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Fact Findings and Lessons Learned from the Comparative Study on Information Techonology (IT) Usage by Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Latin America and Asia Publication corporate author: NU.
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Score: 262914.7 - https://www.cepal.org/en/taxonomy/term/8136/34063
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The school borehole has been rehabilited, additional gender-separate girl-boy latrines and temporary learning spaces have been built. Rihanata now takes her scours under a tent and has drinking water and latrines available for her needs. (...) In Burkina Faso, UNICEF support the government to cope with the deteriorating security situation affecting children education through providing a protective learning environment. Thanks to the financial support of the Government of Japan, UNICEF ensured the continuity of education for 2,680 children (1,325 girls) through the deployment of 50 tents in 43 primary schools of Centre-Nord region. (...) Additionally, 20 gender-separated latrines have been constructed in schools and temporary learning spaces, benefiting about a thousand children, including 560 girls.
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Score: 321893.75 - https://www.unicef.org/burkina...education-back-school-rihanata
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Namibia Drought Emergency Situation Report, 9 May 2019 | UNICEF Skip to main content Toggle navigation English Français Español العربية 中文 High contrast Press Centre Donate Meganav - EN What we do Focus areas All areas Adolescent development Child protection Child rights Children with disabilities Climate change and environment COVID-19 response Early childhood development Education Gender Health Humanitarian emergencies Immunization Migrant and refugee children Nutrition Social and behaviour change Social policy Water, sanitation and hygiene How we do it Innovation Partnerships Supply and logistics Humanitarian Action for Children Global advocacy Action on the climate crisis Better mental health: #OnMyMind Child health and survival Children under attack Tackling the learning crisis RESEARCH AND REPORTS Publications The State of the World’s Children Annual Report Humanitarian Action for Children Publications by topic Data Data by topic and country Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICs) Policy and research Insight and Policy Research - Innocenti Child rights and global goals Convention on the Rights of the Child Core Commitments for Children Sustainable Development Goals STORIES Stories and explainers Stories of impact Issue explainers Photography Emergencies spotlight All emergencies Afghanistan Horn of Africa Rohingya refugees Syria Ukraine Yemen Voices UNICEF Blog Voices of Youth Evidence for Action blog About UNICEF About us Who we are History Results Strategic Plan Transparency and accountability Audit and Investigation Work with us Our people Executive leadership Executive Board Goodwill Ambassadors Where we work All locations East Asia and Pacific Eastern and Southern Africa Europe and Central Asia Latin America and the Caribbean Middle East and North Africa South Asia West and Central Africa Child rights and global goals Convention on the Rights of the Child Sustainable Development Goals TAKE ACTION Get involved Work with us Partner with us Donate Volunteer Spotlight World Children's Day Action on the climate crisis Better mental health: #OnMyMind Tackling the learning crisis Child health and survival Communities UNICEF Parenting Voices of Youth U-Report Search area has closed.
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Score: 315927.1 - https://www.unicef.org/documen...cy-situation-report-9-may-2019
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More than 200 teachers from Guria region learned about the benefits and the importance of COVID-19 vaccination through information sessions organized by UNICEF in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Science and the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health. (...) The risks to children, while they are out of school, are greater than the risks to them while in school, for three key reasons: The impact of school closures on students’ learning, health, and well-being at critical developmental stages have profound repercussions on children, their families, and their economy. (...) School closures have the greatest negative impact on the most vulnerable children, those who are far less likely to have access to remote learning and more likely to be exposed to violence, abuse, neglect, child labor, and other risks.
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Score: 331282.18 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia...ion-part-joint-campaign-unicef
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Towards the end of the session, the facilitator quizzed the participants on their learning. With laughter, the women worked together to provide the right answers, and then lined up with their children to receive the vaccines administered by the health centre staff. (...) Eam Samrith VHSG who help HC staff to collect villagers to join health education session Related topics Health Cambodia More to explore In other news UNICEF Newsletter Newsletter: FOCUS on Youth Read now In other news UNICEF Newsletter Newsletter: The Learning Loss Issue Read now In other news UNICEF Newsletter ISSUE #90 February 2022 Read now Article Svay Rieng leads the way in sanitation for all In January, Svay Rieng became the first Cambodian province to eradicate open defecation, thanks to a huge effort from national level down to communes Read the story Footer UNICEF HOME What we do Research and report Stories Press center About us Children in Cambodia Where we work How we work Contact us Take action Child safe practices Job vacancies Volunteering Supply and procurement Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 297320.14 - https://www.unicef.org/cambodi...timulating-demand-immunization
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Given the whole context and pandemic restrictions, 35 per cent of those who answered the survey are concerned about their lack of access to in-person learning. A quite similar proportion (26 per cent) includes those whose main fear during the pandemic is that they cannot see their friends. (...) Out of the people consulted, 17 per cent say they have often come across the information that long-term effects are unknown and 9 per cent mention the information that there are various side effects. Eight per cent have learned that these side effects are less serious than the disease and 4 per cent of respondents mention vaccine safety.     (...) Related topics Adolescent and youth participation Voices of Youth Youth engagement Romania ECARO Europe and Central Asia More to explore Article In Brasov, Anastasia dreams of a peaceful future The 16-year-old volunteer at the CATTIA Blue Dot Hub tries to build a new life by helping others and learning new things. Read the story Article Navigating the future by helping others What working in a Blue Dot taught Alina Read the story Article A Driving License For Hope Alex and His Road to Safety and Freedom Read the story Article What do adults misunderstand about young people How adults relate to the young generations can have a major impact on teenagers lives.
