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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article The little shepherd’s tale On World Children’s Day, we celebrate Kazem’s story of success and return to learning By Antwan Chndkji UNICEF/Syria/2021/Ali Almatar 21 November 2021 I learned how to read and write with help from the volunteers. Studying became easier with them around to support,” Kazim, 10 Dayr Hafir, east rural Aleppo, Syria, November 2021 - “My mornings start at 3:00 before dawn, because I have many responsibilities,” said Kazem, 10, describing a typical day in his life. (...) After leaving school, Kazem’s life changed. In addition to attending the sheep and maintaining the piece of land they have as part of their home, the little shepherd, took on a job as a car mechanic. (...) “I learned how to read and write with help from the volunteers. Studying became easier with them around to support,” said Kazem. A case manager was assigned to guide Kazem, encourage him to get back to school and help him prioritize his learning over work.
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Score: 998721.8 - https://www.unicef.org/mena/stories/little-shepherds-tale
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In some cases, they are separated from their families and communities, disrupting their familiar way of life. Wherever IDPs choose to settle, they inevitably require a space where they can converge and interact. Community centres, for example, help strengthen coexistence among IDPs, allow for easier access to crucial information for the residents of IDP sites, and provide women with a safe space where they can speak freely without fear. (...) Before, we did not have a central area where we can all meet and discuss issues of the camp or provide mobilization, but now it has become easier because everyone knows where to meet.” The centres also give other service providers a meeting point in their endeavour to serve the vulnerable IDPs.
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Score: 998094.6 - https://www.unocha.org/node/957697
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Other children already know how to speak Croatian and then it is all easier. … We hold ongoing activities and they learn Croatian through play and learning. (...) They have become accustomed to life in Croatia really well. It is still difficult for Negar to think about the journey by boat to the Greek coast: “Every second of it was horrible. (...) All this is behind them now and, in order to find it easier at school, they have spent their summer learning Croatian and English.
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Score: 998094.6 - https://www.unicef.org/croatia...s/new-beginning-child-refugees
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In some cases, they are separated from their families and communities, disrupting their familiar way of life. Wherever IDPs choose to settle, they inevitably require a space where they can converge and interact. Community centres, for example, help strengthen coexistence among IDPs, allow for easier access to crucial information for the residents of IDP sites, and provide women with a safe space where they can speak freely without fear. (...) Before, we did not have a central area where we can all meet and discuss issues of the camp or provide mobilization, but now it has become easier because everyone knows where to meet.” The centres also give other service providers a meeting point in their endeavour to serve the vulnerable IDPs.
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Score: 998094.6 - https://www.unocha.org/story/s...ty-centres-provide-safe-spaces
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While boasting local economy, local production makes maintenance a lot easier and lengthens the life span of furniture. Facilitate learning and teaching : Studies have shown a direct connection between comfortable school furniture and increased learning and development. Similarly, teaching methods can be facilitated with the new, easy to move, light weight modular furniture which is designed to give teachers better access to each and every student in the classroom. Easier transportation : Flat packed furniture can be easily transported, handled and assembled resulting in huge cost savings in transportation, low carbon emissions and reduce incidents of damage during transit.  
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Score: 998094.6 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...hool-furniture-guideline-scale
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A Doctor sharing some tips to get certified as Baby-Friendly Hospital for other hospitals to help make their journey easier Press release 11 September 2020 Exclusive breastfeeding in COVID-19 still baby's healthiest start in life First vaccine, best source of nutrition, and bolsters brain development Blog post 13 May 2018 All Jamaican mothers deserve baby-friendly hospitals Not many people know this, but my degree from UTech was in Child and Adolescent Development.
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Score: 997011.3 - https://www.unicef.org/jamaica/topics/breastfeeding
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Empire Plan Sydney Health makes healthcare easier Access personalized health and wellness information when you need it With the Sydney Health mobile app, you can access your medical, pharmacy, dental, vision, life, and disability benefits details in one place. (...) Health, Dental, Vision, and EAP products and services are offered by Empire HealthChoice HMO, Inc. and/or Empire HealthChoice Assurance, Inc., licensees of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, an association of independent Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans. Life & Disability products are underwritten by Anthem Life & Disability Insurance Company, an affiliate of Empire HealthChoice Assurance, Inc. (...) Anthem is a registered trademark of Anthem Insurance Companies, Inc. Life insurance benefi s provided undert Certificate Form Number LBO A NY 0105 C REV 0209.
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Score: 995098.6 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s.../files/sydney_app_-_empire.pdf
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For moms and dads, this means that instead of a sense of satisfaction, happiness and peace, they enter a eriod of fear for the health and life of their child. “Every year around 400 premature girls and boys in Croatia need intensive medical care.” (...) Breastfeeding and skin-to-skin contact may literally save the life of premature girls and boys. In order to make sure that premature and seriously ill children in intensive neonatology units receive an opportunity to experience skin-to-skin contact with their parents and that they are fed human milk, UNICEF had to procure equipment for all 13 units of intensive neonatology care and organise training for health workers. (...) UNICEF/Kljajo Resources Publication – Breastfeeding Premature Babies in Neonatal Intensive Care Units – Brochure for mothers Give them best start in life! Donate for vulnerable children. Become a Childhood Guardian Saznajte više Article The story of Iris Why breast milk for premature children like Iris is both food and medicine Read the story Article In mum and dad's arms, everything is easier Mum's milk and dad's hugs help Izidor recover Read the story Article How Will Darija Remember Giving Birth?
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Score: 995098.6 - https://www.unicef.org/croatia/en/premature-babies
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No one deserves to go through this alone. Things are always easier when you know you are not alone, when you have someone by your side, when you have someone to talk to and express how you are feeling.   (...) I usually lead a very dynamic life, constantly on the move, looking for new adventures. (...) I firmly believe that our life path depends on our own choices. I’m grateful I possess the power to enjoy life as it is.
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Score: 994734.8 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...a/stories/health-yes-stigma-no
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Challenges to Biosecurity from Advances in the Life Sciences | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Türkçe Українська UN Chronicle Toggle navigation Home About us Search Chronicle Conversations Archives » Article archives Issue archives Contact Coronavirus (COVID-19) Challenges to Biosecurity from Advances in the Life Sciences About the author Sergio Bonin Sergio Bonin is Political Affairs Officer for the Biological Weapons Convention and Chemical Weapons Convention, Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs. (...) In another approach, attempts are made to construct a minimal genome reduced to the essential genes required for life in order to serve as the chassis for mounting genetic modules. (...) Every major breakthrough in science has been applied for malign ends and the life sciences are no exception. The application of synthetic biology and nanobiotechnology for nefarious purposes is unlikely in the short to medium term.
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Score: 994634.3 - https://www.un.org/en/node/26099
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