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Microsoft Word - UGANDA_Humanitarian Multi-hazard Sitrep March-April 2021 1 Funds received , $1M Carry- forward, $6M Funding gap, $18M Funding Status (in US$) * UNICEF results are attributed to both ORE funding received, as well as other resources, reprogrammed funds and regular resources. 29% 15% 15% 22% 22% 29% 33% 14% 76% 28% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Polio vaccination Funding status SAM admissions Funding status MHPSS access Funding status Education access Funding status Safe water access Funding status H e al th N ut rit io n C h ild P ro te ct io n E d uc a tio n W A S H Situation in Numbers 8,200,000 # of children in need of humanitarian assistance (UNICEF HAC 2021) 15,200,000 # of people in need (UNICEF HAC 2021) 874,439 # of refugees and asylum- seekers who are children (OPM, Progress V4, 30 April 2021) 1,482,100 # of refugees and asylum- seekers (OPM, Progress V4, 30 April 2021) UNICEF’s Response and Funding Status* Highlights  Through the COVAX facility, the Government of Uganda received 864,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine in addition to 100,000 doses received as a donation from the Government of India. (...) UNICEF expresses its sincere gratitude to all public and private donors for the contributions received. However, the 2021 Humanitarian Action for Children (HAC) still has a funding gap of 71 per cent. (...) Cumulatively, 901,272 children and women (82,090 being refugees) received essential health care services, including immunization and prenatal, postnatal, HIV and gender-based violence care in 29 UNICEF focus districts. 36,689 children have been vaccinated against polio.
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Score: 1140518.6 - https://www.unicef.org/media/9...arian-SitRep-30-April-2021.pdf
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Additionally, 2,901 PLW received multiple micronutrient supplements and 2,393 pregnant women (in their second and third gestation trimester) received prophylactic antiparasitic treatment for intestinal infections and anaemia. (...) Additionally, three health centres in the south of Bolívar state received HIV post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) kits for GBV survivors. (...) Some 57.3 tons of sea freight was also received at a value of US$331,400, composed of cold chain equipment and medical kits.
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Score: 1139651 - https://www.unicef.org/media/1...20Report%2031%20May%202021.pdf
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Additionally, 2,901 PLW received multiple micronutrient supplements and 2,393 pregnant women (in their second and third gestation trimester) received prophylactic antiparasitic treatment for intestinal infections and anaemia. (...) Additionally, three health centres in the south of Bolívar state received HIV post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) kits for GBV survivors. (...) Some 57.3 tons of sea freight was also received at a value of US$331,400, composed of cold chain equipment and medical kits.
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Score: 1139651 - https://www.unicef.org/venezue...%20de%20UNICEF%20Venezuela.pdf
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In UNICEF-supported areas, 382,675 women and children received essential health services, including immunization, prenatal, postnatal, HIV care. (...) Follow-up with UNICEF Supply Division to accelerate shipment of vaccines to Benin enabled the Country Office to receive 31,000 vials of Penta and 652,198 doses of BCG. (...) Child protection To date, 3633 children and adults received psychosocial support. During the reporting period, 30 children (18 girls and 12 boys) had access to alternative care, amount to a total of 580 children. 126 new children (73 girls and 53 boys) and 826 new adults (761 women and 65 men) received integrated services, including psychosocial support, health care and/or legal assistance. 9 additional social affairs departmental directorates received funding from UNICEF to establish child-friendly spaces in more than 60 Centres for Social Promotion.
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Score: 1139031.8 - https://www.unicef.org/media/8...OVID19-SitRep-24-July-2020.pdf
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To ensure countries have all the supplies they need to kick off the COVID-19 vaccination drives whenever the COVID-19 vaccines arrive, they are beginning to receive syringes and safety boxes for the safe disposal of syringes. Sudan is confirmed to receive 530,000 syringes and 5,300 Safety boxes of 5 litre capacity. (...) We cannot let one disease lead to outbreaks of other diseases that could reverse years of progress in child health. Sudan receives COVAX vaccines Press release 03 March 2021 Joint Press Release: Sudan receives first delivery of COVID-19 vaccines with over 800,000 doses Visit the page Photo essay Historic!
