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UNICEF condemns in ‘strongest possible terms’ killing of children in DR Congo
UNICEF denounced on Saturday, an attack that killed 16 people, including five girls under age 15, in north eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). “We condemn in the...
Coronavirus leading to ‘desperately unequal’ learning levels: UNICEF
With nearly 1.2 billion children out of school due to the COVID-19 pandemic, inherent inequalities in accessing the internet and other tools, allow them to continue their studies...
Life and death for Yemen’s women and girls, as funding evaporates
In mid-May, just as the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in Yemen, funding for UNFPA’s life-saving reproductive health services dried up. The agency has been forced to suspend the...
Nine in 10 smokers start before they are 18 years old, warns WHO
Tobacco products continue to kill eight million people a year who get hooked via a $9 billion a year marketing strategy. That’s the warning from the UN World Health Organization (...
Online child sex abuse cases triple under lockdown in Philippines
Cases of online child sex abuse in the Philippines have tripled under coronavirus, the government said, with campaigners warning that the country’s lockdown has left more children...
Education threatened in crisis-hit Lebanon
The coronavirus pandemic and Lebanon’s ongoing economic collapse risk depriving many children in the country of the right to education, Save the Children reported Friday.
Healthy eating for kids: How to talk to them about good food habits
Finish your plate and you can ...Eat dessert. Get a toy. Go out and play. Or just excuse yourself and get away from these horrific adults talking about their boring jobs. Bribing...
Coronavirus toll on Italy's elderly strains "nonni" safety net
Paola Berardi, 70, and her husband Mauro have taken care of their two grandchildren every weekday for the past decade while their daughter went to work in a chemical company. Every...
Countries need to do more to stop harmful marketing of breast-milk substitutes, says UN
Despite efforts to stop the harmful promotion of breast-milk substitutes, countries are still falling short in protecting parents from misleading information, according to a new UN...
Child labour, marriages on rise in Yemen as COVID spreads: U.N. agency
The U.N. refugee agency said on Tuesday its work in Yemen was near a “potential breaking point” as coronavirus spreads in the war-damaged country, with rising numbers of families...
Making education safe for children with albinism in Malawi
In Malawi, where children with albinism face attacks, and even ritual killings, going to school can expose them to life-threatening dangers. The UN is helping to make schools safer...
Mozambique school children face ‘catastrophic’ fall-out from COVID-19: a UN Resident Coordinator blog
School children in Mozambique are facing what a senior United Nations and World Bank official in the southern African country are calling “catastrophic outcomes” from the COVID-19...
How to help children with ADHD thrive in a virtual schoolhouse
When schools shut down because of the coronavirus, some parents of children with ADHD found themselves in a stressful predicament. Homeschooling is hard for any parent who's never...
Experts underscore COVID-19 threat to global progress on child immunization
Global experts in health and child welfare have again highlighted how the COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting access to routine immunization services worldwide, putting millions of...
Danger awaits migrant children returned to Mexico and Central America during pandemic
Migrant children forcibly returned from the United States to Mexico and Central America are facing danger and discrimination aggravated by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the UN...
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