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Tips for Children with Disabilit ies All children, including those with disabilities, need love, respect, nurturing, and time, especially during difficult and uncertain times. (...) Be supportive, empathetic, and loving. Your child may not have the same support they usually have, and this can lead to additional challenges such as increased stress, anxiety, and frustration. Use physical and verbal support to make your child feel accepted and loved. Positive body language, gestures, and words make a big difference!
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Score: 861155.7 - https://www.unicef.org/turkey/en/media/12536/file
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He also remains committed to support his wife with all that he can provide; and is very eager to see his daughter grow healthy and full of love. UNICEF Laos/2018/Saykoson Phonesouphan Thepbandith has a kiss and getting a moment to play with her before going to work Fathers play a very important role in the early moments of a child’s life, especially to enable their wives to breastfeed, and to help her provide health stimulants to their newborn by playing with them and providing the love and care. (...) He also still cooks and takes turns in changing her diapers at night, and most of all to calm her when she cries. “I love the new role I play for my wife and as a father to my daughter. (...) Because every child deserves all the love and affection, health and protection that only a father can provide.
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Score: 859386.2 - https://www.unicef.org/laos/st...ries/every-child-strong-father
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Video Vladi’s story: from a harmful institution to a loving foster family How Bulgaria’s child-care transformation changed one boy’s life. (...) “Through the development of new legislation and by improving family and community-based care, Bulgaria, and other countries in the region, have been able to transition thousands of children out of these harmful institutions and into loving families and more appropriate community based care arrangements”  Across the region, support from the European Union has been vital in ending the institutionalisation of children.  (...) A happy, healthy childhood Back in Shumen, eight-year-old Vladi is a happy healthy boy, who attends school. He says that he loves his foster mother very much.  “I love my mom taking care of me, as well as I like taking care of her,” he says. 
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Score: 858123 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/sto...l-institution-to-loving-family
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Photo Essay Small group homes, are not just a place to live, they give children a sense of love and belonging One of the alternatives for children who cannot grow up in a family, is a small group home, like the one in Berovo. (...) A large institution, like orphanages or children’s home, can never replace the love and support provided in a family environment. (...) UNICEF/2017/Georgiev Petar (16) loves to help with cooking for instance, which is why he is considering a career in the tourism industry.
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Score: 858123 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...ldren-sense-love-and-belonging
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UNICEF/2021/Dinda Veska “I’d love to go back to school and be with my friends to study. (...) Suhaeni Kudus – UNICEF Indonesia Education Specialist UNICEF/2021/Dinda Veska Nurjanah’s favourite classes in the Sipaketau Community Learning Centre include dancing, singing and poetry reading. She wants to continue pursuing her education, including to tertiary level. (...) Children can’t wait Read now Article Healing fear and trauma with love Children orphaned due to COVID-19 try to overcome their fear and trauma with the help of their caregivers and social workers.
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Score: 856268.2 - https://www.unicef.org/indonesia/stories/promise-of-a-dream
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For UNICEF, supporting continuity of essential services during emergency situations includes provision of primary health care services including immunization among other critical services like psychosocial support, nutrition, maternal health, water, sanitation, and hygiene, and much more.    (...) My name is Hiwat and I love to learn English because I can easily understand it. I love studying and this is why I dream of becoming a doctor."
