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Through COMMUNICATIONS, • Ensuring of transparency from the State by making information publicly available and accessible; • Encouraging and fostering communication through technology to enable the dissemination of information; • Utilizing the role of civil society organizations to bridge the gap between the State and local community; • Strengthening and raising awareness of the media on the role of peacebuilding and preventing violent extremism; • Popularizing, vulgarizing and making accessible, the language of communication (terminologies/ jargons, language, and sign language) pertaining to heritage; • Advocating the establishment of collaboration among cultural civil society organizations.
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Score: 787357.86 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/default/files/action_plan_en.pdf
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They are particularly numerous in Bangladesh, China and Southeast Asia but are also popular in Egypt, Nigeria and much of Europe, particularly in western France. Breeds vary greatly depending on location and whether they are specialized for meat, egg or feather production or whether they are multipurpose. They are raised in a great variety of production systems ranging from small numbers of birds held in mixed farms, to vast flocks that are transported in lories to clear up paddy fields following rice harvests.
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Score: 787357.86 - https://www.fao.org/livestock-...global-distributions/ducks/en/
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An all-star “Ghana Loves Haiti” benefit concert was held in Accra on 23 January, and a national text messaging campaign has been launched to raise funds from the Ghanaian public. Coumba Gawlo Seck, a popular Senegalese singer, has proposed that she and other artists record a song in solidarity with Haiti, with all proceeds going to the Haitian people. (...) Through broad public campaigns and more focused initiatives in individual schools and workplaces, the committee aims to raise funds for an initial period of at least three months. (...) Topics:  Haiti Port au Prince international mobilization solidarity Most Read Today Culture and Education Swahili gaining popularity globally coronavirus Omicron-fuelled COVID-19 surge in Africa plateaus Health Resistance to antibiotics and other drugs a global concern Human Rights Remembering the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda 27 years later Equality Women in Leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 World Economic Development Crypto-currency adoption in Africa: The ups and downs More from Africa Renewal Africans extend solidarity to Haiti About Africa Renewal The Africa Renewal information programme provides up-to-date information and analysis of the major economic and development challenges facing Africa today.
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Score: 785599.37 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...ans-reach-out-solidarity-haiti
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By Osman Benk Sankoh Audio "Ebola Hero" shares how radio saved lives in Liberia By UN Radio News Ebola virus transmission has been stopped in Sierra Leone – UN health agency By UN News News No new cases of Ebola reported for first time since March 2014 – UN health agency By UN News News Presidents of Sierra Leone and Liberia outline post-Ebola recovery plan in addresses to UN Assembly By UN News News Liberia again declared free of Ebola transmission as number of cases remains stable in wider West Africa By UN News News Sierra Leone begins 42-day countdown to be declared free of Ebola virus transmission – UN health agency By UN News News Thousands of unregistered children born in Liberia during Ebola crisis at risk of exploitation – UNICEF By UN News News Lowest weekly total of Ebola cases in 2015 reported, UN health agency says By UN News News Amid uptick in Ebola cases, UN agency cites challenges in reaching affected communities By UN News News More than 16,000 children lost parents or caregivers to Ebola - many are taken in by the communities: UNICEF By UNICEF Web Feature Vaccine, operational support crucial in preventing future Ebola epidemics By Yemisi Akinbobola Web Feature Early treatment is key in managing Ebola By Yemisi Akinbobola Interview EBOLA: This catastrophe must never be allowed to happen again — David Nabarro By Newton Kanhema Ebola Ebola threatens economic gains in affected countries Foreign workers return home, citing contagion fears By Kingsley Ighobor Ebola Ebola disruption could spark new food crisis Food prices skyrocket as farmers abandon farms By Franck Kuwonu Ebola Ebola: Fighting a deadly virus Weak national healthcare systems and few medical staff struggle to cope By Sulaiman Momodu Cover Story Ebola: A wake-up call for leaders Disease exposes the weaknesses of neglected healthcare systems By Masimba Tafirenyika Also Financing Africa’s massive projects Innovative bankrolling gains popularity and raises high hopes among key countries By Kingsley Ighobor Also Financing Africa’s massive projects Innovative bankrolling gains popularity and raises high hopes among key countries By Kingsley Ighobor Also Improving maternal health in Africa Despite progress in some countries, many women and babies still die during childbirth in Africa By Kingsley Ighobor News Global response to Ebola crisis "has succeeded" By UN Radio News Ebola: UN crisis response mission opens new office in Mali By UN News Interview EBOLA: This misery must never happen again By Newton Kanhema News Ebola: UN special envoy says combating stigma integral to overall crisis response By UN News News Ebola: UN envoy warns against letting guard down, ‘even for a second’ By UN News News UNICEF to double staff in Ebola-affected countries; UN health chief deplores lagging vaccine research By UN News News UN Ebola response in West Africa to be bolstered by increase in World Bank funding By UN News News Signs of Ebola decline in Liberia offer ‘glimmer of hope’ – UN By UN News News Ebola: UN mission concludes visits to affected countries.
