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UN / BREASTFEEDING WEEK ADVANCER

World Breastfeeding Week begins tomorrow (1 August). This year’s theme stresses the importance of breastfeeding as a life-saving intervention, especially during emergencies. UNICEF

31 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / FOOD BUDGET SHORTFALL

The World Food Program says millions of hungry people around the world will not receive food aid from the agency due to a “dangerous and unprecedented” $3 billion budget shortfall this year. FILE

31 Jul 2009 | Read More »

HAITI / GONAIVES FLOOD PROTECTION

A multi-million dollar project financed by UNDP is underway to build dike walls along hillsides throughout Haiti’s flood wrecked city of Gonaives. Severe floods destroyed the city in 2004 and then again in 2008. MINUSTAH

31 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / DISABILITIES

US Ambassador Susan Rice and Senior White House Advisor Valerie B. Jarrett sign the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. UNTV

30 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / DARFUR

The Security Council approves a twelve-month extension, until the end of July 2010 for the UN mission in Darfur (UNAMID). United Kingdom’s Ambassador John Sawers says there is still serious concern about the security situation on the ground and about the, “rather slow progress in the political track.” UNTV / FILE

30 Jul 2009 | Read More »

SYRIA / HEALTH CARE

The Hussinaya Refugee district near Damascus is home to high numbers of Iraqi and Palestinian refugees and other displaced people. In this poor neighbourhood it’s a challenge to both provide adequate health care and to persuade people to take advantage of it. But a new model of community care is starting to make a difference. [...]

30 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / COTE D'IVOIRE

The Security Council approves a six month extension of the UN Operation in Cote d’Ivoire (UNOCI). Ivorian Ambassador Alcide Djedje tells reporters that current diplomatic tensions between his country and France have nothing to do with the UN and the problem is being taken care of, “bilaterally”. UNTV

30 Jul 2009 | Read More »

ARGENTINA / EDUCATION

A new teaching strategy developed by UNICEF focuses on new and practical ways to teach math, literature and science. UNICEF

29 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / BAN KI-MOON

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says the September summit on climate change in New York will be the largest ever gathering of leaders on the issue, urging UN Member States to “seal the deal” on a new global pact for reducing greenhouse gas emissions before the end of the year. UNTV

29 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / SOMALIA

UN Special Representative for Somalia Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah says he believes that Somalia is at a turning point – that the Somali population and its traditional leaders reject violence and those behind it – making the support of the international community, “even more crucial at this time.” UNTV / FILE

29 Jul 2009 | Read More »

KYRGYZSTAN / BREAD

UNICEF works to ensure additional nutrients are – by law – added to all bread flour sold in Kyrgyzstan. The rising cost of food has compromised people’s diets and they are now eating more bread. UNICEF

28 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / CHAD-CAR

Commenting on the recent clashes between Sudan and Chad, UN Special Representative for Chad and the Central African Republic Victor Da Silva Angelo said that there is an urgent need to de-escalate the situation and resume diplomatic initiatives. UNTV

28 Jul 2009 | Read More »

LATVIA / LANDFILL

Getting rid of household garbage in an environmentally friendly way is a major concern in the European Union. When it joined the EU, Latvia had to better dispose of its trash. One area of the country has a modern landfill which turns trash vapors into useful gas. WORLD BANK

28 Jul 2009 | Read More »

SERBIA / NUCLEAR WASTE

The UN Nuclear Watchdog Agency is working with the Serbian government to clean up nuclear fuel which is contained in deteriorating barrels in the village of Vinca. The fuel was used for experiments in the 1950′s and shut down in 1984, but still poses a danger to the community. IAEA

28 Jul 2009 | Read More »

HAITI / DEFORESTATION

Haiti’s environmental problems are reaching a breaking point. But some Haitians, like Jane Wynne, are taking matters into their own hands, and are doing all that they can to save the country’s few remaining trees. MINUSTAH

27 Jul 2009 | Read More »

MADAGASCAR / CLIMATE CHANGE

A quiet crisis caused by climate change is playing itself out on the island of Madagascar. For the last two years the rains have failed, and once mighty rivers have dried to a trickle and crops have died. People here, especially children, have begun to starve. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged countries rich and [...]

