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UNICEF: Basic needs of young Syrian refugee children not met

AMMAN, Jordan (AP) — The U.N. agency for children says 85 percent of Syrian refugee children in Jordan live in poverty, 38 percent are not in school and almost half of those under the age of five..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Seattle Times

No Comment: 'No words to describe children's suffering' in Syria

UNICEF said it had no words left for what's been happening in eastern Ghouta. The only way to understand is to see it. (The scenes are disturbing and upsetting.)

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News video: UNICEF Says 720,000 Rohingya Children at Risk

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A report released by UNICEF on February 23 says that some 720,000 Rohingya children are threatened by the coming cyclone season in Bangladesh, or by violence and deprivation in Myanmar.The report..
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News video: UNICEF Exec. Resigns Due To Sexual Misconduct

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UNICEF Deputy Director Justin Forsyth has resigned due to allegations of sexual harassment from his time as chief executive at Save the Children. Forsyth said Thursday he was not resigning from the..
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News video: Serena Williams Nearly Died After Childbirth

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Serena Williams says she almost died after giving birth in September. The tennis champion suffered a pulmonary embolism after having an emergency C-section. Williams has a history of blood cot..
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News video: Serena Williams Almost Died Giving Birth to her Daughter

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Serena Williams Almost Died Giving Birth to her Daughter In an op-ed for CNN published on Tuesday, the tennis champion revealed just how close she came to death. It began with a pulmonary embolism,..
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News video: UN: 80 percent of infant deaths preventable

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The world is failing newborn babies, according to UNICEF. A new report says 80 percent of deaths in the first month of life are caused by preventable and treatable conditions
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UNICEF Official Quits After Inappropriate Behavior Allegations

"I am resigning because of the danger of damaging both UNICEF and Save the Children and our wider cause," Justin Forsyth wrote. Three women made complaints about him earlier at Save the Children.
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Justin Forsyth resigns from Unicef – man loses his job over text messages

justin forsyth resigns from unicef – man loses his job over text messages


Mongolian air pollution causing health crisis: UNICEF

ULAANBAATAR (Reuters) - Smog in the Mongolia's capital, Ulaanbaatar, is causing a public health crisis, especially among children, with treatment costs likely to put the cash-strapped country under..
Reuters India

UNICEF deputy director Justin Forsyth resigns: statement | Reuters


Africa:People in Cities Are Taking Charge of Their Water Supplies - and It's Working

[The Conversation Africa] The world has made tremendous progress in bridging the gap between water supply and demand. But there's a long way still to go. In a 2017 joint monitoring report UNICEF and.. | Unicef number two resigns after complaints of inappropriate behaviour

Unicef deputy director Justin Forsyth has resigned from the UN children's agency following complaints of inappropriate behaviour toward female staff in his previous post.
News24 Also reported by •WorldNewsPremium Times Nigeria

Unicef Official Resigns Over His Past Conduct Toward Women

Justin Forsyth was accused of inappropriate behavior toward women when he was chief executive of the charity Save the Children.

The Papers: Charity chief quits and transplant plea

the papers: charity chief quits and transplant plea
Friday's papers cover Justin Forsyth's resignation from Unicef, Europeans leaving the UK and a campaign for opt-out organ donation.
BBC News

To offer a musical bridge of peace between the two Koreas - Composer & pianist Steve Barakatt will visit the Republic of Korea to conduct a symphony orchestra for the first time

QUEBEC CITY, Feb. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- World-renowned composer and pianist Steve Barakatt has been invited by the Korean Pops Orchestra to conduct his composition "He is from Seoul, She is from..
PR Newswire Asia

UNICEF deputy resigns after 'damaging' allegations

UN children's agency deputy steps down saying past allegations threaten to 'damage' UNICEF and entire aid industry.
Al Jazeera Also reported by •Deutsche Welle

Here are UNICEF Advocate Kareena Kapoor Khan's 3 advices to new mothers

Kareena Kapoor Khan’s pregnancy was probably the most talked about for any actor in the Indian film industry. While most would shy away from the limelight, the star went on to embrace pregnancy and..

UNICEF official resigns after allegations made

LONDON (AP) — A senior official at UNICEF has resigned after allegations of inappropriate behavior during an earlier stint at Save The Children.Deputy executive director Justin Forsyth said Thursday..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •FOXNews.comSeattle Times

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