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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release WEBTVASIA and YouTube announced “ONE LOVE ASIA” in support of UNICEF Online exclusive on Youtube on May 27 21 May 2020 Kuala Lumpur, 21 May 2020 - WebTVAsia and YouTube announced “ONE LOVE ASIA” , a star-studded concert in support of UNICEF, featuring a stellar lineup of celebrities, artists, public figures and YouTube creators across Asia, to be live streamed exclusively on One Love Asia's official YouTube channel on May 27, 2020. (...) All donations from the live stream on One Love Asia will go to UNICEF Asia in an effort to prevent the pandemic from becoming a lasting crisis for vulnerable children. (...) With many countries slowly opening up, “ONE LOVE ASIA” hopes to spread positivity in countries on the path to recovery, while igniting a sense of unity and love across Asia.
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Score: 883390.4 - https://www.unicef.org/eap/pre...d-one-love-asia-support-unicef
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He was involved right from the start and gave me all the love, guidance, decent food, and care that I could have wished for. (...) “Every kid needs protection, love, good food and play to support growth and development, and it’s up to both parents to provide these.” (...) I play games with her and carry her. She must feel that I love her. If I can’t fulfil for my family, I am not happy,” said Idro.
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Score: 882847.3 - https://www.unicef.org/press-r...-novak-djokovic-lewis-hamilton
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Available in: Հայերեն English NEW YORK, 7 June 2017 –  Stars from the world of entertainment and sport including Mahershala Ali, David Beckham, the All Blacks, Daniel Cormier, Novak Djokovic, Lewis Hamilton, Hugh Jackman, Sachin Tendulkar, Thalía and Chris Weidman joined Super Dads, a new UNICEF initiative launched today to celebrate fatherhood, and highlight the importance of love, play, protection and good nutrition for the healthy development of young children’s brains. (...) He was involved right from the start and gave me all the love, guidance, decent food, and care that I could have wished for. (...) I play games with her and carry her. She must feel that I love her. If I can’t fulfil for my family, I am not happy,” said Idro.
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Score: 882847.3 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia/en/node/376
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article The science of love in childhood Conversations with leading experts in childhood love, adversity and mental health. (...) Patel explains why our mental health is our greatest personal asset, and how it impacts a range of human experiences including our thoughts, feelings, behaviours and decisions. (...) Siegel explores the idea of love as a vital force of life which is essential for helping children grow and thrive.
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Score: 882200.2 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam...stories/science-love-childhood
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article “Involving children in decision-making shows love and respect for their rights” Meet Kukuac, a bubbly 8-year-old passionate about peace, love and respect UNICEF UNICEF South Sudan/2018/Campeanu 29 November 2018 Eight-year-old Kukuac Kimo is bubbly and has a great personality, but most importantly he is passionate about peace, love and respect for one another. (...) “Involving children in decision making shows love and respect for their rights,” he added. Asked what is the biggest problem in his country, he emphatically said “war”. (...) After a short silence, he said: “If I could change something about South Sudan, it would be to ensure peace in the country by asking people to love and respect one another.”  UNICEF South Sudan/2018/Campeanu Kukuac doing his homework with support from his mother, Tereza Kak in Juba, South Sudan.
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Score: 882200.2 - https://www.unicef.org/southsu...-love-and-respect-their-rights
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South-East Asia Nepal Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Joint Press Statement: Stop Stigma and Discrimination, Spread Love Joint Press Statement: Stop Stigma and Discrimination, Spread Love 23 June 2020 News release Nepal 23 June 2020, Kathmandu:  Today, the United Nations Country Team in Nepal - together with over thirty national and international organizations - collectively launched the #मायाफैलाऔं #SpreadLove Campaign, calling for an end to stigma and discrimination against people, amidst the ongoing Covid-19 crisis in the country. (...) Since then, there have been alarming accounts of stigmatization against COVID-19 recovered people and their families, returnee migrant workers, health workers, and vulnerable groups, including people from different backgrounds, ethnicities, and abilities. (...) The #मायाफैलाऔं #SpreadLove Campaign calls on everyone to spread messages of love and hope in support of those who are affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
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Score: 881867.2 - https://www.who.int/nepal/news...and-discrimination-spread-love
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release HAVE YOU GOT THE LOVE TO GIVE? Launch of a campaign “Every Child Needs a Family” 26 July 2018 UNICEF/2018/Georgiev Available in: English Македонски Skopje, 1 June 2018:    Ministry of Labour and Social Policy and UNICEF launched a campaign “Every Child Needs а Family” to mobilise support for community based alternatives to institutional care and to recruit new foster families, so that children deprived of parental care grow up in a loving, safe and caring family environment. (...) Using the national classic song, it features a compelling TVC with a simple message “Have you got the love to give?” which will be aired on nine national television and ten regional television stations. In addition to radio, print, billboards and digital ads, the campaign includes different ways for people to join the initiative.
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Score: 880493 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...paign-every-child-needs-family
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release ‘Eat, Play, Love’: Sri Lanka’s children need more to ensure they enter adulthood without a disadvantage, warns UNICEF 13 June 2018 UNICEF/SriLanka Fazil MariJa with his baby daughter UNICEF opens petition, launches Father’s Day campaign featuring musician Jananath Warakagoda, former Sri Lanka rugby captain Fazil Marija, and broadcaster K D Pragash, to show how through ‘eat, play and love’ parents can build their children’s brains, and transform their futures. (...) In these early years’ brain development depends on three things: good nutrition , play and stimulation in the home environment and in preschools (aged 3-5 years), and love and protection from harm including violence, abuse and neglect. (...) Through ‘eat, play and love’ they have the power transform their child’s future.”
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Score: 877611 - https://www.unicef.org/srilank...e-they-enter-adulthood-without
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article The science of love in childhood Conversations with leading experts in childhood love, adversity and mental health. (...) Patel explains why our mental health is our greatest personal asset, and how it impacts a range of human experiences including our thoughts, feelings, behaviours and decisions. (...) Siegel explores the idea of love as a vital force of life which is essential for helping children grow and thrive.
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Score: 877224.2 - https://www.unicef.org/stories/science-of-love-in-childhood
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I had to do something.” That was how the We Love Reading project was born, which today is active in 56 countries worldwide, has trained over 7,000 – mostly women – volunteer readers, and has brought the joy of reading to nearly half a million children, including tens of thousands of young refugees in Jordan and beyond. (...) “That's the ‘secret sauce’ of We Love Reading: how people take up the programme and run with it wherever they are.” (...) While Dajani admits that she is surprised by the global popularity of We Love Reading, she said its success is driving her to work even harder to bring the benefits of a love of reading to more children.
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Score: 876623.6 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-ie/ne...ning-formula-kids-reading.html
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