27 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / MIDDLE EAST

United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs Oscar Fernandez-Taranco tells the Security Council that illegal settlement activity continues across the West Bank including East Jerusalem, and says indications of new settlement construction and house demolitions are of particular concern. UNTV

27 Jul 2009 | Read More »

BENIN / SHRIMP INDUSTRY

After struggling with problems due to sub-standard sanitary conditions in the shrimp industry, Benin suffered a ban from Europe that lasted for less than two years, causing processing factories to close and workers to lose their jobs. But now the industry has been cleaned up and they’re back in business. WTO

25 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / DISPLACED ADDITIONAL AID

The UN calls for an additional $200 million to provide aid to more than half a million people uprooted by violence in Chad and the neighbouring Central African Republic (CAR) and Darfur region of western Sudan, as demand mounts for humanitarian assistance. FILE

24 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / DARFUR

Under Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Alain Le Roy says that while the situation on the ground has changed in Darfur, “we are in many ways no closer to a solution now then we were when the issue was first taken up by the Security Council.” UNTV / FILE

24 Jul 2009 | Read More »

VIETNAM / RIGHTS OF THE CHILD

Ensuring the rights of children is essential to guaranteeing the best start in life for them. UNICEF-supported programs in Vietnam are working toward putting these principles into action for children, even in remote villages. UNICEF

24 Jul 2009 | Read More »

GA / RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT

At a General Assembly debate on the ‘responsibility to protect’ (R2P), US political activist Noam Chomsky argues that it is linked to humanitarian intervention which he says has been abused throughout history, while former Australian foreign minister Gareth Evans urges UN member states not to reopen negotiations on a principle adopted in 2005 to help [...]

23 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / COTE D'IVOIRE WRAP

UN Special Representative for Cote d’Ivoire Choi Yong-jin says that the announcement that the country’s presidential elections would be held on 29 November this year is a very positive step towards resolving the Ivorian crisis. But at the same time, he warned that the Ivorian elections management body appears to be struggling with questions of [...]

23 Jul 2009 | Read More »

GEORGIA / AID

Reconstruction efforts by UNICEF continue following last years conflict between Russia and Georgia. A new water system has been installed and sanitation improved with flush toilets in Tortiza Village School near Gori. UNICEF

23 Jul 2009 | Read More »

COTE D'IVOIRE / STAMPEDE FINE

FIFA fines the Ivorian Football Federation $47,000 following the conclusions of the inquiry into the soccer World Cup qualifying match between Côte d’Ivoire and Malawi that killed 22 and injured over 100 people last March. FILE

23 Jul 2009 | Read More »

SUDAN / ABYEI REAX

Officials react to the ruling by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague who today set new borders for Abyei and left control of the Heglig oil field with the national government in Khartoum. UNMIS

22 Jul 2009 | Read More »

SUDAN / ABYEI SCHOOL

On Tuesday, a day ahead of a-long-awaited decision expected to settle a dispute over the boundaries of the oil rich area of Abyei, some 500 children of Sudan’s Abyei Basic School for girls calmly sang the country’s national anthem, with hopes for stability in the area. UNMIS

22 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / SMOKING

The head of the UN Department of Management, Angela Kane shares her “frustration” that no-smoking signs mysteriously disappear as diplomats and staff members continue to light up inside the Secretariat building, ignoring a recent General Assembly resolution against indoor smoking on UN premises. UNTV

22 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / HIV PREGNANCY

A new WHO study says that if HIV-positive pregnant women are given a combination of antiretroviral drugs from late in pregnancy until six months into breastfeeding, their babies are over 40 percent less likely to become infected with HIV. FILE

