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Search area has opened. Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Ghana’s youth pitch digital and non-digital ideas to find innovative solutions to open defecation Engaging young people for a cleaner Ghana 11 November 2021 UNICEF Accra, 11 th November 2021 – Three teams out of ten, have emerged as winners with their solutions to end open defecation in Ghana. (...) The West and Central Africa region accounts for 24 percent of global open defecation, with 120 million people practicing it. (...) “These ideas from such brilliant young minds, reignites our hope in an open defecation free Ghana, with further refinement and processing, these ideas could be the solution to making Ghana cleaner.” said Eric Chimsi, Development Officer, Global Affairs Canada.
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Score: 859556.5 - https://www.unicef.org/ghana/p...find-innovative-solutions-open
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“The more you share, the better you feel” | UNICEF Bhutan Skip to main content Bhutan Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Bhutan Explore UNICEF About us Work with us Contact us Press centre Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. Search area has opened. Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article “The more you share, the better you feel” All it took was a conversation for a student to start feeling better. (...) Tenzin, 17, recalls being absent minded, confused, anxious, uncomfortable, and having mixed feelings. (...) Tenzin started practicing mindfulness and meditations. He fought his thoughts and didn’t give up.  
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Score: 859195.1 - https://www.unicef.org/bhutan/...more-you-share-better-you-feel
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Fourth , in order to make headway in these areas, we must be ready to be creative and keep an open mind to new ideas that may allow members to overcome the most critical and fundamental stumbling blocks. (...) Finally , I think that, as well as being open-minded to new ideas, we should also be open-minded about how far-reaching our next steps will be. (...) I am approaching this process — along with the Chairs — with a completely open mind. We want to hear your views. I don’t intend to impose any strict time-frame on this initial process — but I have asked the negotiating chairs to feed back with some initial thoughts and findings from their consultations, if possible at the General Council on 14 March.  
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Score: 858852.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne...14_e/tnc_infstat_06feb14_e.htm
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Facebook Twitter Print Email To cultivate art and mind is also to cultivate peace, UNESCO chief says on World Poetry Day 21 March 2018 Culture and Education Not merely limited to beautiful and poignant words and phrases, poetry holds the extraordinary power to open new horizons, bridge differences and illuminate a path to peace and dialogue, the head of the United Nations cultural agency said on World Poetry Day . (...) Finally, since poetry is an act of creating and sharing, UNESCO invites everyone, on this World Day, to create, invent, share, and be open to other languages and other ways of naming the world, to rejoice in all that is different in our diversity. Since to cultivate art and cultivate the mind is also to cultivate peace.   ♦ Receive daily updates directly in your inbox - Subscribe here to a topic. ♦ Download the UN News app for your iOS or Android devices.  
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Score: 856962.1 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2018/03/1005541
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Lets build drones | UNICEF Malawi Skip to main content Malawi Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Malawi EXPLORE UNICEF About us The situation of children and women in Malawi Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) The Representative Work for UNICEF Contact us Press Centre Donate Main navigation What we do Publications Stories Take Action Search area has closed. Search area has opened. Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Photo essay Lets build drones Hear from the ADDA students on their experience so far Naomi Kalemba and Lulutani Tembo UNICEF Malawi/2020/Moving Minds 11 February 2020 Babatunde Timilehin Ogunkunle from Osun State, in Nigeria “I have always been interested in technology from a young age. (...) After I graduate from here, I want to open a firm that will focus on social entrepreneurship, including training interested youths from vulnerable communities in mapping and GIS and remote sensing. (...) UNICEF Malawi/2020/Moving Minds Fred holding a controller used for flying drones at the ADDA lab.
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Score: 856962.1 - https://www.unicef.org/malawi/stories/lets-build-drones
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National Geographic brings mindfulness on the importance of Ocean Literacy Skip to main content Toggle navigation Building peace in the minds of men and women Member states Staff Search form Search Search English English Main shared menu In brief Introducing UNESCO Mission and Mandate UNESCO House Strategic Transformation Portal Who's Who? 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(...) More specifically, she underlined that “ the ocean is a large pharmacy open to us all. ”, It is astonishing to learn the possibilities of developing medicines from substances produced by organisms living in the ocean abysses, which can be used to treat severe diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer. © UNESCO In the context of climate change, the ocean plays a pivotal part, in fact “ the ocean is our best ally against climate change, against the climate crisis, also because, up until now, it has absorbed about 28% of the carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere due to antropogenic activities ,” emphasised Francesca Santoro.
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Score: 856903.9 - https://en.unesco.org/news/nat...ness-importance-ocean-literacy
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It is possible that these factors have facilitated the establishment of “restrictive islands” in their minds, limiting their understanding of our world. Nevertheless, we must keep in mind that education is a powerful tool that allows us to open and expand people’s minds and helps people to become responsible and globally minded citizens. (...) We must help our students to become more open to the outside world and warn them about the dangers of developing misconceptions that may create isolated islands in their hearts and minds.
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Score: 856410.3 - https://www.un.org/en/node/25349
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It is possible that these factors have facilitated the establishment of “restrictive islands” in their minds, limiting their understanding of our world. Nevertheless, we must keep in mind that education is a powerful tool that allows us to open and expand people’s minds and helps people to become responsible and globally minded citizens. (...) We must help our students to become more open to the outside world and warn them about the dangers of developing misconceptions that may create isolated islands in their hearts and minds.
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Score: 856410.3 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...g-global-citizenship-education
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Please see ITU Blog HERE Network of Women portal is www.itu.int/go/now4wrc19   ​Wednesday – May 2 – Launch of new cycle of the mentorship programme of the Network of Women for WRC-19 (NOW4WRC19 ) open to participants of the ITU-R ​ Task Group 5/1 meeting in Geneva. (...) ITU and UNESCO Chair in ICT4D session at WSIS Forum 2018: International decision-making in ICT – where are the women?  A co-created mind-maps by Professor Tim Unwin from this session are available here : the Mind-Map of the opening and the Mind-Map of the discussion . (...) If you have participated and are interested in giving feedback on the mentorship programme, please fill in the online form: for mentors HERE​ , for mentees HERE​ For further information about the first-cycle of the mentorship programme which opened earlier in May 2017 for participants of Working Party 4A, please visit the related website .   
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Score: 855923 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/s...1/NOW4WRC19/Pages/default.aspx
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As it is stated in the preamble of UNESCO´S Constitution: “It is in the minds of men that defences of peace must be constructed”, therefore it is urgent to combine education of the minds with the one of the hearts to strengthen a global consciousness open to a Planet of justice and peace.
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Score: 855918.9 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/docs/stats/albuquerque.pdf
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