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Water scarcity was one of the most serious impacts of drought that the children experienced Water shortages were experienced by children in both rural and urban areas of the study sample, negatively af- fecting their wellbeing. (...) " #$ %& ' $(%) * * " +", - $%$ " $% .% #$ /( ' ) 0% ' ) Perceptions of coping with food shortages by children in the sample (multiple response question in the survey) Floods can have devastating impacts in localized areas, adversely affecting children In Zimbabwe, flooding is experienced during prolonged heavy rains and storms, resulting in rivers rapidly increasing in volume. Extensive flooding is particularly experienced in low-lying areas. Bridges are also destroyed during floods, making it difficult and dangerous to cross rivers.
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Score: 645692.53 - https://www.unicef.org/zimbabw...%20Change%20Policy%20Brief.pdf
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Countries may accordingly consider discarding unprocessed food products carried by travellers from areas experiencing such outbreaks. The importance of food safety systems of locally produced as well as imported food should be realized and ensured. (...) WHO does not advise routine screening, quarantining or other similar restrictions of travellers coming from areas experiencing an outbreak of cholera. Authorities must provide proper medical care to cholera patients, if any, and are encouraged to provide information to travellers on risks of cholera infection, risk avoidance, cholera symptoms, and when and where to report should these symptoms develop. (...) (Article 43.5). 2 of 2 WHO statement relating to international travel and trade to and from countries experiencing outbreaks of cholera 16 November 2007 Chemoprophylaxis for travellers going to or coming from cholera-affected areas has been demonstrated to have no effect on the spread of cholera, but can have adverse effects by increasing antimicrobial resistance and provides a false sense of security.
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Score: 645076.6 - https://www.who.int/cholera/ch...travelandtradeadvice161107.pdf
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For detection of obstructive coronary stenosis at threshold of 50% at artery level, the system can achieve compatible diagnostic accuracy with experienced radiologists in Level-3 hospital in China. (...) Experienced radiologists and AI interpreted CCTA images respectively. (...) The initial result based on 100 randomly selected cases showed that the system can achieve compatible diagnostic accuracy with experienced radiologists in Level-3 hospital in China.
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Score: 645076.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ocuments/all/FGAI4H-F-031.docx
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The results from a national study on violence against children commissioned by UNICEF show that 47 percent of children in Bulgaria, or one in two children, have experienced some form of violence before the age of 18. (...) UNICEF Bulgaria/2022 “Zona ZaKrila” is the only place in Bulgaria providing comprehensive protection and continuous support for children who have experienced or witnessed violence and their parents. (...) The mission of CaCs "Zona ZaKrila" is for children who have experienced violence to come out empowered without having to carry the severe consequences of the trauma, or to feel threatened by new aggression or violence.
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Score: 645076.6 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgaria/en/zona-zakrila
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According to the 2016 Ethiopia Demographic and Health Survey (EDHS), almost 25 per cent of girls and women aged 15-49 have experienced physical violence since age 15, and 10 per cent reported having experienced sexual violence. Help-seeking behaviour is low: only 25 per cent of girls and women who had experienced any type of physical or sexual violence had sought help while 66 per cent have neither sought help nor told anyone about the violence. (...) Child protection in numbers 3 per cent of children under 5 years have their births registered Median age of women at first marriage is 17.1 65 percent of women aged 15-49 years have undergone FGM/C 23 percent of women aged 15-49 years have experienced physical violence   Solutions UNICEF Ethiopia/2017/Marta Tadesse UNICEF’s child protection programme focuses on enhancing the policy environment and strengthening systems in the following areas: Children’s protection from and response to violence, exploitation and abuse through strengthened child protection systems that deliver integrated multisectoral services Violence against children, prevention and mitigation Child-friendly social welfare system Child-friendly justice system Child protection in emergencies Adolescents’ empowerment and protection from HIV/AIDS Birth registration services as part of a civil registration and vital events system.
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Score: 644154.83 - https://www.unicef.org/ethiopia/child-protection
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For others the term “survivor” is problematic because it denies the sense of victimization experienced by women who have been the target of violent crime”. (...) As many women and girls experiencing violence need to flee without these documents in order to remain safe they may require support to create, recover or replace identity documents. (...) CHILDREN’S SERVICES FOR ANY CHILD AFFECTED BY VIOLENCE The effect of experiencing violence directly or indirectly can have a devastating impact on children.
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Score: 643639.45 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...rvices-Package-Module-4-en.pdf
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According to the National Baseline Study on Violence Against Children , one in every five children in the Philippines (19.1%) aged 13-17 years old reported experiencing sexual violence, while one in 25 (4.8%) of all respondents experienced forced consummated sex during childhood. The study also revealed that the perpetrators are often family members and that more boys (22.1%) than girls (15.9%) reported experiencing sexual violence.  Author(s) UNICEF Philippines, Philippine Legislators’ Committee on Population and Development Foundation, Inc.