22 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / AL-MALIKI

Iraq’s Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki says that in his meeting set for Thursday with U.S. President Barack Obama, he would emphasize the desire for the U.S. and Iraq to continue working according to the agreements signed between the two countries. UNTV

22 Jul 2009 | Read More »

GENEVA / HUMANITARIAN MID-YEAR REVIEW

The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) says the overall humanitarian funding appeals for 2009 are short by $4.8 billion six months into the year. OCHA says the total target for the humanitarian appeals now stands at $9.5 billion. UNTV / FILE

21 Jul 2009 | Read More »

STORY: SUDAN / ABYEI BORDER

Citizens in Abyei in southern Sudan anticipate the announcement of a contentious ruling on the demarcation of their border, which lies in the heart of oil-producing land. The ruling is expected Wednesday from a tribunal at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague. UNMIS

21 Jul 2009 | Read More »

INDIA / PRIMARY EDUCATION

India’s 'Education for All’ movement is trying to get all children to school, including millions of the poorest and most marginalized. With the help of the World Bank a new generation learns in new ways that include better buildings, new methods, and a lot of fun. WORLD BANK

21 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / RIVER BLINDNESS

Evidence in a published UN study today says eliminating river blindness is feasible with ivermectin, a commonly-used drug that has contributed to significantly controlling the disease in endemic countries. FILE

21 Jul 2009 | Read More »

GA / BAN KI-MOON

Presenting his report on the 'Responsibility to Protect’ to the General Assembly, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says that it’s high time to turn the promise of the responsibility to protect into practice. “We have an opportunity to ready ourselves for the moment when our collective capacity and will are again tested by the sort of horrors [...]

21 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / CLIMATE CHANGE

Chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Dr. Rajendra Pachauri says the dichotomy of the G8 clearly ignored what the IPCC came up with concerning stabilization of the atmosphere – the G8 leaders agreed to limit global warming to no more than two degrees Celsius, but for that to happen, global emissions have [...]

20 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / HIV VACCINE

A new United Nations-backed report on investment in HIV prevention research in 2008 finds that funding levels for a possible vaccine for the virus have decreased for the first time since investment trends have been tracked. FILE

20 Jul 2009 | Read More »

GEORGIA / DISPLACED CHILDREN

UNICEF is establishing kindergartens in Georgia to give displaced children access to early childhood education. UNICEF

20 Jul 2009 | Read More »

BELIZE / PEST FREE EXPORTS

Around the world, millions of farmers have to battle the Medfly and its cousins. If there’s any hint that fruit flies have infested a crop, trade stops. Belize is the only country in Central America to be officially declared free of Medfly and now farmers can export their crops to major markets like the United [...]

18 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / SUDAN

The Security Council today (17 July) called on the parties to the dispute over the oil-rich Sudanese town of Abyei to abide by the decision to be rendered next week on the matter, one of several outstanding issues related to the 2005 peace pact that ended the country’s north-south civil war. UNTV / UNMIS

17 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / CHISSANO

Joachim Chissano, the UN Special Envoy for Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) affected areas says the problem with the failure to sign the final peace pact which would end two decades of fighting was that he didn’t have an interlocutor from the LRA’s side. UNTV / UNMIS

17 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / INDONESIA BOMBING

The Security Council condemns the bombings of two hotels in Jakarta which left nine people dead and dozens injured. This was the first suicide bombing since 2005, when 20 people were killed when suicide bombers hit three Bali restaurants. UNTV

17 Jul 2009 | Read More »

NEW YORK / SARKOZY

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon lunches with French President Nicolas Sarkozy in New York on the eve of a concert at Radio City Music Hall celebrating Nelson Mandela’s 91st birthday. UNTV

17 Jul 2009 | Read More »

TAJIKISTAN / FOOD CRISIS

A full 90 percent of the Rasht Valley’s economy is built on Tajik men leaving home to work in Russia’s construction industry – a sector badly hit by global recession. Remittances from Russia to Tajikistan fell by a third in the first months of this year alone with a consequent rise in poverty, leaving children [...]

