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International Cooperation Minister, UNICEF expand partnership to support children, youth economic and social empowerment
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).
The death toll from Beirut explosions has reached 154, Lebanese Health Minister Hamad Hassan announced on Friday
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.
UN organisation has granted Egypt about $100m in grants over two years for social, health protection for children and women
UNICEF, UNHCR succeed in raising people’s awareness of unspoken issues in Egypt
The event witnessed joining the global movement “Go Blue for every child” by turning the Great Pyramid, the Pyramid of Khufu, a wonder of the Ancient and the Modern times, into blue as a symbolic stand for child rights.
Campaign to find an end to the culturally acceptable behaviour of mistreating children, and using various kinds of violence against adolescences
Corporate commits minimum of EGP 6.5m over next three-year period to support social inclusion for children
Company supports UNICEF to promote social inclusion for children
Investment in Egyptian youth is investment in Egypt’s future, says ambassador
The MoU targets improving child-friendly education, safe learning environments, promoting life skills and citizenship education for children in Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Lebanon, and United Arab Emirates
Celebrities publish videos, encourage children, adults to raise their voices against bullying they had gone through in their lives, with hashtag #IAmAgainstBullying.
Ahmed Helmy, Mona Zaki, and Donia Samir Ghanem join a list of international celebrities from 190 countries
During the United Nations International Children’s Fund (UNICEF) ceremony, which was held on Sunday, the Minister of International Cooperation, Sahar Nasr, stated that the government consults all of the involved parties in order to support the poorest villages in Egypt. She added UNICEF responded to the Egyptian call for intensifying its support for the poorest …
“Bringing together the power of the fashion world to contribute to the campaign helps spread awareness on a crucial cause,” says the designer
About 28 million children are homeless globally due to violent conflict. Almost the same number have had to abandon their homes in search of a better life, according to a new UNICEF report.
Al-Tahawy demanded that media outlets correct his previous comments to confirm his full respect for women
Parents’ disciplinary practices are due to the violence they have been subjected to themselves, says representative
Some 69 million children will die by 2030 if nations do not act fast to tackle economic disparity, the report said. This was also the best way to prevent future crises, UNICEF wrote.
Attacks on children in Syria have become “commonplace,” the UN body said. It called for the conflicts’ parties to protect children, saying at least 6 million of them were in dire need of assistance.
Unaccompanied children heading to Italy via Libya are at risk of sexual abuse and exploitation, said a UN official. More than 90 percent of the children arrived alone this year, UNICEF said.
The initiative targets educating imams and priests to raise awareness about violations against children in the name of religion
The United Nations Children’s Fund reports nearly 87 million children under seven years of age know no life outside conflict zones. Exposure to trauma can hinder a child’s brain development.
The ultimate dream for more than 7 million people in Egypt is to have clean accessible water to use and drink, a dream that UNICEF Egypt is trying to achieve
Campaign aims to support education and children’s rights by turning children’s drawings into real soft toys
On world FGM day, Egypt pledges to completely eradicate the practice by 2030
Personal spending on health services reached more than 60% of total spending on health in Egypt, says Maait
EU’s contribution to programme will help establish 1,200 community schools in “disadvantaged” Egyptian governorates