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Ermina Tafa, the mother of 5-year-old Matej, who is currently not going to kindergarten due to the pandemic, says that the individual sessions were very useful and have helped her face the threat of coronavirus infection. (...) UNICEF Montenegro / Duško Miljanić / 2020 Ermina Tafa, the mother of 5-year-old Matej explains how workshops encouraged her to support her child's going to kindergarten, but also to give him all the necessary support at home, in Herceg Novi, in December 2020. (...) At the same time, as they say themselves, the mothers have more time to do their chores and then dedicate themselves to the child when he or she comes home from kindergarten.
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Score: 968191.6 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...dition-development-every-child
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UN Committee welcomes Argentina’s suspension of deportation of a mother of three | OHCHR Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Resources Resources For Civil society Educators Journalists Members States National institutions and regional mechanisms More Databases Library Publications English العربية 中文 English Français русский Español More + OHCHR Donate Search input field Main Navigation OHCHR What are human rights? (...) The children had their own ways of expressing their pleasure that their mother will not be taken away from them: “I like when she plays with us because we have a very good time,” said the 12-year old eldest daughter. (...) “Had Rosario been deported, her children would have either had to be separated from their mother or forced to leave Argentina, the only country they know, their country of citizenship and where they were born,” said Committee member and Chairperson of the Working Group on Individual Communications, Ann Skelton.
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Score: 968154.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/press...nsion-deportation-mother-three
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Agricultural holdings were classified in: Individual operator; Non-Dairy Civil Society (Non-daity GAEC); Earl Company; De facto group; Dairy civil society (SCL); Dairy GAEC; Other civil society; Commercial company or coop; Common cropping society; Other juridical person (school, hospital);Another individual Geographical coverage The census covered the whole island. Statistical coverage The holdings with activity over at least one of the following cut-off limits were enumerated: - 1 hectare of agricultural area, or -0.2 hectares of specialized crops; - or at least has a minimum number of animals (1 broodmare or mule, 1 cow, 2 cattle older than 2 years, 1 sow mother, 6 sheep mothers, 6 goats, 10 rabbits mother, 100 poultry) or 1000 hatching eggs capacity,, or 10 hives in production. or: - 20 acres of asparagus; - 20 acres of cabbage sauerkraut; - 15 acres of strawberries; - 5 acres in gardening (not for only consumption); - 5 acres of floral and ornamental crops; - 10 acres under vine producing original appellation wines (AOC); - 5 acres of vineyards in Champagne; - 5 acres of nursery: wine, ornamental, fruit, forest; - 40 individual fruit trees; ______________________________________________________________________________ 2 - or during the agricultural year 2009 at least: 2 horses for slaughtering, 5 calves, 5 pork, 10 sheep or 10 goats for slaughtering, 200 rabbit for meat, 500 broiler poultry; 50 fat poultry, 10000 eggs or 2 tons of chicory or 1 ton of mushrooms or watercress for sale.
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Score: 966980.3 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...s/Draft/Guadeloupe__draft_.pdf
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Delegate Highlights Crucial Potential Role of Millennials in Creating Sustainable Future, as General Assembly Marks Tenth International Mother Earth Day | Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Search the United Nations Search Advanced Search Toggle navigation Home Secretary-General Latest Press Releases Press Conferences General Assembly Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Security Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Press Conferences Economic and Social Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases International Court of Justice United Nations Print Meetings Coverage GA/12138 22 April 2019 General Assembly Seventy-third Session, Interactive Dialogue on Harmony with Nature (AM & PM) Delegate Highlights Crucial Potential Role of Millennials in Creating Sustainable Future, as General Assembly Marks Tenth International Mother Earth Day Speakers Stress Vital Role of Education, Skills in Tackling Environmental Issues Thanks to their education, millennials are much more attuned to environmental issues and can play a crucial role in creating a sustainable future, India’s representative said today as the 193‑nation General Assembly commemorated International Mother Earth Day. (...) Opening Remarks MARÍA FERNANDA ESPINOSA GARCÉS (Ecuador), President of General Assembly, described the tenth anniversary of International Mother Earth Day as a moment of reflection on and commitment to that cause.  (...) “The system may rule against Lake Erie and our law… we don’t lose until we quit — and we will never quit on Lake Erie or Mother Earth.” Environmental issues and sustainable development Official observances For information media.
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Score: 966666.7 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2019/ga12138.doc.htm
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Topics Publications HRP research programme About us Staff Contact us WHO validates elimination of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis in Thailand, Armenia, Belarus and the Republic of Moldova “A clear signal to other countries that elimination is possible” 7 June 2016 : WHO congratulates Thailand and Belarus for their achievement of eliminating of mother-to-child transmission of both HIV and syphilis, and Armenia and the Republic of Moldova for eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis, respectively. (...) Mother-to-child transmission of syphilis and HIV Nearly 1 million pregnant women worldwide are infected with syphilis annually. (...) However, that risk drops to just over 1% if antiretroviral medicines are given to both mothers and children throughout the stages when infection can occur.
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Score: 966269.6 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...th/news/emtct-hiv-syphilis/en/
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Microsoft PowerPoint - HCP day 2 Kangaroo mother care.ppt Partnering for Kangaroo Mother Care Scale-up Malawi Evelyn Zimba Nurse Midwife and Newborn Health Programme Manager for Save the Children Why Kangaroo Mother care? (...) Warmth, by positioning the baby skin-to-skin with the mother 2. Increased breastfeeding 3. Empowering the mother to care for her small baby and allowing early discharge home Evidence shows: Increased weight gain Less infections for the baby Tendency to significant reduction in mortality Reducing time in hospital and less costs for health system and families Increased bonding and maternal satisfaction Why Kangaroo Mother care? (...) In Malawi, prior to the late 1980s LBW babies were nursed away from mothers in locally made incubators, a wooden box with a light bulb below the mattress for heat.
