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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release UNICEF starts distribution of life-saving supplies to more than 340,000 people in Viet Nam in response to COVID-19 27 May 2020 UNICEF Viet Nam\Tran Bao An Viet Nam and UNICEF officials stand with local residents during a ceremony to hand over life-saving supplies in Soc Trang Province, Vietnam, May 26, 2020 Available in: English Tiếng Việt Soc Trang (VIET NAM), 26 May 2020 – UNICEF continues today the distribution of life-saving supplies that will reach more than 340,000 vulnerable people – mainly children – to protect against the spread of COVID-19 and other diseases. (...) The organization works to ensure that opportunities for lasting change in the lives of children are seized, that it reaches all children, and that the change is sustainable.  Helping UNICEF reach children to ensure they enjoy a healthy life and have equal opportunity to fulfil their dreams, are a host of crucial partners.
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Score: 884301 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam...40000-people-viet-nam-response
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Internet Resource Seminar Introduction to the RIPE NCC and the RIR System Mihnea-Costin Grigore, RIPE NCC Mihnea-Costin Grigore, 25 May 2012 • One of the five Regional Internet Registries • Support coordination of Internet operations • Not-for-profit membership organisation • Around 8000 active members • Neutral, Impartial, Open, Transparent 2 RIPE NCC Mihnea-Costin Grigore, 25 May 2012 The Five Regional Internet Registries 3 Mihnea-Costin Grigore, 25 May 2012 IP Address Distribution 4 Allocation PA Assignment PI Assignment IANA End User LIR RIR /3 /32 /12 /56/48 /48 Mihnea-Costin Grigore, 25 May 2012 • Policy forum – Not a legal entity – No official membership – Open to everyone • No voting – Consensus decision making • Work happens at meetings and on mailing lists: – Working Groups – Task forces 5 RIPE Community Mihnea-Costin Grigore, 25 May 2012 RIPE Meetings • Twice a year • Plenary discussions – Wide ranging topics • Working Group meetings – More specific focus • Policy discussions • Exchange of views and information • Interaction with other Internet stakeholders 6 Mihnea-Costin Grigore, 25 May 2012 RIPE Policy Development Process • Open – Anyone can participate – Policy meetings – Mailing lists • Transparent – List discussions archived publicly – Meetings transcribed • Developed bottom-up – By the community that use the IP addresses – “Self-regulation” model 7 Mihnea-Costin Grigore, 25 May 2012 How IPv4 is Distributed 8 Other 35 Central Registry 91 RIPE NCC 35 LACNIC 9 ARIN 36 APNIC 45 AfriNIC 5 • IANA distributed final /8 blocks on 3 February 2011 • APNIC reached its final /8 on 15 April 2011 • “Final /8” policies limit access to IPv4 allocations Mihnea-Costin Grigore, 25 May 2012 Reaching the Next Billion • Around 1.9 billion Internet users now – Five times as many as there were in the year 2000 – Around 29% of all people • Mobile phones are becoming Internet devices – ...and need IP addresses! (...) MENOG) – Launched in Middle East, 2010 – Plans for expanding to CIS region 11 Mihnea-Costin Grigore, 25 May 2012 ENOG • Eurasia Network Operators’ Group • Regional forum to share knowledge and expertise on issues relevant to the Russian Federation, CIS and Eastern Europe • Three events since June 2011 – ENOG 3 held this week (22-23 May) in Odessa, Ukraine • More information at www.enog.org 12 http://www.enog.org http://www.enog.org Mihnea-Costin Grigore, 25 May 2012 Working with the Public Sector RIPE community 13 Government RIPE Cooperation Working Group RIPE NCC Government Roundtables Mihnea-Costin Grigore, 25 May 2012 RIPE NCC Roundtable Meetings • Regular events since 2005 – Held in Amsterdam and the Middle East (planning) • Participants – 40+ Governments representatives from 18+ countries • Topics covered – IPv6 deployment – IPv4 depletion – Internet governance – DNSSEC – Resource certification (RPKI) 14 Mihnea-Costin Grigore, 25 May 2012 RIPE Cooperation Working Group • Formed in 2008 – After work by the Enhanced Cooperation Task Force • Focus on cooperation between private and public sectors • Encouraging