17 Jul 2009 | Read More »

SOMALIA / FOOD DISTRIBUTION

The flight of more than 200,000 people from Somalia’s war-torn capital Mogadishu since May – the latest chapter in the crisis in the Horn of Africa – underlines how WFP must operate amid opposing armed groups to reach the powerless and hungry, feeding more than two million people in June. WFP

17 Jul 2009 | Read More »

ARGENTINA / NEO-NATAL CARE

UNICEF is working to replicate a new model of neo-natal care at a hospital in Buenos Aires that puts more emphasis on the needs of the family. Globally, two thirds of neonatal and young child deaths – over six million deaths each year – are preventable. UNICEF

16 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / NORTH KOREA

The UN sanctions committee adds ten North Korean government officials and scientists to a sanctions blacklist. Last month, the council imposed sanctions on Pyongyang following its underground nuclear test in May. UNTV

16 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / SIERRA LEONE COURT

Commenting on the lack of funds to sustain the Special Court for Sierra Leone, Court President Renate Winter tells the Council that the trial of Charles Taylor must be completed and that without adequate funds it will be difficult to retain competent court personnel who might leave for better paid jobs. UNTV

16 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / HOLMES

Briefing on his recent visit to Pakistan, UN Emergency Relief Coordinator John Holmes says that with the large number of displaced in Pakistan using schools as refuge, there is concern over where children will go once classes begin in September. UNTV / FILE

15 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / LRA

President of the Security Council for the month of July, Ugandan Ambassador Ruhakana Rugunda said that members of the Council have called on Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) to seize the moment as “the opportunity is still there” to sign the Final Peace Agreement.

15 Jul 2009 | Read More »

INDIA / WATER

The Indian government with help from the World Bank is bringing water to people’s homes. Obtaining water can be a challenge in India, women and young girls often wait in line for hours at public distribution points. WORLD BANK

15 Jul 2009 | Read More »

GEORGIA / EMERGENCY EDUCATION KITS

UNICEF provides Early Childhood Development kits to the displaced in Georgia. The kit contains early-learning, psycho-social and play materials for infants and young children from birth to the age of six. UNICEF

15 Jul 2009 | Read More »

GENEVA / H1N1

Speaking today in Geneva, Dr. Marie-Paule Kieny, Director of the Initiative for Vaccine Research of the World Health Organization (WHO) says that all countries including low income countries would need to have access to the H1N1 vaccine.

15 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / SANCTIONS

Ambassador Thomas Mayr-Harting, Permanent Representative of Austria and Chairman of the Al-Qaeda and Taliban Sanctions Committee says that the fight against terrorism must be conducted, “within principles of rule of law and due process.” UNTV

14 Jul 2009 | Read More »

KOSOVO / WATER

Families and children in the rural areas of Kosovo struggle to find sources of safe drinking water. UNICEF

14 Jul 2009 | Read More »

SIERRA LEONE / TAYLOR

Liberia’s former President Charles Taylor, the first African ruler to stand trial for war crimes, takes the stand in his own defense at the Special Court for Sierra Leone. FILE

14 Jul 2009 | Read More »

PAKISTAN / RETURN OPERATION

An operation to help displaced Pakistanis return to their homes begins with hundreds of residents from three government camps to be the first to go back. More than two million people were uprooted in the northwest region during fighting between the Pakistani government and militants. UNHCR

14 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / ZEBARI

Iraq’s Foreign Minister Zebari meets with United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to discuss the UN presence in Iraq and review the mandate of the multinational forces in that country. UNTV

13 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / MYANMAR WRAP

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon briefs Security Council members on his recent visit to Myanmar, where he called on authorities to immediately release all political prisoners and said the country’s future must be rooted in respect for human rights. UNTV

13 Jul 2009 | Read More »

TAJIKISTAN / WATER

Every last drop of fresh water is precious in the little village of Dara, in the central Asian Republic of Tajikistan. The lack of safe water is the cause of diseases that include diarrhea, typhoid fever, malaria, and anemia. UNICEF

