Latest in Tag: children Highlight
Latest in Tag: children
Last recorded case of poliomyelitis in country was in 2004
Number equals about 52.9% of total targeted number of children
Creativity scores among intervention group were 78% higher than control group
The exhibition aims to help children express their creativity and imagination without any boundaries.
The newly established JICA Egypt Office Chief Representative Award aims to give commendations to development partners who are considered to be an asset for JICA’s activities in Egypt.
The grant will complement the Egyptian Ministry of Social Solidarity’s national social protection Takaful and Karama programme, by providing six months of food assistance to 40,000 vulnerable pregnant and nursing women and children under the age of two in Egypt.
Health care programmes examine 11.5 million students in 22,000 schools
90% of victims live in low- and middle-income countries
“Children’s Literature and Egypt’s Vision 2030” conference is organised by Children’s Literature Documentation and Research Center at Dar El-Kotb.
The launch occurred under the auspices of the National Council for Childhood and Motherhood (NCCM) in cooperation with UNICEF, and with funding from the European Union (EU).
Proper nutrition is crucial for optimal growth and development. Children, in particular, have higher nutritional needs than adults, and are often at risk of micronutrient deficiencies as they are introduced to different foods and many develop picky eating habits at a young age.
The competition was held to raise awareness on methods of combating the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
UNICEF has defined wasting as a life-threatening form of malnutrition, causing weakness and thinness in children, putting them at greater risk of dying, poor growth, development and learning.
Despite rise in sleeping disorders, online gaming addiction, some parents say curfew helped bring families closer
Meanwhile, 60% of all children live in one of the 82 countries with a full (7% of countries) or partial (53%) lockdown, accounting for 1.4 billion youth who have had their learning affected, according to latest UNICEF figures.
It’s very common at that age for children to rebel against their parents in general by asserting positions that signal their personal independence. This tends to come with changes in their dietary habits, which often entail the exclusion of milk from their diet as a way for children to express that they’ve grown up, or because they’re bored with the taste of milk
Initiative to address, mitigate impacts of pandemic on most vulnerable sectors of society
This study will guide future psychosis research, form basis for psychosis risk prediction models
Inclusive and special education have been at the centre of conversation at an event hosted by the Ministry of Education together with its partners.
The ten-day festival is brought to audiences by the AFCA Foundation for Arts and Culture, an independent entertainment organisation targeting teens and children in Egypt. This year’s edition witnesses a collaboration with the Dutch Embassy in Cairo that supports the festival with four Dutch performances including one premiere.
Campaign targets all children in Egypt from 1 day to 5 year olds
The amendment will also develop a legislative framework that allows children to easily move from alternative care to independent life, says Maher.
Campaign to find an end to the culturally acceptable behaviour of mistreating children, and using various kinds of violence against adolescences
Kicked off in Spain during the 2019 national tournament, the partnership will go a step further at the Danone Nations Cup’s World Final in Barcelona, seeing over 700 young girls and boys provided with Kipsta outfits ahead of their matches to represent their countries.
Belgian woman tries to integrate abandoned, homeless children back into the society.
Increased numbers of child abduction cases in South Sudan, Syria
The innovative contemporary institution is organising a four-week summer programme free of charge for children in underprivileged areas to learn about Egypt’s traditional arts at the masmerising beauty of Tunis Village in Fayoum governorate.
Most of the children living in El-Dweika, one of the big cities’ most underprivileged districts, have not seen any swimming pools in their lives, until Hussein Makbool decided to change the status quo, and place the district’s first ever portable swimming pool.
The programme aims to revive the principles of Ancient Egyptian civilization and teach children what the culture was like, as an inseparable part of the Egyptian culture and heritage.
Children have been separated from their parents and kept in steel cages–a brutal aggression against those most vulnerable.