N’Djaména – (Tchad), 27 juin 2016. Environ 18 000 enfants vivent avec le VIH – et 84% d’entre eux ne bénéficient d’aucun traitement. Par ailleurs, seulement 15 % des femmes déclarent avoir effectué un test du VIH. Malgré l’engagement des autorités Tchadiennes dans les domaines de la prévention et de la prise en charge du VIH et SIDA, le Tchad est classé parmi les 5 pays de la région de l’Afrique de l’Ouest et du Centre où la prévalence du VIH et Sida reste la plus élevée.
Investing in the most vulnerable children can yield immediate long-term benefits: new report
MOGADISHU, 28 June 2016 – UNICEF has called for work on implementing human rights for all Somali children to be prioritized after Somalia ratified the Convention on the Rights of the Child last year.
This comes as UNICEF publishes its annual flagship report The State of the World’s Children which this year focuses on the plight of the most disadvantaged children in the world.
Poverty, illiteracy and early deaths await the most disadvantaged children in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia
GENEVA, 28 June 2016 — Children in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia are paying the price for uneven and unfair progress across the region – they are more likely to be poor and more vulnerable than adults, UNICEF said today at the launch of a new report.
By Chris Niles
Isra and her family have been displaced twice – first from their home in Damascus, then from the Syrian town of Hasakah. Now settled in a village on the outskirts of Erbil in Iraq’s Kurdistan region, she is restarting her education at a local school, with the help of a UNICEF-supported cash grant programme.
ERBIL, Iraq, 27 June 2016 – “Isra had missed out on a year of her education by the time she arrived here,” says Sirwan, deputy principal of Tarin School. “But she’s a very good student. It’s good that she’s back in class.”
Situation in numbers
63,400*: People displaced in Wau before recent fighting
36,000*: People internally displaced in various places within Wau town
12,000*: People internally displaced at UNMISS compound
*Figures from OCHA Note: these are estimates, as registration of IDPs is yet to commence.
Funding Needs for Wau Response: US$3 million
Funding available: US$ 951,292
Funding gap: US$ $2,104,708
Foreword About 6.9 million people in Pacific island countries cannot access improved sanitation. More than 4.8 million cannot access improved water supplies. The United Nations General Assembly recognizes water and sanitation as basic human rights. The General Assembly has called upon governments and international organizations to provide financial resources, build capacity and technology transfer to provide safe, clean, accessible and affordable drinking-water and sanitation for all (UN Resolution A/RES/64/292).
A los niños más desfavorecidos del mundo les espera la pobreza, el analfabetismo y la muerte prematura, según UNICEF
Tomar las decisiones adecuadas ahora podría revertir este destino, dice un nuevo informe
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Pauvreté, analphabétisme et décès prématurés : selon l’UNICEF, c’est ce qui attend les enfants les plus défavorisés de la planète
« Faire les bons choix, dès aujourd’hui, peut changer cette situation », affirme un nouveau rapport
Télécharger le rapport et le contenu multimédias sur : http://weshare.unicef.org/Package/2AMZIFFS4KH
Across Iraq, 96,290 Syrian refugees living in 10 camps continued to benefit from routine access to water, sanitation and hygiene services, while 17,967 Syrian Refugee children in camp schools and CFS continued to benefit from access to functional latrines. 9,506 Refugees living in the community benefited from access to water, and 720 from access to latrines, bringing the number of off camp refugees assisted in 2016 to a total of 13,251 people.
By Aleksandar Dimishkovski
When I first met Samira Azizi, she was overjoyed by the return of her mother with a three-day-old baby girl – the latest member of the Azizi family and Samira’s new sister. Her mother had just returned to the Tabanovce refugee and migrant transit centre, only four days after giving birth to her fifth child at a nearby hospital in Kumanovo.