13 Jul 2009 | Read More »

ECUADOR / CONSERVATION

Decades of oil drilling in Ecuador has devastated huge swaths of the Amazon rain forest and its wildlife, threatening to destroy the ancestral homes of native tribes and their culture. But some of those people are finding a way to balance development and conservation. UNTV

11 Jul 2009 | Read More »

ITALY / J8

Fourteen young people from the Junior 8 group meet with the heads of their respective countries at the G8 in L’Aquila, Italy. UNICEF

10 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / DR CONGO WRAP

UN Special Representative for the Democratic Republic of Congo Alan Doss tells Council members that action being taken to dismantle armed groups operating in the eastern DRC has raised concerns, especially about the humanitarian impact on civilians. UNTV / FILE

10 Jul 2009 | Read More »

PAKISTAN / IDPS RETURN

Pakistan says it will start a return operation to bring back those displaced by recent violence. In May, the government launched a military offensive aimed at driving out Islamic militants from the Swat valley region, forcing an estimated two million people from their homes. UNHCR

10 Jul 2009 | Read More »

G8 / FOOD SECURITY

As leaders at the G8 summit in L’Aquila gather to discuss global food security, the World Food Programme (WFP) is urging a twin-track approach to food security, supporting long-term agricultural production with continued support for immediate hunger assistance. WFP

10 Jul 2009 | Read More »

SOMALIA / IDPS

The recent heavy fighting in Mogadishu has forced over two hundred thousand people into displacement. UNICEF and other NGOs and charities are sustaining their effort to provide essential humanitarian assistance. UNICEF

10 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / SOMALIA

The Security Council adopts a Presidential Statement reaffirming its support for the Djibouti peace process and for the Transitional Federal Government as the legitimate authority in Somalia. UNTV

9 Jul 2009 | Read More »

BULGARIA / EOMPLOYMENT

In Bulgaria, the government is working to provide employment opportunity and security for socially disadvantaged people, including the hearing impaired. WORLD BANK

9 Jul 2009 | Read More »

TANZANIA / DANNY GLOVER

UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Danny Glover visits Tanzania to support this year’s Zanzibar International Film Festival and highlight the impact of HIV, as well as stigma and discrimination against children and their families affected by the virus. UNICEF

9 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / WEST AFRICA INITIATIVE

UN officials brief on the West Africa Coast Initiative which is a multi-agency effort that supports a regional action plan to combat illicit drug trafficking and organized crime. UNTV

8 Jul 2009 | Read More »

PAKISTAN / AID

UNICEF is providing support to primary education for displaced children in Pakistan, but more resources are needed to help them as the communities they are living in are themselves poor. UNICEF

8 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / LEBANON

After briefing the Security Council, UN Special Coordinator for Lebanon Michael Williams tells reporters that, if “confirmed in court”, allegations of Israeli spy networks in Lebanon would constitute “a very serious violation of Lebanon’s sovereignty” and would “undermine relevant Security Council resolutions.” UNTV

8 Jul 2009 | Read More »

SUDAN / ABYEI BORDER

Abyei market is seeing some activity with new stalls increasing the variety of goods available for its residents, but all is not necessarily well. With just weeks to the anticipated discussion on where the borders of Sudan’s disputed oil rich region lie, opinions are divided on who is the rightful owner of the land. UNMIS

8 Jul 2009 | Read More »

HAITI / CLINTON

Former President Bill Clinton wrapped up a three-day visit to Haiti today. It was his first official visit to the troubled Caribbean nation since being appointed UN Special Envoy in May. MINUSTAH

8 Jul 2009 | Read More »

GENEVA / H1N1

The World Health Organisation says that Tamiflu-resistant H1N1 flu does not appear to be spreading in a sustained or worrisome way. WHO / PAHO