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Score: 965634.9 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/even...7/20071113_malawi_kangaroo.pdf
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The right to nationality ensures concrete protection for individuals --  UN Human Rights Committe member Trapped in vicious circle   In their statement, the Committee explain that Denny's mother was trafficked to the Netherlands in 2004, when she was 15, and forced into prostitution.   (...) Moreover, as Denny's mother was abandoned by her parents and never recorded in China’s civil registry as being born, she herself could not obtain Chinese citizenship nor provide proof of Denny's nationality.   (...) Reaching beyond Dutch authorities  Denny and his mother filed a petition to the Committee in 2016 in a bid to garner protection.  
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Score: 964855.2 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/12/1081062
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The plan included increased provision of nevirapine, the extension of treatment to all HIV-infected pregnant mothers and their children and the expansion of related health-care services, such as voluntary counselling and testing. 2004: introduction of comprehensive care management and treatment of HIV-infected individuals. (...) Impact of the national prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) program on perinatal mother-to-child transmission of HIV (MTCT) measured at six weeks postpartum, South Africa (SA). (...) New guidance on prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and infant feeding in the context of HIV .
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Score: 963357.1 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/91/1/12-106807/en/
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The  quality and the diversity in the diet that children require to stay nourished and healthy matter. “Many mothers in South Sudan are not aware that they can actually prepare nutritious meals with locally available foodstuffs – and the mother-to-mother support groups are trained to teach this to the women in their community,” says David Kazima, a staff member of World Vision, one of UNICEF’s 38 partner NGOs working on the nutrition programme. (...) At the community level, it is the individual mothers and nutrition volunteers who take the first step to prevent and treat malnutrition – by ensuring that every mother and caregiver is aware of the ill effects of malnutrition and the simple and safe practices that will go a long way to protect and nourish their loved ones. UNICEF South Sudan/2022/Joel Natalina counsels Veronica on complementary breastfeeding In the community of Bazungua, Natalina Mathew, a member of a mother-to-mother support group converses with Veronica Augustine about the health of her child.
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Score: 962535.5 - https://www.unicef.org/southsu...reastfeeding-children-6-months
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Microsoft Word - PREBOARD_MEETING_2_FIELD TRIPS_Manoshi brief 2010 RA.doc 1 Schedule and brief for Field Trips To sign up for one of the field trips, please contact Solaiman Sarker - Senior Regional manager at solaiman.s@brac.net and Taskeen Chowdhury : taskeen.c@brac.net or Phone: +880 (2) 988 1265 Ext 2525 Schedule of field visit in Manoshi (urban maternal, neonatal and child health project funded by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation) for PMNCH Board Members Date: 28.04.10 (Wednesday) Group: 1 (Korail) Date Time Event Venue 1.00pm • Starting for field visit from BRAC Centre 1.15pm – 2.00pm • Visit BRAC Delivery Center • Meet Urban Birth Attendants and Manoshi Midwives • Observe meeting with expectant mothers Delivery centre 2.00pm – 2.45pm • Meet Shasthya Kormi and Shasthya Shebika providing ANC to a pregnant women • Meet recently delivered mother and neonate • Meet women referred to hospital for maternal complications Slum 28.04.10 2.45pm – 3.00pm • Return back Group: 2 (Shat tala) Date Time Event Venue 1.00pm • Starting for field visit from BRAC Centre 1.15pm – 2.00pm • Visit BRAC Delivery Center • Meet Urban Birth Attendants and Manoshi Midwives • Observe meeting with expectant mothers Delivery centre 2.00pm – 2.45pm • Meet Shasthya Kormi and Shasthya Shebika providing ANC to a pregnant women • Meet recently delivered mother and neonate • Meet women referred to hospital for maternal complications Slum 28.04.10 2.45pm – 3.00pm • Return back Group: 3 (Kunipara) Date Time Event Venue 1.00pm • Starting for field visit from BRAC Centre 1.15pm – 2.00pm • Visit BRAC Delivery Center • Meet Urban Birth Attendants and Manoshi Midwives • Observe meeting with expectant mothers Delivery centre 2.00pm – 2.45pm • Meet Shasthya Kormi and Shasthya Shebika providing ANC to a pregnant women • Meet recently delivered mother and neonate • Meet women referred to hospital for maternal complications Slum 28.04.10 2.45pm – 3.00pm • Return back 2 A Brief Note on the Manoshi-Urban MNCH Project TITLE OF THE PROJECT: Manoshi PROJECT DURATION: Jan 01, 2007 - Dec 31, 2011 GOAL: Decrease illness and death in mothers, newborns, and children in urban slums in Bangladesh through the development and delivery of an integrated, community-based package of essential health services. (...) The UBA gives tablet misoprostol to mothers during third stage of labor. They do immediate management of hemorrhage and immediately refer complicated cases to referral facilities. (...) For low birth weight babies, mothers are taught how to provide kangaroo mother care to maintain body temperature and feeding.
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Score: 962331.1 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...board8_preboard_fieldtrips.pdf
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