Gombe,UNICEF and USAID campaign to end child abuse
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Gombe,UNICEF and USAID campaign to end child abuse.
12 Jun 2019
UNICEF says Nigeria loses about 1.3 per cent of GDP annually due to poor sanitation. Zaid Jurji, Chief of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Section at UNICEF Nigeria joins CNBC Africa to discuss the wider impact of Nigeria's lapses in sanitation.
16 Aug 2019
There has been a sharp increase in grave violations committed against children in 2019 in Mali, particularly in maiming and killing children, UNICEF and child protection partners warned this week.
19 Nov 2019
Children around the world are living longer, healthier lives, according to a UN report. But it's not all good news — young people today are also grappling with a host of new threats, from climate change to cyberbullying.
5 Dec 2019
UNICEF has released its US$ 4.2 billion 2020 emergency appeal to reach 59 million children with life-saving support in 64 countries across the globe.
13 Dec 2019
The crisis in north-east Nigeria is one of the most severe in the world today. Across the six affected states of Borno, Adamawa, Yobe, Bauchi, Gombe and Taraba, 10.2 million people are estimated to be in need of humanitarian assistance in 2018, of whom 52 per cent are women and girls, and 48 per cent are men and boys.
19 Apr 2020
Group of young men produce ventilator in Gombe state
1 Sep 2020
This is an analysis of the report by the United Nations Children's Fund, stating that almost 463 million students do not have access to the internet.
12 Nov 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Friday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Friday.
16 Nov 2020
FG flags off distribution of N20,000 grant to rural women in Gombe
18 Nov 2020
Gombe government recovers N1.4bn from undisclosed bank accounts
WHO advises against Remdesivir for virus treatment, 2.3m children displaced in Ethiopia unrest — UNICEF
20 Nov 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Saturday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Saturday.
1 Dec 2020
Around a thousand toys are spread across Bogota's main square to raise awareness of child abuse in Colombia. "The thousands of toys represent the thousands and thousands of children who are abused annually in Colombia," says Angela Rosales, national director of Aldeas Infantiles SOS, the group behind the event.
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In this edition we meet the 93-year-old artist who is one of the last survivors of the Nazi death camps. Saved by a Soviet doctor in 1945, Shelomo Selinger lost his memory for several years, but through love, art and sculpture he managed to get it back. As part of this special programme for Holocaust Memorial Day that honours the 6 million Jews murdered and the countless others killed under Nazi persecution, our team met up with him in Paris.
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We look to the Mexican papers as journalists there protest after a high-profile journalist is murdered outside her home. Antwerp customs officials sound the alarm on what they call a greater security threat than terrorism: the international drug trade. Also, French rugby star Antoine Dupont graces the cover of GQ France. Finally, Taylor Swift finds surprising support in Chile's president-elect after she's criticised by former Blur frontman Damon Albarn!
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The US Justice Department has charged four Chinese nationals over a global hacking campaign, which took aim at dozens of companies, universities and government agencies in the United States and elsewhere.
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The US Supreme Court is expected to rule on Mississippi's 2018 abortion law. The decision could upend long-established abortion rights across the country. DW met a Kentucky activist who says she'll continue to fight for a woman's right to decide.
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Joe Biden says he isn't ruling out personal sanctions on Russian President Vladimir Putin if he invades Ukraine. The threat from the US president comes as tensions between Moscow and the West continue to heat up. On Tuesday, the third instalment of US military equipment landed in Ukraine and more than 8,000 American troops stationed in Europe have been placed on standby.
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India's economy is expected to grow by 8.7 percent this year, according to the latest forecast from the International Monetary Fund, but participation in the labour force has fallen and unemployment has risen to a four-month high. How can India jump-start its labour market along with the economy? Stephen Carroll asks Rajat Kathuria, Professor of Economics and Dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Shiv Nadar University.