participation and input from stakeholders outside the traditional RIPE community 15 Mihnea-Costin Grigore, 25 May 2012 IPv6 Act Now www.ipv6actnow.org • One-stop shop for IPv6 information, launched in June 2009 • Audience includes business, government and technical communities 16 • Sections include: - How To Act Now - Community interviews - Statistics - RSS feed of IPv6-related news and developments - Links and information http://www.ipv6actnow.org http://www.ipv6actnow.org Mihnea-Costin Grigore, 25 May 2012 RIPE Labs • A platform and a tool for the community • You can – Test and evaluate new tools and prototypes – Contribute new ideas and research results – Discover and discuss in forums and blogs 17 Mihnea-Costin Grigore, 25 May 2012 RIPE Labs and IPv6 • Update on IPv6 Address Distribution • LIRs can Test IPv6 Reachability Using RIPE Atlas • Measuring IPv6 at the Network and the Customer Level • IPv6 RIPEness: How to Reach the Stars 18 https://labs.ripe.net/Members/mirjam/update-on-ipv6-address-distribution https://labs.ripe.net/Members/mirjam/update-on-ipv6-address-distribution https://labs.ripe.net/Members/becha/test-your-ipv6-reachability-using-ripe-atlas https://labs.ripe.net/Members/becha/test-your-ipv6-reachability-using-ripe-atlas https://labs.ripe.net/Members/ggm/measuring-ipv6-at-the-network-and-the-customer-level https://labs.ripe.net/Members/ggm/measuring-ipv6-at-the-network-and-the-customer-level https://labs.ripe.net/Members/ggm/measuring-ipv6-at-the-network-and-the-customer-level https://labs.ripe.net/Members/ggm/measuring-ipv6-at-the-network-and-the-customer-level https://labs.ripe.net/Members/becha/ipv6-ripeness-how-to-reach-the-stars https://labs.ripe.net/Members/becha/ipv6-ripeness-how-to-reach-the-stars Questions?
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Score: 883077.05 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/cyb/...20RIPE%20NCC_Mihnea-Costin.pdf
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UNICEF has invested great efforts in advocating for humanitarian access to reach people in need with regular distribution of supplies and continuation of repair works in strategic sites. (...) A total of 4,051 women and children have been reached by UNICEF-supported GBV prevention, risk mitigation and response services. (...) All these goods are ready for further distribution to regions across Ukraine. Additional critical hygiene items, to reach approximately 10,000 people, have been prepositioned in UNICEF’s Dnipro warehouse for further distribution in Luhansk oblast,10 including in-kind donations.
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Score: 882593.6 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...ion-Report-26-April-2022_0.pdf
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UNICEF Response WASH UNICEF has reached 55,000 people with WASH supplies consisting of 20-litre jerrycans, 10-litre buckets and multipurpose bar soap. (...) UNICEF further supported cholera emergency response in Nairobi County for up to 500 households including distribution of 500 jerrycans, 500 buckets, soap, and Aqua tabs for up to 90 days of supply to households reaching over 2500 people. (...) A total of 11,959 children have been reached through integrated outreach services. The breakdown of persons reached per county are as below: The support is ongoing through the KRCS/UNICEF partnership and cooperation agreement (PCA).
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Score: 881594.3 - https://www.unicef.org/media/7...a-SitRep-Flood-24-Nov-2019.pdf
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Winter clothing kits reached nearly 510,880 children. Where local markets allowed, vouchers and e-vouchers reached 122,499 children, allowing parents and children to choose the most essential items to help protect them from winter conditions. (...) Winter clothing kits and vouchers were prioritized, to protect the most vulnerable and hard to reach children from the cold conditions. SYRIA: By prioritizing winter clothing kits and blankets, the team was able to reach more children with the available funding, at the expense of reducing the amount of vouchers to be distributed. (...) This allowed the team to reach a greater number of children on a significantly reduced budget.
