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. • The risk communication campaign supported by USAID has targeted children with educational videos explaining COVID-19 and how to protect oneself with following content posted on social media: “Experiment style video on COVID-19 for children – How does coronavirus look?” (2,600 reach), “Experiment style video on COVID-19 for children – Magic of soap in fight against the disease” (1,300 reach), and “Book reading session with celebrities, Gunel Anarqizi” (2,100 reach). (...) Over the last two weeks the following contents were posted on UNICEF social media platforms: “Experiment style video on COVID-19 for children – How does coronavirus look?” (2,600 reach), “Experiment style video on COVID-19 for children – Magic of soap in fight against the disease” (1,300 reach), and “Book reading session with celebrities, Gunel Anarqizi” (2,100 reach). (...) PROVISION OF HEALTHCARE AND NUTRITION SERVICES • Social media posts developed and disseminated by the Public Health Reform Center (PHRC) on physical activity during the COVID- 19 emergency and quarantine (46,513 reach), how to support young children during quarantine (42,907 reach), child nutrition recommendations and proper feeding-related hygiene (25,020 reach) and how mothers can protect a baby from COVID-19 (9,602 reach) reached over 124,000 people during the two weeks. 5,000 leaflets and 150 posters on breastfeeding and 5,000 leaflets and 150 posters on child nutrition were distributed among the target population and placed in supermarkets. • Regional Development Public Union continued regular provision of relevant information to parents through its social media platforms on various aspects of Early Childhood Development (ECD) including developing social skills in children through games and songs, importance of breastfeeding, child health issues (infant colic, vomiting, etc.), and a video on the overall concept of ECD and its importance, reaching around 6,000 people.
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Score: 862725.8 - https://www.unicef.org/media/8...COVID19-SitRep-7-June-2020.pdf
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Protection services have reached 3,840 children and 3,492 adults. Rehabilitation works are ongoing in 95 schools in two departments. o Nicaragua: Personal protective equipment (PPE) supplies have been distributed for 5,000 health workers. (...) At least 19,636 people have been reached through the distribution of hygiene kits, cleaning and disinfection kits, and safe water, in shelters and communities. (...) WASH supplies were delivered to the CNE central warehouse together with education and child violence prevention information materials. Supplies were distributed by the CNE on 8 February, reaching over 2,920 highly vulnerable children with this support.
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Score: 861661.5 - https://www.unicef.org/media/9...-Iota%29-Mid-February-2021.pdf
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A total of 685 families (4,110 people) have been reached with vouchers. In the next days, WFP will distribute an additional 298 emergency food vouchers to newly displaced families. (...) WFP is reaching approximately 2,040 patients and hospital staff with bread parcels and canned tuna. WFP is working to include this surge operation with rations which can be cooked in hospital kitchens. General food distributions: All General Food Distributions for the May-June cycle in Gaza, reaching 177,000 people, were completed end of June.
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Score: 860454.1 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-198188/
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UNICEF and partners have provided 144,874 curative consultations reaching 51,337 children under five (24,388 males and 26,949 females). (...) In addition, a total of 75,297 people have been reached with key hygiene promotion messages and total of 107,570 individuals have benefited from the distribution of core-pipeline supplies and WASH non-food items (NFIs) including jerrycans, buckets, soap and water treatment chemicals. (...) An estimated 25,200 people have been reached with hygiene promotion messages through hygiene promoters/community mobilisers.
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Score: 860346.8 - https://www.unicef.org/media/7...outh-Sudan-SitRep-Jan-2020.pdf
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However, more funding is urgently needed to reach out to vulnerable rural communities in the worst-hit areas while building resilience throughout the country and prevent a further worsening of food insecurity. FAO reaching remote communities by all means possible As well as targeting conflict-affected communities with large-scale distributions by truck, FAO successfully flew 21 tonnes of crop seeds to Pibor in Jonglei state in partnership with the United Nations Missions in Sudan (UNMISS) . (...) Access constraints hamper humanitarian assistance “The humanitarian response has been facing serious logistical challenges in reaching affected communities,” Lautze said. “Humanitarian access and insecurity remain the biggest threats to food security in the country – if we cannot reach those in most need there is a real risk of famine later in 2014 and into 2015.”