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Score: 1137160.4 - https://www.unicef.org/sudan/c...19-vaccines-information-centre
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Over 284,000 children and their caregivers provided with psychosocial support   4,600 children without parental or family care have been provided with appropriate alternative care arrangements   120,500 UNICEF personnel and partners have completed training on Gender-Based Violence (GBV) risk mitigation and referrals for survivors   19.7 million children and women receiving essential healthcare, including prenatal, delivery and postnatal care, essential newborn care, immunization, treatment of childhood illnesses and HIV care in UNICEF supported facilities.   1.46 million healthcare providers trained in detecting, referral and appropriate management of COVID-19 cases.   77,800 children (6-59 months) admitted for treatment of severe acute malnutrition (SAM) Author(s) UNICEF Publication date October 2020 Languages English Download Download file (PDF, 954,74 KB) Related topics COVID-19 Humanitarian crisis and response India More to explore Article सौर ऊर्जा संचालित ,‘टीका संचयन शीत-भंडारण सौर ऊर्जा संचालित ,‘टीका संचयन शीत-भंडारण Read the story Article Nutritious beginnings ensure healthier and happier children Nutritious beginnings ensure healthier and happier children Read the story Article Breastfeeding within an hour of C-section delivery Breastfeeding within an hour of C-section delivery Read the story Article Breastfeeding: The Best Possible Start in Life Breastfeeding: The Best Possible Start in Life Read the story Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take action About us Press centre Children in India Our partners Where we work Multimedia assets Campaigns Key data Frequently asked questions Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1136738.2 - https://www.unicef.org/india/r...covid-19-situation-report-no-6
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In UNICEF-supported facilities, 144,974 women and children received essential health services, including immunization, prenatal, postnatal, HIV care. (...) Concerning nutrition, a cumulative number of 9,497 mothers and caregivers of children aged 0 to 23 months received support and counselling to breastfeed and provide diversified complementary food to young children (6 to 23 months). (...) With UNICEF support, 1,683 new children (951 girls; 732 boys) received mental health and psychosocial support in response to COVID-19, including 254 (186 girls; 74 boys) who received alternative care. 98 adults (53 women; 45 men) were also provided with access to mental health and psychosocial support.
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Score: 1135886.5 - https://www.unicef.org/media/8...COVID19-SitRep-29-May-2020.pdf
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They range from identifying transmission risk factors to evaluating diagnostic tools and examining the use of prenatal counselling and contraceptives. Bednets used to protect from mosquito bites Credit: WHO/PAHO The Zika virus is transmitted by the Aedes mosquito, and last year’s outbreak, particularly in Brazil, was associated with an increase in serious complications among newborn infants. (...) The initiative is part of the research capacity strengthening programmes of HRP and TDR, and has received additional funds from the WHO Zika Strategic Response Plan. (...) Ana Luiza Vilela Borges Escola de Enfermagem da Universidade de São Paulo Brazil Zika virus infection in different biological samples of infected pregnant women; dynamics of the infection and clinical outcomes Sara Santos Bernardes Faculdade de Ciências da Saúde (FCS) da Universidade Federal da Grande Dourados (UFGD) Brazil Public health policies in emergency situations: the outbreak of Zika virus Ethel Leonor Noia Maciel Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo Colombia Contraceptive use, prenatal counseling, and abortion in the context of Zika Javier F.
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Score: 1134406.6 - https://www.who.int/reproducti.../zika/zika-research-in-amr/en/
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The studies range from identifying transmission risk factors to evaluating diagnostic tools and examining the use of prenatal counselling and contraceptives. The Eastern Mediterranean region is focused on implementation research on neglected tropical diseases, malaria and tuberculosis. (...) Read more: New Zika research in the American Region of WHO New implementation research funded in Eastern Mediterranean region Using networks to reduce the impact of tuberculosis during pregnancy In Benin and Guinea, two teams of researchers supported by TDR and the Damien Foundation are investigating how to increase early detection of tuberculosis (TB) among women cared for in prenatal clinics and in centres specialized in the care of pregnant women living with HIV. (...) Read more: Rose Leke: creating new opportunities for women researchers For more information, contact: Jamie Guth TDR Communications Manager Telephone: +41 79 441 2289 E-mail: [email protected] Stay in touch with the latest research information Subscribe to TDR news A monthly roundup on research and policy news Join the TDR news scientists list Receive updates on research news and available grants Visit TDR’s LinkedIn group and connect with a world of global health research experts and advocates You are here: TDR News and events 2017 News and press releases © WHO 2022 More about our sponsors Contact us Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR)
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Score: 1134406.6 - https://www.who.int/tdr/news/2...7/news-j-reeder-31jan-2017/en/
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They range from identifying transmission risk factors to evaluating diagnostic tools and examining the use of prenatal counselling and contraceptives. Bednets used to protect from mosquito bites Credit: WHO/PAHO The Zika virus is transmitted by the Aedes mosquito, and last year’s outbreak, particularly in Brazil, was associated with an increase in serious complications among newborn infants. (...) The initiative is part of the research capacity strengthening programmes of HRP and TDR, and has received additional funds from the WHO Zika Strategic Response Plan. (...) Ana Luiza Vilela Borges Escola de Enfermagem da Universidade de São Paulo Brazil Zika virus infection in different biological samples of infected pregnant women; dynamics of the infection and clinical outcomes Sara Santos Bernardes Faculdade de Ciências da Saúde (FCS) da Universidade Federal da Grande Dourados (UFGD) Brazil Public health policies in emergency situations: the outbreak of Zika virus Ethel Leonor Noia Maciel Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo Colombia Contraceptive use, prenatal counseling, and abortion in the context of Zika Javier F.
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Score: 1134406.6 - https://www.who.int/tdr/news/2017/zika-research-in-amr/en/
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