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Score: 855887.1 - https://www.unicef.org/sudan/s...es-tigray-refugee-camp-sudan-0
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Media centre Refworld Data Supply Chain Careers Share this page: About Us Figures at a Glance The High Commissioner Who We Help Where We Work History of UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award The 1951 Refugee Convention Governance and Oversight Prominent Supporters Resources for asylum-seekers in the United States Evaluation Service Attorney Resources Emergencies Afghanistan emergency Ethiopia Tigray emergency Burundi situation Coronavirus outbreak Central African Republic situation DR Congo emergency Displacement in Central America Nigeria emergency Rohingya emergency Sahel emergency South Sudan emergency Syria emergency Venezuela situation Yemen emergency What We Do The Global Compact on Refugees Our fight against sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment Advocacy Asylum and Migration Cash-Based Interventions Coordinating Assistance Education Ending Statelessness Environment, Disasters and Climate Change Innovation Livelihoods and Economic Inclusion Protection Public Health Safeguarding Individuals Shelter Solutions News and Stories Media Centre News Releases Newsletter: The Refugee Brief Stories Special Features This Land is Your Land Our Partners Government partners Non-Governmental Organizations Private sector Sport partners UN and International Institutions Additional partnerships Get Involved World Refugee Day Aiming Higher Youth with Refugees Art Contest Sign up and stay informed Model UN Refugee Challenge Global UNHCR search Search UNHCR Close search   Home News and Stories Africa Shares Ethiopia: We Love Reading Ethiopia: We Love Reading ©  The We Love Reading model is a quick, fun method of introducing reading circles to refugee children using community volunteers. (...) Initiated in Jordan, UNHCR put the model through a four-month testing phase that included detailed consideration and adaptation for the local context, including language, culture, and learning as well as a review of current education actors to understand how best to integrate it in Ethiopia. (...) We need to read in our own language. We Love Reading helps our children.” Shambool, a young refugee man in Gambella camp, Ethiopia The teams introduced English, Nuer, and Arabic story books, as well as stories told by community members, testing to see which resonated with the children and elders.
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Score: 855684.4 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-us/ethiopia-we-love-reading.html
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Media centre Refworld Data Supply Chain Careers Share this page: About Us Figures at a Glance The High Commissioner Who We Help Where We Work History of UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award The 1951 Refugee Convention Governance and Oversight Prominent Supporters Evaluation Service Emergencies Afghanistan emergency Ethiopia Tigray emergency Burundi situation Coronavirus outbreak Central African Republic situation DR Congo emergency Displacement in Central America Nigeria emergency Rohingya emergency Sahel emergency South Sudan emergency Syria emergency Venezuela situation Yemen emergency What We Do UNHCR UK information and links on Afghanistan Situation The Nationality and Borders Bill UNHCR UK FAQs on COVID-19 in Relation to Refugees and Asylum Seekers The Global Compact on Refugees Our fight against sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment Frequently asked questions for asylum seekers and refugees in the UK Advocacy Asylum and Migration Cash-Based Interventions Coordinating Assistance Education Ending Statelessness Environment, Disasters and Climate Change Innovation Livelihoods and Economic Inclusion Protection Public Health Safeguarding Individuals Shelter Solutions News and Stories Ties that Bind: Community Sponsorship in the UK Goal Click Refugees Refugee Week 2021 Media Centre News Releases Newsletter: The Refugee Brief Stories Special Features Announcements A Great British Welcome Our Partners Private Sector Partners - UK United Kingdom for UNHCR Government partners Non-Governmental Organizations Private sector Sport partners UN and International Institutions Additional partnerships Get Involved World Refugee Day Aiming Higher Youth with Refugees Art Contest Community Sponsorship Sign up and stay informed Model UN Refugee Challenge Supporting refugees in the UK Become a Supporter Global UNHCR search Search UNHCR Close search   Home News and Stories Africa Shares Ethiopia: We Love Reading Ethiopia: We Love Reading ©  The We Love Reading model is a quick, fun method of introducing reading circles to refugee children using community volunteers. (...) Initiated in Jordan, UNHCR put the model through a four-month testing phase that included detailed consideration and adaptation for the local context, including language, culture, and learning as well as a review of current education actors to understand how best to integrate it in Ethiopia. (...) We need to read in our own language. We Love Reading helps our children.” Shambool, a young refugee man in Gambella camp, Ethiopia The teams introduced English, Nuer, and Arabic story books, as well as stories told by community members, testing to see which resonated with the children and elders.
