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Telly Aa Eku Kokkomen | UNICEF The Maldives Skip to main content The Maldives Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast The Maldives EXPLORE UNICEF About Us The Situation of Children What we do UNICEF Representative Work for Us 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 Page Telly Aa Eku Kokkomen Animated learning series for preschoolers jointly developed by Ministry of Education, National Institute of Education and UNICEF UNICEFMaldives/2020 Episodes UNICEFMaldives/2020 Telly Aa Eku Kokkomen - Episode 1 UNICEFMaldives/2020 Telly Aa Eku Kokkomen - Episode 2 UNICEFMaldives/2020 Telly Aa Eku Kokkomen - Episode 3 UNICEFMaldives/2020 Telly Aa Eku Kokkomen - Episode 4 UNICEFMaldives/2020 Telly Aa Eku Kokkomen - Episode 5 UNICEFMaldives/2020 Telly Aa Eku Kokkomen - Episode 6 Footer UNICEF Home Take action Volunteer Contact us About us What we do The situation of children Take action Learn more Stories Research and reports Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Legal Contact us Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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UNICEF DRC Prior to 8 May 2018, when the ninth Ebola epidemic was declared in Equateur province,   Telly Dibindukidi was in charge of communication and sensitizing activities in the fight against polio.  “I had already participated in two Ebola outbreaks, the one in Boende in 2014 and the one in Guinea-Conakry in 2015”, he explains. With his experience, Telly joined the UNICEF response team to protect the children in Equateur province. (...) Within the 48 hours following the outbreak's declaration, Telly, Richard, and Jean-Pierre Masuku were urgently redeployed to Equateur province to help contain the spread of the disease.
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Score: 1816145.5 - https://www.unicef.org/drcongo...tories-against-ebola-two-years
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Document 08/28/2020 Indoor play ideas to stimulate children - ދިވެހި ބަހުން Safe fun and learning during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak Download file (PDF, 147,66 KB) Page 08/03/2020 Telly Aa Eku Kokkomen Animated learning series for preschoolers jointly developed by Ministry of Education, National Institute of Education and UNICEF.
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 17TH SESSION, OFFICIAL RECORDS, GENERAL COMMITTEE, 148TH MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 19 SEPTEMBER 1962, NEW YORK
BANNIER (Netherlands) observed that, ifthe terms of rule 43 were strictly observed, Portugal's request might not be granted. (...) The Portuguese Government's position remained un- changed, and, if the General Committee recommended that the item should be included in the agenda, the Portuguese delegation would, as in the past, lodge the most formal objections. 37. Mr. DIALLO Telli (Guinea) observed that the African countries were the most interested of all in the Portuguese African colonies. (...) MOROZOV (Union of Soviet Socialist Repllb- lics) observed that, since British Guiana was still under foreign rule, any discussion of its boundaries with Venezuela at the present stage could only benefit those who wished to delay the attainment of the territory's independence.
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“Banks are 100% into operating their business and 0% into growing their business.” Telly V. Onu – FinTech Entrepreneur – St Kitts/Nevis Location in the Region Neither a Barrier or Blessing for Making Money Online. 6 out of 14 Believe Better Payment Systems will Only Allow them to Make an Additional US$500/month Where are clients located?
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Score: 1435535.7 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...ness_challenges_in_finance.pdf
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 18TH SESSION, OFFICIAL RECORDS, SPECIAL POLITICAL COMMITTEE, 381ST MEETING, THURSDAY, 10 OCTOBER 1963, NEW YORK
He wished to point out that his present observations had nothing to do with the sub- stance of the draft resolution and that, in appealing to the Committee to observe orderly procedure, he was concerned solely with safeguarding the reputation of the Special Political Committee and the United Nations. 32. (...) He felt that the Committee could now vote on the draft resolution. 47. Mr. DIALLO Telli (Guinea), raising a point of procedure, emphasized the exceptional urgency of the situation. (...) Even if the trials were postponed, the hardships suffered by those leaders made the matter an urgent one. 69. Mr. DIALLO Telli (Guinea) said that he wished to make a clarification regarding the case of Mr.
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SECURITY COUNCIL OFFICIAL RECORDS, 16TH YEAR : 939TH MEETING, 17 FEBRUARY 1961, NEW YORK
Walter Loridan (Belgium), Mr. Dia110 Telli (Guinea), Mr. K. K. S. Dadzie (Ghana), Mr. (...) C'est ainsi que M. Diallo Telli s'est permis, hier, de me traiter d'étudiant docile. (...) You are not free, Ml'. Diallo Telli! What simple-minded people are you trying to convince?
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 14TH SESSION, 4TH COMMITTEE : 886TH MEETING, FRIDAY, 25 SEPTEMBER 1959, NEW YORK
MBILE (Kamerun People's Party) observed that the regulations for the plebiscite were the same as for the ordinary elections. (...) Mr. ltaat HUSAIN (Pakistan) observed that Mr. Mbile had expressed doubts as to the value of the Litho in U.N. (...) EDMONDS (New Zealand) observed that Mr. Mbile did not favour the organization of a plebiscite forthwith; but that, if a plebiscite were held, he con- sidered that the population should be called upon to choose between attachment to Nigeria and union with the former Cameroons under French administration.
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LETTER DATED 63/10/22 FROM THE REPRESENTATIVE OF LEBANON TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
(Signed) DIALLO TELLI Guinee. B. N. CHAKRAVARTY T1td,:a L. N. PALAR InrionesitJ A. (...) ILBOunO Upper VoUa (Sig"d) DIALLO TELLI Guinù P. ILBOUDO Hauu~'VoUa B. N. CHAKRAVARTY [1Ul, L. (...) ermu.nenl du Liban de l'Organisation dlS Nations Unies, (Signé) Georges HAKIM DOCUMENTS S/5447 ADD. 1 2 Report by the SecretaI1'-General ta the Security CounciJ on the funetionin~ of the United Nations Yemen Observation Mission and the implementation of the rerros of dJsen~age­ ment Document 8{5447 [Origina!
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 18TH SESSION, OFFICIAL RECORDS, SPECIAL POLITICAL COMMITTEE, 378TH MEETING, TUESDAY, 1 OCTOBER 1963, NEW YORK
Under rule 100 of the rules of procedure of the General Assembly, it rested with the Committee to decide in what order the items would be taken up. 10. Mr. DIALLO Telli (Guinea) thought that the urgency of the first item on the list-the policies of apartheid of the Government of the Republic of South Africa: reports of the Special Committee on the Policies of Apartheid of the Government of the Republic of South Africa and replies by Member States under General Assembly resolution 1761 (XVII)-could not be over-emphasized. (...) Moreover, since their consideration would benefit from prior consultation among delegations, it would be advisable. to keep to the order proposed in document A/SPC/78, and to retain the important question of the Palestine refugees in third place. 13. Mr. DIALLO Telli (Guinea) had no objection to grouping the fourth, fifth and sixth items. (...) There belng no objection, it was so decided. 378th meeting - 1 October 1963 5 26. Mr. DIALLO Telli (Guinea) said that it was largely at African instigation that the Committee on arrange- ments for a conference for the purpose of reviewing the Charter had recently set up a sub-committee and that the question of Charter review was very closely linked to that of African representation, He agreed with the representative of the United Arab Republic that the matter ought to be considered at the same time as the fifth item of the Special Political Com- mittee's agenda.
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