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Score: 336184.77 - https://www.unicef.org/romania...nts-would-agree-get-vaccinated
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For more information about UNICEF and its work for children, visit www.unicef.org/serbia Follow UNICEF on  Twitter ,  Facebook  and  Instagram   Related topics Education Basic education Serbia More to explore Article Learning together At Economics and Trade Secondary School, they know that a child’s right to inclusive education does not stop with disabilities. Read the story Article The school we want Children are clear on what they need in school: quality learning programme adapted for the 21st century Read the story Article The Learning Club: A School Within a School The Learning Club was established in the school last year, and the pupils are regularly attending it to support their education efforts.
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Score: 361842.24 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...ation-safest-investment-future
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Author(s) UNICEF/TLMM Publication date April 2017 Languages English Download Options Available options ECI Brief - English version ECI Brief - Myanmar version Download file (PDF, 921,03 KB) (PDF, 1,35 MB) Related topics Early childhood development Early education Education Myanmar More to explore Statement 27 May 2022 Statement on access to learning for millions of children in Myanmar Read now Photo essay Serving children in Myanmar UNICEF@75 See the story Press release 07 December 2021 COVID-19 ‘biggest global crisis for children in our 75-year history’ – UNICEF Visit the page Statement 19 March 2021 Occupation of schools by security forces in Myanmar is a serious violation of children’s rights Read now Footer UNICEF Myanmar Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Children in Myanmar Press centre Where we work Our Representative Our partners Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Legal Contact Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 282534.25 - https://www.unicef.org/myanmar...early-childhood-intervention-0
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Research Institute (China)   Q22/16   2022-01-04   [ 915 ]     H.EMO-MCS: Update to the functional entities in clause 4     Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) (Korea (Rep. of))   Q24/16   2022-01-04   [ 914 ]     New: F.FR-ERSS: Proposal for a new work item on "Requirements for human factors of first responders in emergency response support systems"     Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) (Korea (Rep. of))   Q24/16   2022-01-04   [ 913 ]     H.DLT-VERI: Proposed modifications of clause 8     Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) (Korea (Rep. of))   Q22/16   2022-01-04   [ 912 ]   (Rev.1)   F.CMEGReqs "Requirements for cooperation of multiple edge gateways": Updated Clauses 7, 8 and Appendix for Consent     Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (China) , University of Electronic Science and Technology of China , ZTE Corporation (China)   Q21/16   2022-01-04   [ 911 ]     H.DLT-TFR: Revision of Technical framework for DLT Regulation     Institute of Information Engineering Chinese Academy of Sciences (IIE, CAS) (China)   Q22/16   2022-01-04   [ 910 ]     H.IPTV-LSFA: Proposed description on service capability in clause 8.3.2     China Telecommunications Corporation   Q13/16   2022-01-04   [ 909 ]   (Rev.1)   F.DLIM-AHFS: Added text on the "Requirements of the distributed ledger incentive model for agricultural human factor services"     Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) (Korea (Rep. of))   Q24/16   2022-01-04   [ 908 ]     F.AI-ISD: Proposals for modification of clause 8     China Telecommunications Corporation , Zhejiang Lab (China)   Q5/16   2022-01-04   [ 907 ]     New: F.DLT-FMD: Proposal of a new work item on a framework for fast message delivery for DLT-based services     Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Korea (Rep. of))   Q22/16   2022-01-04   [ 906 ]     F.ICNMMS: Proposed update     Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Korea (Rep. of))   Q21/16   2022-01-04   [ 905 ]   (Rev.1)   New: F.CUAV-ES: Proposal for new work on a framework and requirements for emergency services using civilian unmanned aircraft vehicles     China Unicom   Q21/16   2022-01-04   [ 904 ]     New: F.ML-ICSMIReqs: Proposal for new work on requirements for intelligent crowd sensing multimedia interaction based on deep machine learning     China Mobile Communications Co. Ltd. , China Unicom , Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) (China)   Q5/16   2022-01-04   [ 903 ]   (Rev.1)   New: FSTP.OC-VC: Proposal for a new technical paper "Requirements of object classification dictionary set for V2X communication"     Korea (Rep. of)   Q5/16 , Q27/16   2022-01-04   [ 902 ]   (Rev.1-4)   F.RIMSReqs: Updated text for Consent     Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) (China) , University of Electronic Science and Technology of China   Q21/16   2022-01-04   [ 901 ]   (Rev.1-2)   New: F.DC-MTCPS-MCC: Propose to start a new work item "Multi-camera collaboration of mobile terminal computational photography system"     Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (China) , Huayou Digital Culture Technology Research Institute (Xiamen) Co., Ltd.
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Score: 167153.83 - https://www.itu.int/md/T17-SG16-220117-C/en
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Search results Assistive technology Available in: Български English News note 21 April 2020 UNICEF and Microsoft launch global learning platform As school closures in more than 190 countries force over 1.57 billion students from their classrooms, the Learning Passport aims to keep children learning Flagship report 24 July 2018 Children in a Digital World UNICEF Report Options Available options Summary Full report Download file (PDF, 7,22 MB) (PDF, 11,21 MB) Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports News and stories Take action About UNICEF Situation of the children in Bulgaria Ambassadors Champions for the children Child rights Partners Campaigns Шампиони за децата Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 373494.1 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...en/topics/assistive-technology
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