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10 Nov 2009 description
report UN Children's Fund

Sales of cuddly toys to benefit UNICEF, Save the Children

GENEVA, 10 November 2009 - IKEA stores worldwide have unwrapped its phenomenally successful Holiday season fundraising campaign, donating 1 euro for every soft toy sold in its stores on line to benefit UNICEF and Save the Children.

Now in its 5th year, "1 euro is a fortune... a smile is worth so much" Soft Toys Campaign has raised over $25 million for both organizations.

06 Nov 2009 description
report UN Children's Fund

NEW YORK, états Unis, 6 novembre 2009 - De nouveau cette année, pendant les vacances de fin d'année il sera possible de donner un cadeau utile. Les peluches IKEA sont maintenant en vente et les revenus générés continueront d'aider à soutenir les progrogrammes d'éducation de l'UNICEF et de Save the Children dans le monde.

A partir du 1er novembre et jusqu'au 24 décembre, l'Initiative sociale IKEA donnera 1 euro pour chaque peluche vendue dans les magasins IKEA dans le monde.

17 Jun 2009 description
report BioMed Central

Abstract

Vitamin A deficiency and malaria are both highly prevalent health problems in Africa. Vitamin A deficiency affects over 30 million children, most of whom are in the age-group (under five years) most affected by malaria. Vitamin A deficiency increases all-cause mortality in this part of the population, and malaria is an important cause of death in children at this age.

05 Dec 2007 description

5 December 2007, Rome - Eleven African countries have agreed to join forces to meet the challenge of education for rural people. At a recent meeting in FAO headquarters in Rome they also decided to identify synergies and establish international technical cooperation aimed at enhancing education and training in rural areas.

05 Dec 2007 description

Des synergies identifiées lors d'une réunion à Rome

5 décembre 2007, Rome - Onze pays africains sont convenus de joindre leurs forces pour relever le défi de l'éducation pour les populations rurales. Lors d'une récente réunion au siège de la FAO, à Rome, ils ont également décidé d'identifier les synergies et d'établir une coopération internationale au plan technique pour renforcer l'éducation et la formation dans les zones rurales.

30 Sep 2005 description

INTRODUCTION

This is the second issue for 2005 of this report prepared by the FAO Global Information and Early Warning System (GIEWS) on the food supply situation and cereal import and food aid requirements for all countries in sub-Saharan Africa. The report is designed to provide the latest analysis and information on the food situation in these countries to governments, international organizations and other institutions engaged in humanitarian operations.

09 Sep 2005 description

FAONEWSRELEASE 05/114e

Addis Ababa/Rome, 9 September 2005 - Ministers of education, agriculture, fisheries and rural development and high-level officials from eleven African countries today agreed to make education in rural areas a top priority.

06 Sep 2005 description

6 September 2005, Rome - "Education is the most effective way to empower the rural poor to get out of poverty and to ensure that the Millennium Development Goals are met in sub-Saharan Africa," according to FAO.

In a paper to be presented at a ministerial seminar in Addis Abeba (7-9 September 2005), the UN agency underlines the critical role of agriculture and highlights the important contribution of education for sustainable development and for eradicating poverty and hunger in rural areas.

11 Aug 2005 description


Weekly Introduction:
Update of Locust Activity: August 11 - 17, 2005

July Monthly Weather Summary from the CPC African Desk:

28 Apr 2005 description


Weekly Introduction:
Situation in Ethiopia

Given reports of continuing food stress, the outcome of the current rainy season is especially important this year. The early dry spell this year may postpone harvests and extend the current hunger season. However, rains appear to be returning to the area and we will continue to monitor the situation with respect to pasture viability and crop availability.

Update of Seasonal Outlooks at Four-Months Lead: Aug-Oct 2005 Forecasts

Gulf of Guinea Region

15 Sep 2004 description


Weekly Introduction:
Update Of ITCZ

During the period from August 21-31 2004, the African portion of the ITCZ moved dramatically to the south in the eastern half of the continent. During the past dekad, the eastern region of the ITCZ moved from around 19N to around 15N. This contrasts with the movement in the west where the ITCZ moved relatively little from last period and is located very close to the 1988-2003 climatological mean. The southward movement of the ITCZ at this time is quite normal as the normal northward peak occurs during the second dekad of August.

29 Jul 2004 description


Weekly Preamble Update:
CCA Guidance for November-December-January at Four Months Lead (Southern Africa):

The outlook for southern Africa rainfall at four months lead shows climatology in all areas, except locally over northern Mozambique and northern Angola, where there is a tilt for below and above normal rainfall, respectively.

Locust Update