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Community-based rehabilitation of children with disabilities a wonderful solution in Cabo Delgado | UNICEF Mozambique Skip to main content Mozambique Toggle navigation Português English Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Mozambique Explore UNICEF About UNICEF The children in Mozambique UNICEF Representative Contact us Work with 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 Blog post Community-based rehabilitation of children with disabilities a wonderful solution in Cabo Delgado In Metuge, where it is very hard to get specialized medical services close to home, community-based rehabilitation of children with disabilities is a wonderful solution. (...) In Metuge, where it is very hard to get specialized medical services close to home, community-based rehabilitation of children with disabilities is a wonderful solution. Meri Poghosyan In Metuge, where it is very hard to get specialized medical services close to home, community-based rehabilitation of children with disabilities is a wonderful solution.
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Score: 1285873.2 - https://www.unicef.org/mozambi...onderful-solution-cabo-delgado
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And some Palestinians wonder:  is this all meant to simply run out the clock?   (...) If we hope to see an end to this violence, security measures will not be enough — we must address the underlying frustration and failure to achieve a political solution. The United Nations is committed to working to create the conditions for the parties to return to meaningful negotiations.  That is the one and only path to a just and lasting solution — an end to the occupation that began in 1967, leading to a sovereign and independent State of Palestine, living side-by-side in peace and security with the State of Israel.
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Score: 1166876.8 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2016/sgsm17495.doc.htm
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Wondering how to accelerate your learning and find out what work and what doesn’t? (...) Are you absolutely certain this solution will work? Do you have (strong) evidence it will work? (...) No experiments needed Identifying trends and signals of change Foresight, horizon scanning, data analysis & visualisation Solutions are unknown Solutions are known Exploring new frames Ethnographic research, systems mapping, speculative design, positive deviance, asset mapping Generating potential solutions Co-creation, proof of concept, prototyping Evaluating (various) solutions Pilots, multiple paralel experiments, riskiest assumption testing Perhaps Yes VALIDATE Learn what works and what doesn’t, proving a hypothesis
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Score: 1138725.2 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...-Experiments-Decision-Tree.pdf
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Learn More WSIS Flash Newsletter Remain updated on the WSIS Process Learn More Home Photo Contest WSIS Forum 2018 Photo Contest Finalist WSIS Forum 2018 Photo Contest Finalist Wonderful in "Wo" Wonderful in "Wo" The work reflects the staff of China Unicom in building excellent network in order to provide the customers with better and more excellent services. (...) Home About Register Agenda High-Level Track Open Consultations Photo Contest Special Tracks Hackathon ICT Solutions for SDGs Youth in ICTs Innovation TEDxGeneva Partners WSIS Prizes 2018 WSIS Action Lines and the SDGs Videos Photos Press Releases, Media Advisories and Statements More Open Consultations Partners WSIS Prizes 2018 WSIS Action Lines and the SDGs Videos Photos Press Releases, Media Advisories and Statements 11 Month s 30 Day s 23 Hour s 59 Minute s To Go WSIS Forum 2019 will be held from 8–12 April 2019.
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Score: 1124304 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/...18d96bbb524e7f992d7379e1b0ec5f
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Becoming Srikandi: The Indonesian Wonder Women of Renewable Energy | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Indonesia Who we are What we do Our Impact Get Involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our Impact Get Involved English Locations Home Indonesia Becoming Srikandi: The Indonesian Wonder Women of Renewable Energy Becoming Srikandi: The Indonesian Wonder Women of Renewable Energy February 11, 2022 Enggi Dewanti Campaign Assistant for SDGs, UNDP Indonesia --- Image caption --- Today, as the as the world marks the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), UNDP is calling for more women warriors or ‘ Srikandi’ in Indonesia’s sustainable energy sector. (...) Therefore, it's only fitting to dub the new breed of female sustainable energy practitioners in Indonesia as the " Srikandi ” or the Wonder Women of sustainable energy. Finding the next Srikandi in sustainable energy coincides with UNDP's call for greater gender equality in Indonesia's energy industry. (...) Read more Press Releases SDG Talks – Marking IWD, a Spotlight to the Wonder Women of Renewable Energy As Indonesia ramps up efforts to transition to a green economy, our most recent edition of SDG Talks paid tribute to the unsung female heroes of the country's ren...
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Score: 1110455.1 - https://www.undp.org/indonesia...-wonder-women-renewable-energy
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“When looking at UNICEF’s rubric for assessing world-class digital learning solution s, Eduten stands out thanks to its research based pedagogical approach for improving learning outcome paired with high adaptability to curricula and accessibility through different type of devices. (...) “The breadth and richness of submissions from more than 40 countries shows the incredible force for good of digital learning to start paving new ways of reaching children, all children in their wonderful diversity. Tailored learning experiences that are impactful in terms of outcomes but fun and engaging, make learning a wonderful adventure for every child!" (...) Read the story Article UNICEF invests in AI-powered education and health solutions Nine startups developing digital solutions to improve access to and delivery of digital services and systems join the UNICEF Venture Fund Read the story Article Uzbekistan: Unlocking improved access to critical services Forging a path toward digital transformation through DPGs that can improve children’s education and water and hygiene access Read the story Article Five Blockchain Startups Graduate from UNICEF's Venture Fund Leveraging blockchain technology in solutions toward financial inclusion, the startups have achieved noteworthy growth and impact Read the story Footer Office of Innovation Home What we do Research and reports Stories Social Footer Secondary Legal Contact us Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1099744.5 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...ses/unicef-edtech-award-eduten
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“With this treaty, the international community has demonstrated the capacity to tackle specific problems, and to agree a consensus solution,” he said, adding that the accord is balanced and “represents a very good arbitration of the diverse interests of the various stakeholders.” (...) Last week, music icon Stevie Wonder had appealed to more than 600 forum negotiators from 186 countries to finalize the treaty, and promised to celebrate with them in Morocco when the agreement concluded. Mr. Wonder, who is also a UN Messenger of Peace, has long been a supporter for the rights of persons with disabilities.
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Score: 1076283.3 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2...access-books-visually-impaired
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Computer science was wonderful and whilst I would have been content with furthering my education in that field, the design element called back to me again. However, I was wondering which particular field of design to study - this was the point the IDE Program jumped into my lap. (...) I have seen people get astonished at the idea of me studying engineering . I wonder if the astonishment is attached to the stereotypical mindset people have about females in engineering or if it’s because of the change in my career path.
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Score: 1075519.7 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/es/node/1157
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Computer science was wonderful and whilst I would have been content with furthering my education in that field, the design element called back to me again. However, I was wondering which particular field of design to study - this was the point the IDE Program jumped into my lap. (...) I have seen people get astonished at the idea of me studying engineering . I wonder if the astonishment is attached to the stereotypical mindset people have about females in engineering or if it’s because of the change in my career path.
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Score: 1075519.7 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/fr/node/1157
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Computer science was wonderful and whilst I would have been content with furthering my education in that field, the design element called back to me again. However, I was wondering which particular field of design to study - this was the point the IDE Program jumped into my lap. (...) I have seen people get astonished at the idea of me studying engineering . I wonder if the astonishment is attached to the stereotypical mindset people have about females in engineering or if it’s because of the change in my career path.
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Score: 1075519.7 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/zh/node/1157
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