• Joyeux Noël et Bonne année 2017 sur fonds du travail réalisé par la Caritas CongoAsbl pour combattre le paludisme
• Mgr Dieudonné URINGI, le nouveau Président de la Commission Episcopale CaritasDéveloppement :Caritas CongoAsbl pour un travail de notre foi et ses fruits
• République Démocratique Congo-Kinshasa : Le calendrier électoral se fait toujours attendre Dossier
• Caritas CongoAsbl activement engagée dans la lutte contre le paludisme
7894TH MEETING (AM)
Members Hear Deputy Secretary-General’s First Address in Her New Capacity
Briefing on the heels of the Security Council’s recent visit to Africa’s Lake Chad Basin — beset by development challenges, looming famine and the brutal tactics of Boko Haram — the mission’s co-Chairs emphasized today the need for an enhanced and holistic response to the subregion’s largely neglected crisis.
6 DE MARZO DE 2017 | GINEBRA - De acuerdo con dos nuevos informes de la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS), más de una cuarta parte de las defunciones de niños menores de cinco años son consecuencia de la contaminación ambiental.
Cada año, las condiciones insalubres del entorno, tales como la contaminación del aire en espacios cerrados y en el exterior, la exposición al humo de tabaco ajeno, la insalubridad del agua, la falta de saneamiento y la higiene inadecuada, causan la muerte de 1,7 millones de niños menores de cinco años.
The cost of a polluted environment: 1.7 million child deaths a year, says WHO
6 March 2017 | Geneva – More than 1 in 4 deaths of children under 5 years are attributable to unhealthy environments. Every year, environmental risks – such as indoor and outdoor air pollution, second-hand smoke, unsafe water, lack of sanitation and inadequate hygiene – take the lives of 1.7 million children under 5 years, say two new World Health Organization (WHO) reports.
6 mars 2017 |Genève – Selon deux nouveaux rapports de l’Organisation mondiale de la Santé (OMS), plus d’un quart des décès d’enfants de moins de cinq ans est attribuable à la pollution de l’environnement. Chaque année, les risques environnementaux – pollution de l’air intérieur et extérieur, tabagisme passif, insalubrité de l’eau, manque de moyens d’assainissment et hygiène insuffisante – entraînent le décès de 1,7 million d’enfants de moins de cinq ans.
European Union and United Nations work together to improve lives in more than 170 countries
Partnership between the European Union and the United Nations has benefited millions of people in more than 170 countries across the globe, according to the latest report showcasing the results and strength of the collaboration between the United Nations and the European Union.
The “Pacific Islands Meteorological Services in Action” Compendium which was compiled by SPREP-FINPAC Project in partnership with World Meteorological Organization (WMO), Climate and Oceans Support Programme for the Pacific (COSPPac) and Environment and Climate Change Canada is a result of a first “writeshop” for climate services in the Pacific.
22 February 2017, Rome - Mankind's future ability to feed itself is in jeopardy due to intensifying pressures on natural resources, mounting inequality, and the fallout from a changing climate, warns a new FAO report out today.
By Valeria Groppo
A result of climate change extreme weather events are becoming more intense and more frequent in many regions of the world. From increasing precipitation and cyclones in high latitudes and tropical regions, to intensifying droughts in southern Africa, this trend is likely to continue throughout the 21st century.
HCM CITY — Unseasonable weather in southwestern provinces during the dry season has led to an increase in cases of diarrhoea, dengue fever, and hand, foot and mouth disease, all of which usually occur during the rainy season, according to health experts.
The Cần Thơ Pediatric Hospital in Cần Thơ City has recorded about 12,400 cases of diarrhoea, 500 cases of dengue fever, and 2,400 cases of hand, foot and mouth disease.
Avalanche kills seven near Lowari Tunnel
NDMA prepares framework for vulnerable, low-income communities
Wind, rain, heat: Health risks grow with extreme weather
Babies starving as food runs low in Pakistan's drought-hit Tharparkar district
CM approves shifting of eight ATCs from Clifton to Central jail
Sindh govt fails to provide adequate security in Sehwan, says MQM, PMLF
Punjab sends summary to federal government for Rangers’ deployment
Climate change, environmental health risks becoming greater causes of death
6.3 earthquake jolts parts of Balochistan
NDMA holds national workshop on disaster risk insurance framework for Pakistan
14 killed, over 100 wounded in Lahore blast
3 FC personnel martyred in explosion in South Waziristan
NACTA warned about blast in Lahore
FIA to issue red warrant for Altaf through Interpol
37-nation naval exercises begin in Pakistan
The New Urban Agenda: Seeing the bigger picture
Sustainable urbanization, as defined in the New Urban Agenda adopted at the Habitat III Summit in October 2016, has been hailed as a positive, transformative force for development. A process that, if properly planned and managed, will usher in a new era of wellbeing, resource efficiency and economic growth for billions of city dwellers.
Rockefeller-Funded Initiative to Develop Scientific and Educational Practices and Model Curricula for Academic and Non-Academic Audiences
Concerted action needed to stop diseases and pests from ravaging the food chain
FAO toolbox shows how prevention, early warning, preparedness can save lives and livelihoods
1 February 2017, Rome - Food availability and food hygiene are compromised every day by diseases and pests that plague plants and animals as well as various types of contaminants. This happens on farms, in factories, at home, in fresh or sea water, in the open air and in the midst of dense forests.
Une boîte à outils de la FAO montre comment la prévention, les alertes rapides et la préparation peuvent sauver des vies ainsi que les moyens d’existence
Climate Change Adaptation Project to benefit 185 million population
Pakistan - Severe weather (NDMA, Local Media)(ECHO Daily Flash of 27 January 2017)
Sound Bytes: ‘Climate change is a bigger threat to Pakistan than terrorism’
Fourth generation war and the intelligence arm
Quebec attack, immigration and havoc
Scotland Yard not to reopen MQM’s money laundering case on Pakistan request
Govt to inaugurate 14 passport offices this year: Nisar
230 cases registered under anti-money laundering law