas of the DRC The state-of-the art cold chain warehouse will dramatically improve vaccine and medicine distribution 16 November 2021 UNICEF DRC Mulala Available in: Français English KISANGANI, 16 NOVEMBER 2021– A new USD4m cold chain warehouse – for the storage of Covid and other vaccines – has opened in the city of Kisangani in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). (...) “It will strengthen the cold chain to make quality vaccines available to families, pregnant women and young children throughout the country, particularly in the most remote and difficult-to-reach health areas.” The Congolese government has also welcomed the opening of the new warehouse, which it said would help to address the health and economic crisis caused by Covid. 
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Score: 852780.5 - https://www.unicef.org/drcongo...ew-kisangani-medical-warehouse
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"The brutal reality for our staff in Tigray is that for every family we reach with life-saving food, there are countless more, especially in rural areas, whom we cannot reach," said WFP Executive Director, David Beasley. (...) WFP reached more than 1 million people with emergency food assistance during the first round of distributions and aims to reach 1.6 million people during the second round which is underway. (...) In the coming weeks, 250,000 people will be reached with seeds. FAO will continue scaling up its activities over the next six months - as much as resources and access allow it: distributing seeds and cash; providing animal feed; vaccinating livestock and rehabilitating veterinary clinics.
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Score: 852617.1 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/pt/item/1403394/icode/
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