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We are delighted that this important conference be held in your country, whose people has suffered for many decades under the oppression of apartheid. (...) The suffering of the Iraqi people is an obvious example of the racial attitude by the governments of the United States and Britain against the Iraqi people, an attitude that has already led to the death of more than 1.5 million Iraqis. (...) All of the African peoples suffered a lot during the era of colonization and foreign occupation, which was characterized by the pillage of the wealth and resources of the African continent.
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Score: 763942.53 - https://www.un.org/WCAR/statements/iraqE.htm
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The number of HIV / AIDS sufferer founded in Kardinah Hospital Tegal has increased significantly by 56.5% at the last 3 years (from 69 people in year 2012 to 108 people in 2014). Pregnant women who are HIV sufferer also increased significantly by 75% (from 4 people in 2013, to 7 people in 2014). (...) The visitors tripled from 500 women in 2012 become 1.594 people in 2013. 2. The handled number of HIV sufferer pregnant women cases in RSUD Kardinah were increasing about 25% at last three years, which is the number of pregnant women increased twice.
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Score: 755786.9 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/5023
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The hope is that by empowering people with knowledge, communities will commit to improving hygiene practices and be more aware of child rights issues. Sad Al-Gareeb which was aired during Ramadan while many people were self-isolating at home due to the spread of COVID-19, has been an effective means of engaging people with the public health threats faced today. (...) It also brings to light the suffering of people from water crisis in various governorates, and it further touches upon health and humanitarian issues that impact the youth of the community, particularly women, who have suffered for long."
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Score: 754254.93 - https://www.unicef.org/yemen/s...ies/sad-algareeb-strangers-dam
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In Sokoto State, also in Nigeria’s northwest, close to 18 per cent of children suffer from wasting and 6.5 per cent suffer from severe wasting. (...) In the Central Sahel countries of Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger, intensifying conflict, displacement and climate shocks will leave an estimated 5.4 million people struggling to meet their daily food needs during the next lean season. (...) Read the story Article COVID-19 vaccine matchmaking In the Democratic Republic of Congo, UNICEF is using SMS to connect people with available vaccines. Read the story Article Fighting malnutrition and ensuring a healthier future UNICEF and the People's Republic of China respond to the nutrition crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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Score: 750032.4 - https://www.unicef.org/drcongo...ongo-northeast-nigeria-central
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This toll has compelled the largest movement of refugees since World War II with grave humanitarian, social, economic, psychological and security consequences for the children, women and men whose fate it is to become a refugee, as well as consequences for the countries in conflict, receiving countries and the international community as a whole. The Palestinian people know too well the pain and tragedy of such turmoil and dislocation as they continue to suffer the injustices of the 1948 Nakba, including 5.5 million Palestine refugees constituting the most protracted refugee crisis in the world, and to endure the brutality of Israel’s illegal, belligerent occupation for nearly a half century. (...) The intent of the drafters of the Geneva Conventions and Additional Protocols was clear: to ensure protection to civilians in situations of armed conflict and minimize their vulnerability and suffering. Yet, the tragedy of civilians in armed conflict persists due to the lack of respect for IHL in too many circumstances and the failure to hold accountable the perpetrators of violations and grave breaches, including Israel, the occupying Power, which continues to cause harm and suffering to the Palestinian people with absolute impunity. (...) We have repeatedly appealed for protection for the Palestinian people, not just in the recent period but over the decades as our people have endured immeasurable oppression and cruelty under Israel’s occupation, including killing and injury of civilians in military raids, airstrikes and bombardments and terror attacks across the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, detention, imprisonment, abuse and torture, forced displacement and transfer, an illegal blockade and other severe measures of collective punishment.
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Score: 746271 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...ements/protocols/palestine.pdf
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New UN report warns that the number of people suffering hunger in Latin America is at its highest point in two decades | FAO FAO.org english français Português Español FAO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean FAO in the region Priorities News Events Publications and Multimedia Programmes and projects Partners Jobs New UN report warns that the number of people suffering hunger in Latin America is at its highest point in two decades FAO, IFAD, PAHO/WHO, UNICEF and WFP will present a report focusing on the latest statistics and trends of food security and nutrition in the region. (...) According to the Regional Overview, the number of people suffering hunger is at its highest point since the year 2000 , with a 30 percent increase just between 2019 and 2020. Four in every ten people suffered food insecurity during 2020, and one in four adults suffers obesity.
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Score: 743395.95 - https://www.fao.org/americas/noticias/ver/en/c/1457805/
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I am indeed pleased to be here with you today to demonstrate our common commitment to the suffering people of Yemen. And I want to thank the Governments of Sweden and Switzerland for co-hosting this conference for the third year running, and for your continued solidarity and support.  (...) Twenty million people cannot reliably feed themselves or their families.   (...) For many years, Yemen hosted hundreds of thousands of refugees and people in transit.  As High Commissioner for Refugees, I witnessed for myself Yemenis’ legendary hospitality and kindness to the people in need.
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Score: 742335.7 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2019/sgsm19477.doc.htm
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I shall be extremely sorry to miss the inspiring context of being able to do something about the suffering through the people we have here at the UN and through our partners in the international NGOs or through the many local people we work with to get that last mile. (...) While yes, there are disputes around the world and there are things that are causing terrible humanitarian suffering that should be relieved, we are in a better place to meet the suffering of people when emergencies strike. (...) Make sure that we call people to account so that there is a better deterrent to those causing humanitarian suffering today.
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Score: 741477.05 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2...suffering-stresses-outgoing-un
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Less than half of those living with depression are receiving treatment – because of fear and discrimination arising from stigma, and lack of available services. “People with mental illness should not suffer in silence or be isolated from their families and communities. (...) “In Viet Nam, most mental health services are often only available in psychiatric hospitals, despite increasing numbers of people suffering from depression.. We need to find practical and affordable solutions to ensure that mental health services are available and easily accessible where they are most needed”. (...) Health providers need to provide a safe space for people who may be suffering from depression or other mental illness, free from stigma, to encourage people to seek help and learn more about the treatments that are available.
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Score: 741195.65 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...or-end-to-mental-health-stigma
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New UN report warns that the number of people suffering hunger in Latin America is at its highest point in two decades | FAO FAO.org english français Português Español La FAO en Amérique latine et aux Caraïbes FAO in the region Priorities Informations Événements Publications et Multimédia Programmes et projets Partenaires Emploi New UN report warns that the number of people suffering hunger in Latin America is at its highest point in two decades FAO, IFAD, PAHO/WHO, UNICEF and WFP will present a report focusing on the latest statistics and trends of food security and nutrition in the region. (...) According to the Regional Overview, the number of people suffering hunger is at its highest point since the year 2000 , with a 30 percent increase just between 2019 and 2020. Four in every ten people suffered food insecurity during 2020, and one in four adults suffers obesity.
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Score: 739679.4 - https://www.fao.org/americas/informations/ver/fr/c/1457805/
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