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Score: 855684.4 - https://www.unhcr.org/uk/ethiopia-we-love-reading.html
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Media centre Refworld Data Supply Chain Careers Share this page: About Us Figures at a Glance The High Commissioner Who We Help Where We Work History of UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award The 1951 Refugee Convention Governance and Oversight Prominent Supporters UNHCR Multi-Country Representation in Canberra Evaluation Service Emergencies Afghanistan emergency Ethiopia Tigray emergency Burundi situation Coronavirus outbreak Central African Republic situation DR Congo emergency Displacement in Central America Nigeria emergency Rohingya emergency Sahel emergency South Sudan emergency Syria emergency Venezuela situation Yemen emergency What We Do The Global Compact on Refugees Our fight against sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment Advocacy Asylum and Migration Cash-Based Interventions Coordinating Assistance Education Ending Statelessness Environment, Disasters and Climate Change Innovation Livelihoods and Economic Inclusion Protection Public Health Safeguarding Individuals Shelter Solutions News and Stories Media Centre News Releases Newsletter: The Refugee Brief Stories Special Features Announcements Our Partners Government partners Non-Governmental Organizations Private sector Sport partners UN and International Institutions Additional partnerships Get Involved World Refugee Day Aiming Higher Youth with Refugees Art Contest Sign up and stay informed Model UN Refugee Challenge Human lives, Human rights Global UNHCR search Search UNHCR Close search   Home News and Stories Africa Shares Ethiopia: We Love Reading Ethiopia: We Love Reading ©  The We Love Reading model is a quick, fun method of introducing reading circles to refugee children using community volunteers. (...) Initiated in Jordan, UNHCR put the model through a four-month testing phase that included detailed consideration and adaptation for the local context, including language, culture, and learning as well as a review of current education actors to understand how best to integrate it in Ethiopia. (...) We need to read in our own language. We Love Reading helps our children.” Shambool, a young refugee man in Gambella camp, Ethiopia The teams introduced English, Nuer, and Arabic story books, as well as stories told by community members, testing to see which resonated with the children and elders.
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Score: 855684.4 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-au/ethiopia-we-love-reading.html
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Media centre Refworld Data Supply Chain Careers Share this page: About Us Figures at a Glance The High Commissioner Who We Help Where We Work History of UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award The 1951 Refugee Convention UNHCR Representation in Malaysia Governance and Oversight Prominent Supporters Be a part of the UNHCR Malaysia team Evaluation Service Emergencies Afghanistan emergency Ethiopia Tigray emergency Burundi situation Coronavirus outbreak Central African Republic situation DR Congo emergency Displacement in Central America Nigeria emergency Rohingya emergency Sahel emergency South Sudan emergency Syria emergency Venezuela situation Yemen emergency What We Do Private Sector Partnerships The Global Compact on Refugees Our fight against sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment What We Do in Malaysia Community-based Protection in Malaysia Advocacy Asylum and Migration Cash-Based Interventions Coordinating Assistance Education Ending Statelessness Environment, Disasters and Climate Change Innovation Livelihoods and Economic Inclusion Protection Public Health Safeguarding Individuals Shelter Solutions News and Stories Media Centre News Releases Newsletter: The Refugee Brief Stories Special Features Announcements Stories in Malaysia News in Malaysia Our Partners UNCT in Malaysia Government partners Non-Governmental Organizations Private sector Sport partners UN and International Institutions Additional partnerships Get Involved World Refugee Day Aiming Higher Youth with Refugees Art Contest Sign up and stay informed Model UN Refugee Challenge Get Involved in Malaysia Volunteer in Malaysia Events in Malaysia Global UNHCR search Search UNHCR Close search   Home News and Stories Africa Shares Ethiopia: We Love Reading Ethiopia: We Love Reading ©  The We Love Reading model is a quick, fun method of introducing reading circles to refugee children using community volunteers. (...) Initiated in Jordan, UNHCR put the model through a four-month testing phase that included detailed consideration and adaptation for the local context, including language, culture, and learning as well as a review of current education actors to understand how best to integrate it in Ethiopia. (...) We need to read in our own language. We Love Reading helps our children.” Shambool, a young refugee man in Gambella camp, Ethiopia The teams introduced English, Nuer, and Arabic story books, as well as stories told by community members, testing to see which resonated with the children and elders.
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Score: 855684.4 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-my/ethiopia-we-love-reading.html
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