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Family Background  In what place (state or country, municipality or delegation, and locality) was born… When was your father/mother born? what was your father/mother educational attainment? what was your father/mother main tasks and duties are undertaken in his/her job when you were 14 years old? (...) 30/10/2019 13 Thematic coverage according to the structure of the 2017 questionnaire Mother's background 10.10 Could you tell me how many live births your mother had?
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Score: 1002262.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...19/mtg2/4_Longitudinal_MEX.pdf
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In a 2 study comparing the impact of mother’s education and household wealth, the authors concluded that mother’s education was a more important determinant of child survival than household wealth. (...) One variable of interest is the mother’s education. The study will document to what extent mother’s education is as important as household wealth for the survival of a child. (...) The impact of household wealth and mother’s education on child survival at the country level Although the analysis is conducted mostly at the regional level, it is essential to investigate the impact of household wealth in individual countries.
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Score: 998301.1 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ons/pdf/technical/TP2015-1.pdf
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N.S. was born in Melilla to a Moroccan mother who herself had migrated there when she was a child. Both mother and daughter are categorized as irregular residents in the Spanish city and so N.S. was not able to enter the public education system, even though she had reached the age of compulsory schooling, which is from age six to16. (...) In November 2019, N.S. and her mother filed a complaint before the judicial administrative court in Melilla to demand she be allowed to attend school there but the judge ruled that N.S. should be educated in Morocco instead.
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Score: 997091.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/press...w-moroccan-child-attend-public
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Fathers have substantial impact on the wellbeing of children and mothers, and the impact of fatherhood on men is important, too. (...) As a home visitor, you have opportunities to make mothers and fathers aware of these comprehensive needs. (...) Though in most traditional societies, mothers are considered the primary parents and fathers the primary wage earners, increasingly mothers and fathers are sharing childrearing, household, and economic duties more equally.
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Score: 996475 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/media/21491/file
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Report on programmes for pregnant women and mothers in detention | UNICEF Skip to main content Ukraine Toggle navigation Українська English Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Ukraine EXPLORE UNICEF About UNICEF Our history What we do COVAX Information center Work with us Partnership with UNICEF Contact us Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Document Report on programmes for pregnant women and mothers in detention Assessment of programs on responsible motherhood for and practices of work with pregnant women and mothers with children in penitentiary institutions UNICEF Available in: Українська English About As part of a study devoted to assessing programs and practices for working with pregnant women and mothers with children in penal institutions to form responsible motherhood, the needs of women in such services, their attitude and readiness to participate in consultations, individual and/or group classes aimed at developing skills of responsible motherhood, care and upbringing of children, in particular using positive, nonviolent methods of education, were studied. According to the results of the study, a program for the formation of responsible motherhood and prevention of child abuse among pregnant women and mothers with children in penal institutions was developed.
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Score: 995566.7 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...nt-women-and-mothers-detention
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With UNICEF’s support, children with disabilities who fled the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh with their mothers now receive much needed rehabilitation and care services five days a week, from 10.00 am to 5:00 pm. (...) “The majority of children from Nagorno-Karabakh that come to our centre in Yerevan are either with their mother or grandmother. Many mothers cannot accompany them to the centre as they have other children to look after. (...) “We can see that many mothers need support themselves, as they are very concerned about the future of their family.
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Score: 995150 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...-disabilities-nagorno-karabakh
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One such example is the mother language Cornish in England that is said to have become extinct in 1777. (...) As a tool of communication, the mother language has a powerful role in the formation of the individual, and is " the most powerful instrument of preserving and developing our tangible and intangible heritage." (...) I hope that the International Mother Language Day will inspire peoples of the world towards mutual respectful tolerance of our rich cultural traditions of which mother language is one of the most precious.
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Score: 995023.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/presi...atements/20030221-language.pdf
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Tigran’s path in education is no different – he was first enrolled in a special boarding school for children with disabilities, due to which he was temporarily separated from his mother and to a degree isolated from his community. At a later stage, he transitioned to an inclusive vocational school, which he soon graduated with a specialization as a hairdresser. His mother says, Tigran acquired so much more in his new school and was quick to make friends and explore new specialties. “I wish he can find a stable job upon graduating and keep on doing what he loves,” says Tigran’s mother Ruzanna.   UNICEF Armenia/2015/Hayrapetyan Mother wishes he can find a stable job upon graduating and keep on doing what he loves.
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Score: 993370.8 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia/en/node/531
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Landmark clinical trials have now demonstrated that significant reductions in the transmission rate of HIV from mother to child during the labor and birth process can be achieved with Viramune( in developing world settings. The efficacy of this treatment is seen following the administration of a single tablet to the mother during labor and a couple of drops of suspension to the newborn. (...) But the reality is that capacity building for the prevention of mother-to-child transmission requires investment.
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Score: 989051.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...presentations_e/20wecker_e.doc
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Landmark clinical trials have now demonstrated that significant reductions in the transmission rate of HIV from mother to child during the labor and birth process can be achieved with Viramune in developing world settings. The efficacy of this treatment is seen following the administration of a single tablet to the mother during labor and a couple of drops of suspension to the newborn. (...) But the reality is that capacity building for the prevention of mother- to-child transmission requires investment.
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Score: 989051.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...presentations_e/20wecker_e.pdf
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