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Score: 642624.46 - https://www.unicef.org/philipp...e-stronger-protection-children
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The key objectives of H-Well are to: · Estimate the national prevalence of sexual, physical and emotional violence perpetrated against boys and girls; · Identify risk and protective factors for physical, emotional and sexual violence against children; · Identify the health and social consequences associated with violence against children; · Assess the knowledge and utilization of medical, psychosocial, legal, and protective services available for children who have experienced sexual, emotional and physical violence; · Make recommendations to relevant ministries in Zambia, UN agencies, International and National Non-governmental Organizations on developing, improving, enhancing prevention and response strategies to address violence against children as part of a larger, comprehensive, multi-sectoral approach to child protection; and · Identify areas for further research. (...) Previous research suggests that it is not uncommon for adults who have experienced abuse in their childhood to have no memory of that abuse, particularly when that abuse occurred at a young age and by someone well known to the victim. Republic of Zambia The findings and conclusions in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position of any partner agency Zambia H-Well Data Highlights Key Demographic Characteristics · Never attended school: 3.9% of females and 5.1% of males aged 13-24 years · Currently attending school: 76.5% of females and 81.3% of males aged 13-17 years · Among those not in school, those who completed less than primary school: 4.3% of females and 3.9% of males aged 13-24 years · Orphaned (double orphan) prior to age 18: 5.1% of females and 4.6% of males aged 13-24 years · Orphaned (single orphan) prior to age 18: 22.8% of females and 18.8% of males aged 13-24 years Sexual Violence Experiences of sexual violence reported by 18-24 year olds: · Any sexual abuse* prior to age 18: 20.3% of females and 10.0% of males · Physically forced or pressured sex prior to age 18: 12.1% of females and 3.8% of males · Unwanted sexual touching prior to 18: 8.0% of females and 4.1% of males · Unwanted attempted sex prior to 18: 8.1% of females and 5.0% of males · Described their first sexual intercourse prior to age 18 as unwanted: 26.2% of females and 5.6% of males Experiences of sexual violence reported by 13-17 year olds: · Any sexual abuse* in the past 12 months: 16.6% of females and 5.6% of males · Experiencing any unwanted sexual touching in the past 12 months: 10.5% of females and 4.2% of males · Experiencing any unwanted attempted sex in the past 12 months: 9.7% of females and 1.7% of males · Experiencing any physically forced or pressured sex in the past 12 months: 2.2% of females and 0.0% of males · First experience of sexual intercourse was unwanted among participants who have had sex: 28.3% of females and 6.8% of males Services for Children Who Experienced Sexual Violence: · Reported receiving services for any incident of sexual abuse* occurring prior to age 18: 0% of females and 7.2% of males · Reported receiving services for any incident of sexual abuse* that occurred in the past 12 months: 2.6% of females and ** of males 13-17 years of age · HIV Testing among those who had experienced sexual abuse* prior to age 18: 58.9% of females and 41.9% of males 13-24 years of age · Any sexual abuse* prior to age 18 and know where to get an HIV test: 82.9% of females and 85.2% of males 13 -24 years of age * Sexual Abuse indicators include: 1) Unwanted Sexual Touching, 2) Attempted Forced Sex (sex did not happen), 3) Forced Sex, and 4) Pressured Sex · Unwanted Sexual Touching: Has anyone ever touched you in a sexual way without your permission, but did not try and force you to have sex?
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Score: 642535.6 - https://www.unicef.org/zambia/...ia-HWell-Policy-Brief-2015.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Programme Protection … For every child Every 6 out of 10 children in Bhutan have experienced some form of physical violence. Hence, UNICEF works with the Royal Government of Bhutan and partners to prevent and respond to violence against children. (...) About every 6 out of 10 children in Bhutan have experienced some form of physical violence. Parents, teachers, adult caregivers and peers are among common perpetrators of violence. (...) Verbal sexual harassment is commonly experienced by girls as well as boys. Children's exposure to pornography and access to the internet also make them vulnerable to online abuse.
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Score: 640254.25 - https://www.unicef.org/bhutan/...otection-%E2%80%A6-every-child
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“WHO is committed to supporting Ukraine in addressing gender-based violence as an urgent public health matter and ensuring that those experiencing violence receive high-quality, survivor-centred care.”  (...) According to current estimates, 2 of every 3 Ukrainian women have experienced psychological, physical, or sexual violence in their lifetime and 18% of women and girls aged 15–49 have experienced intimate partner violence. (...) “Currently more than 90% of women who have experienced violence do not contact the police,” said Yefimenko Olena Volodymyrivna, Director of the Health Department of the Kyiv Oblast State Administration.
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Score: 638840.5 - https://www.who.int/ukraine/ne...-violence-survivors-in-ukraine
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