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Score: 881349.8 - https://www.unicef.org/mena/me...terreport2019-April%20.pdf.pdf
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Appropriately designed gender-sensitive toilets have reached 62,095 IDPs (of whom 20,500 are children). (...) So far, 4 85 hand-washing stations have been distributed, reaching 4,000 students in ethnic education committee organized schools. (...) In Northern State an average of 46 per cent of the targeted population were reached with WASH services (46% was accounted for by the hygiene indicator, the highest reached in water, sanitation and hygiene indicators) .
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Score: 877816.3 - https://www.unicef.org/media/1...on%20Report,%20July%202021.pdf
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UNICEF is working with governments and companies around the world to urgently reach them with safe water, sanitation and hygiene facilities. As of 30 April, we have reached more than 11.5 million people with such services and supplies. (...) The supplies will reach approximately 500,000 people, including 300,000 school students.
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Score: 875994.3 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam...t-defences-against-coronavirus
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UNICEF and partners completed the third round of cash distribution in Daikundi Province, reaching 6,231 families with PLWs across three districts (Miramor, Kijran, Kiti), supporting PLWs to access antenatal care (ANC), institutional delivery, and post-natal care (PNC). (...) In this final round, UNICEF reached a total of 20,433 households. There were some delays delivering the second round of cash transfers in Logar Province, but following negotiations, cash distributions proceeded without compromising humanitarian principles or project objectives. As a result, UNICEF increased monitoring activities for remaining cash distributions in this round. Despite these delays and challenges, between 1-31 May UNICEF reached 13,136 households in Logar Province with cash transfers.
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Score: 875723.6 - https://www.unicef.org/media/1...manitarian-SitRep-May-2022.pdf
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. • Safe drinking water was provided to 100,306 flood affected individuals through Surface Water treatment systems. • UNICEF distributed 50,702 mosquito nets to 101,404 pregnant women and children under 5 years who are displaced by floods. • UNICEF and partners launched two Measles Reactive Campaigns in response to confirmed outbreaks, reaching close to 90% of children. • UNICEF and partners reached 5,700 children (2,704 girls) with Psychosocial support activities in facilities and communities. • UNICEF, with the State Ministry of General Education and partners successfully facilitated the national primary eight school leaving examinations for 6,120 students in hard-to-reach counties *Funding available includes funds received in the current year; carry-over from the previous year; and repurposed funds with agreement from donors. (...) ICMN mobilizers conducted house-to-house mobilization reaching 1,301,248 people with integrated lifesaving messages. Systematic sensitization and orientation of community stakeholders/influencers was undertaken including 198 community sensitization meetings, 24 FGDs, and 140 advocacy meetings reaching over 2463 stakeholders such as religious leaders, local chiefs, women, and youth. 90 street announcers were deployed and 40 local radio stations were engaged to broadcast COVID-19 messages reaching about 40% of the population. 49,795 IEC materials, including 848 banners, 3006 posters and 45951 leaflets were distributed. 1292 (45% female) calls were received from SBC sponsored hotline-2222 of which 70% were seeking information on Covid 19.
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Score: 875526 - https://www.unicef.org/media/1...an-SitRep-28-February-2022.pdf
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These didactic materials are dedicated to children of ages 0-6 years old in most vulnerable families. 73% of these kits will be distributed to families in the Social Assistance Scheme whereas 23% will reach to Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities.  (...) Rame Likaj said that through this support, children that are mostly in need will be reached and provided with education materials to reach their full potential, but also parents will be supported to engage with them using online ECD platform launched by Ministry of Education with support from UNICEF. (...) “The help that UNICEF is providing is crucial for us in order to reach and include every child in need and ensure education and wellbeing”, he said.
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Score: 875494.8 - https://www.unicef.org/kosovop...t-kits-didactic-materials-5000
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