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UNICEF Afghanistan/2017/Sharukhi Meraaj, 13, holds a football and talks with his new friends at the child-friendly space in Ettifaq village, Nangarhar province: “Since I started coming here, I made three best friends. We play football and enjoy our time together.” (...) In return, his uncle pays a small amount to help the family meet their basic needs. A month ago, he started going to the child-friendly space after finishing work. (...) I wished for someone to talk to. Since I started coming here, I made three best friends. We play football and enjoy our time together.
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Score: 688165.4 - https://www.unicef.org/afghanistan/stories/right-play
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Many people think a child is born, then it learns to speak, then listen, then write, and it grows up slowly but learning and exploring your surroundings starts during pregnancy. Therefore, we need maximum stimulation to ensure the child development during pregnancy is perfect. (...) After the child is born, we see them start learning through play playing through interaction, interacting with things and other people they communicate by the way they look at you, they wave, and they make those "uu...oo" sounds.  (...) Related topics Early childhood development Viet Nam More to explore Press release 08 December 2021 Launch of survey report on sustainable development goals indicators on children and women in Viet Nam Visit the page Article Talking to your kids about racism How to start the important conversation and keep it going.
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Score: 688088.43 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam/stories/when-learning-begins
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Starting early: Improving child development through play in Zambia | UNICEF Zambia Skip to main content Zambia Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Zambia EXPLORE UNICEF Supply UNICEF About us Children in Zambia Job vacancies Meet the Rep 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 Article Starting early: Improving child development through play in Zambia Sylvester's mum is happy with community parenting support Tiwine Muchipa UNICEF/Zambia/2020/Siakachoma 17 December 2020 Nearly a year after the official launch of the Insaka Early Childhood Development (ECD) hubs in Zambia’s Katete and Petauke districts, how has the experience been for families using the service? (...) The hubs also act as platforms for integrated community development, including promoting good nutrition, learning through play and adult literacy. “Some outstanding lessons were on child’s play to improve the development of the child’s senses,” said Ruth.
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Score: 686863.04 - https://www.unicef.org/zambia/...evelopment-through-play-zambia
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We have made a good start in prevention, particularly in some countries. But in treatment we have hardly started and we must rapidly accelerate effective treatment of HIV and people all over the world. The 3x5 campaign is the kick-start to that effort, it is the engine that will drive us forward and expand access to treatment very rapidly.
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Score: 685342.2 - https://www.who.int/3by5/mediacentre/audio/en/
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FAO Press Release 00/20   Back to archive Press Release 00/20 SOME $13 MILLION URGENTLY NEEDED TO HELP MOZAMBIQUE'S FARMERS REBUILD HOMES AND START PLANTING Rome, 27 March -- Reconstruction of agriculture, forestry and fisheries in Mozambique will require at least $13 million for the next six months to address the needs of rural people returning to their villages while flood waters are receding, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said today in a new appeal. The FAO appeal reflects the better understanding of the agriculture-related damage in Mozambique since the floods have started to recede. "There are more than 120,000 farmers and their families in desperate need of assistance in the southern and central provinces of Mozambique," said Anne M. (...) "They need emergency support so they can rebuild their homes and fields to start planting immediately and prepare for the main agricultural season, which begins next September."
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Score: 685342.2 - https://www.fao.org/waicent/oi..._ne/PRESSENG/2000/pren0020.htm
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The Government, as part of its early repsonse, closed schools at the start of February. “Keeping the children safe at home is necessary during periods of high risk of transmission,” says Le Nguyet, mother of two. (...) There are times for reading, learning how to cook or helping with housework. We also play games, such as mind mapping exercises by listing all the provinces in the country, starting with those that they have been to, then moving on to naming countries in the world.” “In the morning, they get up early to make breakfast for everyone, eager to start their day.” “There are many things that children can do, play and learn at home,” she says.
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Score: 683757.23 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam...es/schools-are-out-parents-are
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“They came at night and we heard gunshots and then we all started to run in different directions,” Hamadou says. “They started burning things. We ran and I went and hid in a tree in the forest and I waited till sunrise when it was over.” (...) Weeks have turned into months and the memories of the night have started to fade. The psychosocial support that he’s getting from UNICEF is playing a part in his healing.
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Score: 683368.1 - https://www.unicef.org/mali/en...ies/i-just-want-find-my-father
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Baby talk helps give your child the best start in life. We sat down with Dr. Marina Kalashnikova, who researches how babies learn language, to find out what baby talk is and why it's the most important language in the world. (...) But when they hear baby talk, they know that it’s time to start listening and paying attention. This happens for two reasons: First, baby talk is easier to listen to. (...) But it still does not come naturally to everyone. Parents should start practising baby talk from early on so they can learn what type of baby talk to use.
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Score: 683368.1 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...lk-mini-parenting-master-class
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According to the mandate, the group will consider and make recommendations on substantial elements of an international legally binding instrument on the prevention of an arms race in outer space, including, inter alia, on the prevention of the placement of weapons in outer space. We should give full play to the advantages of expert level discussion, hold in-depth and concentrated exchanges on existing proposals on the international legally binding instrument, focusing on the scope, definition, key obligations, verification, implementing mechanism of the instrument, with a view to laying foundations for the CD to start negotiation at an early date. Once the CD agrees upon a balanced and comprehensive program of work to start the relevant negotiation, the GGE will conclude its work and submit the results of its deliberations to the CD. (...) China will work cooperatively with all parties and play a constructive role in the relevant work. Thirdly, we should try our best to jump start the negotiation of an international legally binding instrument to keep weapons out of space.
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Score: 681866.36 - https://www.unidir.org/sites/d...bassador-fu-cong-eng-0-758.pdf
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This is to avoid strobing when you are filming under artificial light and is the standard that European and African broadcasters demand. - Go to Max Duration: Set to Unlimited - Go to Record Audio and make sure it’s set to ‘On’ You only need to adjust these settings when you first set up the app. 3) Starting to Film; - Focus: Set where you want to focus by touching the screen, until a green box appears, then press lock in the top right corner of the screen. - White Balance: Play with the Options [Auto / Fluorescent / Daylight / Etc.] and see which one best suits your environment - Grid: Make sure 3 x 3 is on so you can frame using the Rule of Thirds - Exposure: Set to the highest ISO number then use the scroll to make lighter or darker, then set lock button. - NB. (...) v=fQOMbaDaMN8 Before You Start Filming • Make sure your battery is fully charged and that you have a backup power supply. (...) Remember to rearrange furniture and ask your subject to move -also known as DIRECTING to get the best possible sequence of shots. 6) You should start a new clip for each shot (this will make editing much easier) Reframe, check focus and lock it, check exposure(light) and lock it. start filming Recording Sound 1) Analyze your Environment • Echoes: Face your Interviewee towards the corner of the room if there is an echo - if the echo is bad find another location. • Traffic / other background noise: If it’s bad then move!
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Score: 681866.36 - https://www.unicef.org/southaf...-volunteer-engagement-2019.pdf
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