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Score: 785599.37 - https://www.un.org/africarenewal/topic/ebola
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By Michael Boampong and Daniel Assamah Refugees & Migrants Thousands of refugees and migrants suffer extreme rights abuses on journeys to Africa’s Mediterranean coast By UNHCR Migration IOM hails historic first human trafficking convictions in Sierra Leone By IOM Migration First Group of Over 1,400 Stranded Ethiopian Migrants Arrive from Tanzania By IOM Refugees & Migrants How mobile money is rebuilding lives in Sudan By UN News Migration IOM Presents Guide on Safe Management of Transhumance Flows in Chad By IOM Migration Theatre Helps Raise Awareness on Human Trafficking in Most Affected Regions in Nigeria By IOM Migration Despite dangers, many Africans still migrate to Europe Irregular migrants reveal strong links between migration and development By UNDP   1 of 3 next › Recent Issues November 2021 October 2021 September 2021 August 2021 Browse other issues Most Read Today Economic Development Crypto-currency adoption in Africa: The ups and downs Culture and Education Swahili gaining popularity globally Human Rights Remembering the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda 27 years later Climate Change Bringing degraded African land back to life About Africa Renewal The Africa Renewal information programme provides up-to-date information and analysis of the major economic and development challenges facing Africa today.
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Score: 784793.55 - https://www.un.org/africarenewal/section/refugees-migrants
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The project aimed to strengthen the local management and development capacity of mountain populations to boost their income, raise their standard of living and increase their food security while ensuring sustainable use of natural resources. (...) Mar 20, 2018   Evaluation is not easy nor popular, but essential, says the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon at the UN Evaluation Group High-Level Event Mar 15, 2015   Why is evaluation important for reducing rural inequalities? Mar 20, 2018   Evaluation is not easy nor popular, but essential, says the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon at the UN Evaluation Group High-Level Event Mar 15, 2015 The Independent Office of Evaluation of IFAD (IOE) evaluates the work of IFAD to find what works, what doesn’t and why.
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Score: 784197.27 - https://www.ifad.org/es/web/io...ad-delegation-visiting-morocco
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Several Pacific island countries are on their way to becoming healthy islands through key measures such as raised taxes on tobacco products. Pacific Islands will celebrate achievements in tobacco control and advocate for scaling up action on World No Tobacco Day on May 31. (...) The theme of 2014 World No Tobacco Day is raise tobacco taxes. Raising taxes on tobacco is a proven method to reduce tobacco use –particularly amongst the young. (...) Decreasing use results in decreased disease and death. Likewise, raising taxes on tobacco increases revenue. Since the WHO began to focus on raising tobacco taxes as a cost effective approach to reducing tobacco consumption in the Pacific, 7 Pacific islands have raised taxes on tobacco products (Cook Islands, Fiji, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands and Tonga).
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Score: 783782.4 - https://www.who.int/westernpac...otecting-health-in-the-pacific
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UNICEF Malawi and the popular Malawian hip hop artiste Fred Penjani Kalua popularly known as FredoKiss are coming together to raise their voices on behalf of children in Malawi. (...) UNICEF Champions for Children are prominent individuals from art, entertainment, sport or other fields of public life who contribute to raising awareness of children’s rights, in support of UNICEF’s work and advocacy for children.  (...) Follow UNICEF on Twitter and Facebook Related topics Childrens rights Youth engagement Youth Malawi More to explore Press release 01 December 2021 A child was infected with HIV every two minutes in 2020 – UNICEF Visit the page Blog post World Children's Day 2021: Regional consultative workshop Voices of Youth Read the story Article Improving sexual and reproductive health and HIV services 2gether4SRHR Read the story Blog post Young people in Malawi raise awareness on climate change International Youth Day 2021 Read the story Footer UNICEF Malawi home What we do Take Action About us Contact us Work for us Stories The situation of children in Malawi Publications Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 781071.44 - https://www.unicef.org/malawi/...nicef-malawi-champion-children
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In November 2018, UNICEF country office in Argentina and Hayastan All-Armenian Fund signed a collaboration agreement to raise funds in Argentina with the objective to improve the health, education and protection of children and adolescents in Armenia. (...) Altogether 9,262,000 Argentine pesos were raised for Spitak. In 2019, these funds will be directed to four programme areas. UNICEF is already building Spitak’s first inclusive playground for children and adolescents with and without disabilities and working to raise the quality of pediatric services in the city.
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Score: 781071.44 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...munity-argentina-unite-efforts
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UNV-2022-02-07T14:47:25+0100.pdf General enquires Email: unv.media@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 Partnership enquires Email: partnershipsupport@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 1 In Dili Municipal Stadium, UN Volunteers shared information about the UN contribution to the Millennium Development Goals by making presentations to the public to raise awareness of the environment in particular, inviting children to participate in games and crafts to show how to reuse and recycle materials. (...) In Dili Municipal Stadium, UN Volunteers shared information about the UN contribution to the Millennium Development Goals by making presentations to the public to raise awareness of the environment in particular, inviting children to participate in games and crafts to show how to reuse and recycle materials. (...) During the day, UN Volunteers involved in activities for children and launched the UNV Kick-off Draw, a competition to raise awareness of the environment. In Timor-Leste, the Peace Memorial in Dilis International Peoples Park remembers the victims of the 1999 conflict in East-Timor.
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Score: 781071.44 - https://www.unv.org/node/15285/pdf
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