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Millions Of Urban Children in Worse Condition Than Rural People: UNICEF

Millions of poor urban children are more likely to die before their fifth birthday than those living in rural areas, according to a U.N....

Ebola Increases The Number of Orphans in DRC: UNICEF

 The U.N. Children’s Fund (UNICEF) reports a growing number of children in eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo orphaned by the Ebola...

Every Three Minutes a Teenage Girl is Infected by HIV – UNICEF

One girl between the ages of 15 and 19 is infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, every three minutes of every day,...

Will Polio Workers Step Out of Their Comfort Zones to End Virus?

  The move to end Polio started in 1985 with Rotary International. At that time, polio paralyzed hundreds of thousands of children every year. There...

What Are The Rights Of Children? Explains, Divya Dutta

Actress Divya Dutta believes children should be given their childhood away from the stress and pressures of daily life. The actress, along with filmmaker Amole...

UN: Rohingya Children Face Perpetual Life in Limbo

A generation of Rohingya children in Myanmar and Bangladesh will be condemned to a perpetual life in limbo unless coordinated international action is taken...

Why Is India Still carrying The Social Stigma Of Women Infanticide?

A lot of social evils which have disgraced our history are still very much prevalent Female infanticide is known to be the intentional...

69,000 babies born on New Year’s day in India: Unicef

United Nations, Jan 2, 2018: The United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) has estimated that nearly 386,000 babies were born on New Year's Day, with India...

Experts Say Measles Victims Dropped Below 100,000 in 2016

Latest reports of WHO, UNICEF, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say the rate of deaths from measles has dropped. ...

Amitabh Bachchan: Privileged to be top most influencer for Unicef

Mumbai, Oct 25 : Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who has served as Unicef Goodwill Ambassador for the polio eradication campaign in India, says he is...

Nearly 58% of Rohingya Refugees are Kids Suffering from Severe Malnutrition, Says UN Report

Bangladesh, October 20, 2017 : Nearly fifty-eight per cent of the about 600,000 Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are children who suffer from severe malnutrition, a UN report...

Your Children Might Be At Risk! According to UNICEF, 32 Nations Lack Policies to Support Families With Children

New York, September 23, 2017 : Thirty-two countries, having the world's 85 million children under the age of five, do not have any essential...

Bandhan Tod : The Latest Mobile App to End Child Marriage in India’s Bihar

Bihar, September 20, 2017 : A mobile phone app is the latest tool for campaigners seeking to end child marriage in India's Bihar state, where...

UNICEF Calls for Action : 16 Million Children Continue to Suffer as Floods in South Asia Claim More than 1,300 Lives

Floods in India, Nepal and Bangladesh have claimed more than 1,300 lives in the last two months According to UNICEF, over 16 million...

In most Low-Income places, Hand-Washing with Soap is Rare

Initiating in 2009, both the surveys started including questions that queried the members of the household about their hand-washing habit Hand-washing with soap...

Bangladesh Government Responds to UNICEF Report on Infant Mortality

The study, “Narrowing the Gaps, The Power of Investing in the Poorest Children,” found that for every U.S. $1 million spent, the number...

Cholera Epidemic in War-torn Yemen: 1,00,000 Suspected Cases, 791 dead

The unprecedented growth of Cholera Epidemic in Yemen has led to the serious humanitarian crisis in the country The epidemic has already claimed...

Lack of Iodized Salt Causes ‘Serious Public Health Problem’ in Cambodia: UNICEF

Phnom Penh, Apil 8, 2017: When Arnaud Laillou, a nutrition specialist with UNICEF, led a salt iodization study in 2014, he wanted to be...

27 Children killed in chemical attack in Idlib province of Syria: UNICEF

United Nations, April 6, 2017: At least 27 children were killed in the chemical attack in Idlib province of Syria, the UN Children's Fund...

Refugees and Migrant children more vulnerable to Deportation and Exploitation today: UNICEF

Geneva, March 19, 2017: The U.N. children's fund finds thousands of refugee and migrant children are more vulnerable to deportation and exploitation today than when...

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