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Score: 859923 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...p-operations-in-South-Sudan/en
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Furthermore, 7,349 community members were reached with prevention efforts including 400 women and girls with information on SEA safe reporting mechanisms as part of the targeted dignity kits distribution to women and girls in safe spaces. (...) The Dignity kit distribution was also used as an entry point to reach women and girls with SEA safe reporting mechanisms. (...) The response in Badghis is targeting 33,000 households (240,900 people), with distributions starting at the end of February reaching the first 429 households, with the remaining households receiving their first cash transfer in March 2022.
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Score: 858078.3 - https://www.unicef.org/media/1...an-SitRep-28-February-2022.pdf
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UNICEF Zimbabwe Sitrep Number 9 1 Zimbabwe Humanitarian Situation Report Multihazard Situation Report # 1 January – 28 February 2022 Situation in Numbers 2,200,000 children in need of humanitarian assistance 4,300,000 people in need (HAC, December 2021) 3,000,000 People to be reached (HAC, December 2021) 1,100,000 Children to be reached (HAC, December 2021) Highlights • A total of 189 children were admitted for treatment against an annual target of 12,685 children • At least 165,785 children and women were reached with primary health care services in UNICEF supported facilities between the period January and March 2022 against a target 3 million for the year. • A total of 2,060 households received WASH hygiene kits, comprising of 20L buckets, jerrycans, 1kg bars of all-purpose soap, household water treatment chemicals and IEC materials. • UNICEF distributed catch up materials to all the 72 districts in the country benefitting, 4,558,714 learners (boys:2,275,023, girls: 2,283,691) • In February, 16,810 households received emergency social cash transfers in Binga, Chitungwiza, Highfields, Gutu and Lupane. • Between January and February 2022, 15,298 children aged 0 – 14 years, and 12,788 pregnant and lactating women continued receiving HIV treatment in UNICEF supported districts UNICEF Appeal 2021 US$ 54.7million UNICEF’s Response and Funding Status U N IC E F Z im b a b w e /2 0 2 2 /R . (...) Additionally, more than 18,000 people were reached with key health and hygiene messages in the affected areas. (...) Community engagement activities reached 761,323 (388,275 females, 373,048 males) against an annual target of 4,5million.
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Score: 857529.2 - https://www.unicef.org/media/1...an-SitRep-28-February-2022.pdf
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Port explosion - 6month on BEIRUT EXPLOSIONS Six Months on the Ground February 2021 UNICEF’s response to the devastating explosions that struck Beirut on 4 August 2020 has reached thousands of children and families affected by this tragedy. (...) UNICEF is pushing through despite the challenging environment and financial gaps and, with the support of our donors and partners, we will continue to uphold our mandate, together, for every child in Lebanon. © UNICEF/Fouad Choufany February 2021 • UNICEF reached over 35,000 children, parents and primary caregivers with community-based mental health and psychosocial support. • More than 7,200 children, parents and primary caregivers have been reached with mental health and psychosocial support services through child-friendly spaces established in affected areas and peer to peer sessions. • 1,571 girls and women have received psychosocial first aid, psychosocial support and information on safety and gender-based violence risks; in addition to referral to mental health services. • 5,000 packs of sanitary pads and 2,500 mini hygiene kits have been distributed. (...) UNICEF trained 65 frontline workers who reached 40,000 caregivers through direct community engagement by providing referrals to quality Maternal Newborn Child Adolescent Health (MNCAH) services.
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Score: 857240.8 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon/media/5806/file
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In Chikwawa District, 14,000 people have been reached with access to portable toilets provided by UNICEF. (...) Information on cholera prevention has also been distributed. UNICEF has assisted with the expansion of existing reticulated waterpoints, reaching more than 4,000 people in Nsanje. More people are being reached with chlorination products at the household level.
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Score: 857199 - https://www.unicef.org/malawi/flood-response
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Key to that will be a regular, consistent supply of essential items to reach multiple warehouses for distribution to cities, towns and villages across the country. (...) UNICEF/UN0659883/Asamoah School-in-a-box kits to reach children in Ukraine are packed in UNICEF Supply Division’s Copenhagen warehouse. (...) This means exploring other networks, including relying on volunteers, communities and local authorities in hard-to-reach areas. While the war continues, the essence of UNICEF’s response will be to remain flexible and find ways to adjust to a changing situation, especially as winter is fast approaching to reach children across Ukraine. 
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Score: 857199 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...lding-supply-pipeline-amid-war
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