7 Jul 2009 | Read More »

ITALY / J8

A collection of bright young minds from around the world have gathered in Rome for the Junior 8, a weeklong conference for young people to exchange and debate ideas about how to best improve global conditions for children. UNICEF

7 Jul 2009 | Read More »

GAZA / HEARINGS

A UN human rights mission investigating the recent war in the Gaza Strip has completed its first round of public hearings, which are part of its ongoing investigations. UNTV

7 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / WEST AFRICA

Addressing the Security Council on transnational trafficking (drugs, cigarettes, people, counterfeit medicines) in West Africa, UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) chief Antonio Maria Costa says that rich countries, particularly Europe, should assume their share of responsibility by curbing their appetite for drugs, cheap labor and exotic goods smuggled into the region. UNTV / [...]

7 Jul 2009 | Read More »

GENEVA / ECONOMIC CRISIS WRAP

Addressing the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in Geneva, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says higher food prices in 2008 had reversed the nearly two-decade trend in reducing hunger and momentum to reduce overall poverty in the developing world. UNTV / WTO

6 Jul 2009 | Read More »

SUDAN / FRENCH DELEGATION

Members from Sudan’s National Assembly brief a French Parliamentarian delegation on the security and stability situation in Darfur and in Southern Sudan. UNMIS

6 Jul 2009 | Read More »

PARAGUAY / FOOD SECURITY

The indigenous population in Northern Paraguay, rich in cultural tradition, has always ensured that everyone in the community share the food they grow. Now UNDP is working with the community to help diversify their crops to help with food security. UNDP

6 Jul 2009 | Read More »

GENEVA / BAN KI-MOON

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says a billion dollars is needed by the end of the year to provide vaccines against the H1N1 virus to poor countries. UNTV

6 Jul 2009 | Read More »

POLAND / ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Poland’s public buildings are being made energy efficient. The World Bank is funding projects in the Krakow area that will save energy, promote infrastructure investments, and bring down costs in the public sector. WORLD BANK

6 Jul 2009 | Read More »

AZERBIJIAN / OIL PRODUCTION

Oil has become the economic lifeblood for Azerbaijan — a country on the Caspian Sea. Its oil boom is one of the longest in history, stretching back 150 years. But the industry has left a deadly legacy. UNTV

4 Jul 2009 | Read More »

COSTA RICA / RACIAL DISCRIMINATION

In Latin America one woman hopes to make history by becoming the region’s first black president. UNTV

3 Jul 2009 | Read More »

IAEA / VOTE

Japan’s Yukiya Amano is elected as new chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency. IAEA

2 Jul 2009 | Read More »

CAMEROON / ECONOMIC STRAIN

Since 2002, over 60,000 Central Africans have come seeking refuge in Cameroon from attacks, kidnappings and killings by groups of armed men,bandits, and rebels fleeing the Chadian conflict to the North. Five years down the road, and the integration holds, yet the resources are becoming increasingly strained. UNICEF

2 Jul 2009 | Read More »

UN / HUGH JACKMAN

Australian actor Hugh Jackman visits the UN to shoot a public service announcement for the Global Poverty Project’s plan to help the poorer nations of the world attain the Millennium Development Goals. OCHA

2 Jul 2009 | Read More »

GENEVA / RUSSIA GEORGIA TALKS

The Co-Chairmen and the Georgian and Russian delegation leaders say the latest Geneva discussions aimed at restoring stability in the Caucuses have made progress, but they still differ over military maneuvers by the two sides. UNTV

1 Jul 2009 | Read More »

POLAND/SOCIAL INCLUSION

In rural Poland limited access to services like education, health care, and communication often leaves people isolated and excluded from economic development. A World Bank funded program tries bringing people out of isolation and helping them to become active citizens. WORLD BANK

1 Jul 2009 | Read More »

SYRIA/ VENEMAN

UNICEF Executive Director Ann M. Veneman concludes a landmark tour of Syria by commending UNICEF’s Syrian partners for their accomplishments in the field of child and youth issues. UNICEF

1 Jul 2009 | Read More »

 

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