Cours de rattrapage et la rentrée scolaire 2014-2015
Le 20 novembre 2014 était la journée officielle de la rentrée scolaire 2014 - 2015 déclarée par le Ministre de l’Education Nationale et de l’Enseignement Technique (MENET). A l’exception de la préfecture de l’Ouham où le début de l’année scolaire 2014 - 2015 est prévu exceptionnellement pour le 5 janvier 2015, les écoles dans le reste du pays commencent progressivement à rouvrir leurs portes pour accueillir les élèves.
Since last week, 124 new cases have been reported, bringing the total cases in Guinea to 2,416 (2,127 confirmed; 263 probable and 26 suspected cases).
The case fatality rate is still high at 63%, with 1,525 deaths among the 2,416 total cases.
By Manuel Moreno González
In Chad, just across the border from the Central African Republic, refugees and returnees remain in desperate need of assistance, and too afraid to go back, for fear of continuing violence.
GORE, Chad, 19 December 2014 – Ten-year-old Assia Issa has delicate facial features and intelligent, bright eyes, and she speaks with a confident voice that would make anyone pay attention. Her voice is a melody in itself, leaving an indelible impression, along with her words.
· Tensions are still high in the State of Palestine. A number of assaults were reported on both Palestinians and Israelis in the West Bank and Israel, with noted increase in settler violence, incidents involving youth, and the violent death of Cabinet Member Mr. Ziad Abu Ein during a confrontation with IDF in a peaceful ceremony on Human Rights Day. A number of incidents were reported in Gaza including UXO explosions and fire opened on fishermen.
By Jo Dunlop
Siblings Jusif and Bilikisu Koroma have survived Ebola. Now back in the community, they have joined other survivors in the care centres and hospitals in which the battle against the virus is being fought.
FREETOWN, Sierra Leone, 18 December 2014 – Jusif Koroma and his sister Bilikisu survived Ebola. Seventeen of their relatives, including their father, four brothers and seven sisters, have succumbed to the illness.
Purpose of Assignment:
To build capacity of Institute of Health Economics (IHE) of the University of Dhaka and key partners in Urban Health to on Investment Case methodology and MBB/Equity platform tool through face to face training and online support.
Description of assignment:
UNICEF is one of four spearheading partners in the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI), along with Rotary International, the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Most recently, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has joined as a major donor and technical partner. Within the partnership, UNICEF has the lead responsibility for vaccine supply, as well as for polio communication and social mobilization activities.
PURPOSE OF THE JOB
Under the direct supervision of the Supply and Procurement Specialist, assists in the supply and procurement of various services in support of the Country Programme and related activities.
KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
****1.****Issue requests for Quotations (RFQ) for low value procurement of goods and procurement of services. Based on the adjudication, issue Administrative LPOs and conduct expedition of orders.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL- (RFP–S&L-2014–9116361)
For Local Company only
Topic: Inspection Services: To provide Professional Inspection Services for Quality Assurance activities
To hire the services of a professional inspection company for quality assurance activities- such as pre and post-delivery inspection of goods, supervision of loading of goods and inspection & sampling. Long Term Agreement (LTA) will be established with the successful bidder for a period of 36 months.
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in Indonesia, is looking for potential consultancy firm and individual consultant for the following main services:
· English Editor/Donor Report Writer
· Graphic Designer for Artwork / pre-printing design
· Translation and interpretation
CALL FOR EXHIBITORS
Theme: Step up Commitment and Collaboration to scale up Nutrition in Kenya
The Ministry of Health with support from Delegation of the European Union and UNICEF will be
hosting a two day National Nutrition Symposium at the Windsor Hotel and Golf Club in Nairobi on
the 18th and 19th of February 2015.
The objectives of the Symposium are to:
UNICEF and IOCE, under the EvalPartners, initiative, are pleased to announce a new introductory e-Learning programme on Development Evaluation.
This e-Learning programme is composed of an introductory class, fixed courses, independent units and a create your own course option: