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Search results Motherhood Available in: English العربية Campaign 20 March 2022 Happy Mother's Day with Zain Here is to mothers, children’s first best friend, supporter, cheerleader and source of love and happiness Photo essay 19 August 2021 Helping mothers follow optimal infant feeding UNICEF-supported health centres offer individual counselling and group awareness-raising sessions Article 27 April 2020 The incredible strength and resilience of a Syrian mother Overcoming injury, displacement and financial hardship with strength and support from UNICEF Article 10 March 2020 On International Women’s day, we celebrate this Syrian mothe #InternationalWomensDay Blog post 05 August 2019 UNICEF helps improve infant and young child feeding practice #worldbreastfeedingweek Press release 14 June 2019 One woman and six newborns die every two hours from complications during pregnancy or childbirth in Yemen - UNICEF Report 10 June 2019 Yemen: Parenting in a War Zone The conflict in Yemen has a mounting cost to the lives of mothers and newborns Options Available options Pamphlet 1: Crossroads at childbirth Pamphlet 2: Children dying in their first days Download file (PDF, 1,84 MB) (PDF, 1,28 MB) Article 07 April 2019 A Syrian mother’s journey to support her children “I worked until the day I gave birth, and immediately after delivery. It was exhausting,” Blog post 08 March 2019 One woman’s quest to support children’s education in Aleppo Nisreen, 35, is a mother of three girls. Like many women across Syria, she has lived through years of violence, displacement and loss.
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Score: 995370 - https://www.unicef.org/mena/topics/motherhood
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The mother’s basic right to non-discrimination on the basis of gender has been violated also. (...) While gender discrimination in nationality law and the importance of civil registration law are both frequently discussed in literature on the causes of statelessness, gender discrimination in civil registration law is not.18 Many legal and societal factors may dissuade a mother from registering her child’s birth. Even where nationality law technically allows a woman to convey nationality to her children, this right may be rendered completely theoretical if the mother cannot register the births of her children and thereby give the child proof of her nationality.19 Every GCC country’s civil status provides a list of individuals responsible for documenting the child’s birth, with legal responsibility falling to each individual in the order they are listed (meaning that the second person on the list faces personal liability for failure to register only if the first person on the list is unavailable to do so, and so on). (...) The United States Department of State reported in 2013 that government permission “was generally granted.”41 Prior to registering the birth of a child to a Qatari father and a non-GCC national mother, however, the father must present documentation of his permission to marry the child’s mother as part of the birth registration process.42 Oman limits the rights of its citizens to marry individuals who are not Omani or GCC nationals.
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Score: 993165.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ionMarginalized/B.Fisher_2.pdf
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Therefore, the WHO SAGE guidance recommends that mothers who are vaccinated continue breastfeeding after vaccination . (...) Refer to FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: Breastfeeding and COVID-19 for health care workers . Is it safe for mothers to breastfeed after they are vaccinated? Yes . (...) Does the ability to continue breastfeeding or provide expressed milk change after a mother is vaccinated? (i.e. Can/will the vaccine decrease milk supply?)
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Score: 992091.3 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam...-19-vaccines-and-breastfeeding
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Quality of care is grossly lacking even for mothers and babies who have contact with the health system. (...) Babies born to mothers under the age of 20 and over the age of 40 have higher mortality rates.   (...) Neonatal mortality rates among mothers with no education are nearly twice as high for those with secondary schooling and above.  
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Score: 990625.5 - https://www.unicef.org/turkiye...hildren-die-during-their-first
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Protective measures in order to prevent and decrease the spread of flowing diseases with more consideration to medical care for child and the mother. 2. Providing medical and protective first aid services. 3. (...) Chapter Four Protection of Child and the Mother Medical Care for Child and Mother Article 23: The ministry of public health is obliged to take the following measure in order to protect the health of child and mother: 1. (...) Family guidance and taking other preventive and treatment measures related to protection of child and mother through authorities of medical organizations.
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Score: 981949.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/afg_e/WTACCAFG5A1_LEG_22.pdf
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UNICEF/UNI329139/Ijazah Face-to-face meetings are limited due to the COVID-19 pandemic, requiring staff to use WhatsApp to counsel pregnant and nursing mothers. The WA group enables Dessy to monitor the mothers’ progress regularly without having to see them in person. If she believes a mother is at risk, she will schedule a home visit. (...) All parties must wash their hands. One young mother, Winda Ika Saputri, recently contacted Dessy through the group.
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Score: 981816.2 - https://www.unicef.org/indones...eline-during-covid-19-pandemic
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Quality of care is grossly lacking even for mothers and babies who have contact with the health system. (...) Babies born to mothers under the age of 20 and over the age of 40 have higher mortality rates.   (...) Neonatal mortality rates among mothers with no education are nearly twice as high for those with secondary schooling and above.  
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Score: 981209.6 - https://www.unicef.org/turkey/...hildren-die-during-their-first
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Deep-rooted beliefs in herbs as part of pregnancy care; decision-making as a male prerogative for seeking and choice of care; influence from older mothers; and the fear of preparing for the unborn whose viability is considered uncertain are some of the cultural and traditional barriers to maternal and child care. Uganda’s high malnutrition rates are driven by social norms and practices that include giving newborns porridge, milk, bean soup, tea or alcohol when the family believes the child’s mother does not have breast milk. Exclusive breastfeeding is also impacted by gender norms. (...) Medius Kyarikunda, a health worker in Kicuzi sub-county SOLUTIONS: UNICEF is focusing its communication for development (C4D) efforts on two multi-sectoral flagship areas of early childhood development and adolescence, through the following Interventions: •    Conducting research on key knowledge, attitudes and practices among individuals and communities in health, nutrition, education and child protection. •    Providing technical and financial support to develop and roll out national C4D strategies. •    Developing evidence-based multimedia materials on key family care practices and the underlying social and cultural norms. •    Building capacity and partnerships with parents, caregivers, religious leaders, non-governmental organizations and others to roll out key family care practices. •    Mobilizing, strengthening and revitalizing community-based structures such as mothers’ support groups, adult literacy groups, savings groups, youth groups etc. to scale up early childhood and adolescent development family care practices. •    Supporting innovative approaches to reach adolescents and children through entertainment, sport, music, dance and drama.  
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Score: 981124.7 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/.../communication-for-development
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Education and support key in stepping up for breastfeeding Article 03 August 2022 From weakness to strength; marking World Breastfeeding Week The story of a mother’s determination to grow a healthy baby Photo essay 19 August 2021 Helping mothers follow optimal infant feeding UNICEF-supported health centres offer individual counselling and group awareness-raising sessions Photo essay 26 September 2020 UNICEF is offering awareness-raising sessions Including consultations, immunizations, preventive and curative malnutrition services, young childhood feeding and exclusive breastfeeding. Blog post 07 August 2019 Volunteers support new mothers to breastfeed their newborns. “We first meet mothers right after delivery, to help them initiate breastfeeding during the first hour of the baby’s life,” explains Riham.
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Score: 979904.6 - https://www.unicef.org/syria/topics/breastfeeding
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Reduced maternal deaths as a proxy for good antenatal, perinatal and postpartum services for mothers and infants. 4. Increased total health expenditure to improve child survival 5. (...)  How can countries influence health systems changes that are responsive to the survival of mothers and children in resource limited settings?  Increase health expenditure while reducing individual out-of-pocket health costs Slide Number 1 Study Aims & Methodology Key factors influencing increased reduction of under-five deaths in the African Region Issues for consideration
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Score: 979707.8 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...ce/partnersforum/1a_africa.pdf
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