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UNICEF expedites the repatriation of three Afghan children
The United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) successfully repatriated to Kabul three Afghan boys involved in child trafficking with assistance of the International Organization for migration (IOM). On the 11th May 2004 a child trafficking case involving three Afghan boys was brought to the attention of UNICEF by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
UNICEF, IOM, and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) collaborated to explore ways of ensuring the boys' safe repatriation to their home …
Zambian Government declares HIV/AIDS an emergency
HIV/AIDS in Zambia has been officially recognised as an emergency. The emergency period would run from August 2004 to July 2009.
Repatriation of Angolan Refugees Resumes
Looming WFP-Angola food shortage threatens refugee repatriation
2004 Zambia Budget and the MDGs - An Analysis1
People in some districts of Southern and Western Provinces are still facing water and food problems
From 29th September to 4th October 2003, OCHA and UNDP conducted a rapid assessment of the humanitarian situation in Monze, Choma, Gwembe, Sinazongwe, Livingstone and Kazungula districts (Southern province) ; Sesheke, Shangombo, Senanga, Mongu and Kaoma districts (Western province).
Weather: Normal rainfall is expected over much of Zambia for the coming season
The principal factors taken into account by the Zambia Meteorological Department (ZMD) are the current state of the neutral conditions of the sea-surface temperatures in the Indian, Atlantic and the Equatorial Pacific Oceans.