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COMMISSION OF INQUIRY ON THE REPORTED MASSACRES IN MOZAMBIQUE : PROVISIONAL RECORD OF TESTIMONY TAKEN AT THE 28TH MEETING HELD AT THE INSTITUTE OF FINANCE MANAGEMENT, DAR-ES-SALAAM, TANZANIA, ON TUESDAY, 11 JUNE 1974
GRAHL-MADSEN: And do your wife and your four children still live in the aldeamento? (...) You told us that you left your wife and children at the aldeamento. Was it the very same aldeamento from where you fled? (...) I left all my things, the clothinc; of my wife and children, my clothing. I also left some money.
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Score: 1777238.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=A/AC.165/PV.28&Lang=E
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UNICEF DRC Hubbard When Jacky, his wife, was diagnosed positive at Ebola, Norbert's life became dramatic. Cared for at the Beni treatment center, Norbert did not leave his wife's bedside for a single moment. "She looked at me and said goodbye to me," says Norbert, tears in his eyes, recalling the last moments he spent with Jacky. A few days after the death of his beloved wife, Norbert developed the symptoms of the disease: fever, vomiting and diarrhea.
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Score: 1652468.4 - https://www.unicef.org/drcongo...tories/helping-ebola-survivors
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Malnutrition in the family With his wife and four children, Abdulrahman lives in a house located in an area surrounded by pollution due to the absence of an adequate sanitation system. (...) Such an environment can cause malaria and diarrhea, both of which can lead to malnutrition among children.   (...) For more than two years, Rowaida was healthy, until she caught diarrhea in June 2021, one month after her fourth birthday.
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Score: 1651543.4 - https://www.unicef.org/yemen/s...constant-threat-children-yemen
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UNICEF Uganda/2020/Abdul Biira Annet is all smiles as her two months and a half daughter, Fatuma Ayikuru, receives the rotavirus vaccine that will protect her from diarrhea. This vaccine is saving the lives of thousands of children in Uganda by combating severe diarrhea.  (...) “Vaccines are important, they protect children from serious diseases like measles, polio, diarrhea, among others, that kill children especially those under five years of age,” Sarah Kisakye, Enrolled mid-wife.
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Score: 1582058.4 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/...k-down-immunize-their-children
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article I saw myself six feet under Cholera survivor recounts close shave with death Jack McBrams UNICEF Malawi/2022/HD Plus 12 September 2022 Mid-next year, 29-year-old Robert Mwale will be clocking 30, God-willing. In contrast, his wife, Lovis, with who he has a set of twin daughters aged two, would have been nearing a year without a husband. (...) "It's the landlord," he tells his wife. "His child has just been admitted to the health centre," he paused before saying: "It's cholera." There was some dead silence, before his wife chipped in: "What else can it be? Imagine the compound has a single put latrine, and yet we are about 15 households in it.
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Score: 1579529.4 - https://www.unicef.org/malawi/...es/i-saw-myself-six-feet-under
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Given Ali’s inability to walk well, it was up to his wife and children to walk the 8-kilometer journey carrying heavy water jerry cans. (...) To make a living, Ali, his wife and three children clean peas and raisins provided by shopkeepers. (...) “I no longer worry about my children and wife walking long distances to fetch water, or missing school, or becoming sick from contaminated water.”
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Score: 1579529.4 - https://www.unicef.org/afghanistan/stories/turning-tap
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He also supports his breastfeeding wife, Aisha, by sharing information on breastfeeding with her and doing household chores, such as sweeping and washing, so that Aisha has time to breastfeed their baby, two-month-old Fatima, adequately.  (...) Their older children were given water and other drinks from birth putting them at risk of illness, malnutrition and diarrhea. The new knowledge and skills Aisha received helped her to exclusively breastfeed her last two children, aged three years and two months, respectively.  UNICEF/2018/Kaalu Lawan Umar, 45, supports his breastfeeding wife, Aisha, by sharing information on breastfeeding with her; and performs household chores so that Aisha can have the time to breastfeed their baby adequately.
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Score: 1570201 - https://www.unicef.org/nigeria...upporting-breastfeeding-mother
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CHEMICAL AND BACTERIOLOGICAL (BIOLOGICAL) WEAPONS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
(e) Nerve agents affect the gastrointestinal tract through their general effects. fhey cause excessive salivation, abdominal cramps, heartburn, eructation diarrhea, tenesmus and involuntary defecation. 5.
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Score: 1550541.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/36/613&Lang=E
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“But I have always been behind my wife, and it seemed important to me to accompany her.” Guino's support was “decisive” for his wife Micherline. “When the gynecologist told me that I was pregnant with twins, it was a shock,” she says today with her daughter on her lap, babbling. (...) They had very little diarrhea.” Sitting next to him, Guino with a smile on his face.
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Score: 1545702.5 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/en/...del-husband-parentsclub-jacmel
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Thirty-six-year-old Asadullah Noori is an Afghan refugee who arrived in Iran in October 2021 along with his wife and nine children; five boys and four girls. (...) “Immediately after it was confirmed that my two sons had measles, the vaccinators from the Health House came to our house and vaccinated all of us including me, my wife and the rest of our children against measles, all for free and without checking our documents.” (...) Severe complications include pneumonia, diarrhea, blindness and encephalitis (brain swelling).
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Score: 1545702.5 - https://www.unicef.org/iran/en...es-vaccinate-all-family-member
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