Indpendent journalist Dmitry Muratov is set to auction off his Nobel Peace Prize, donating all proceeds to UNICEF in an effort to help Ukrainian children affected by Russia's offensive.
The global body underlined that thousands of residents of the conflict-hit northern suburbs have been forced to flee their homes and take refuge with relatives or in temporary shelters such as churches and schools.
Routine vaccination in Lebanon has dropped by 31 percent, leaving a vast number of children vulnerable to disease, according to a new UN report.
The conflict has severely disrupted food imports to the region, the UN children's agency said, adding if the situation persists it could impact children in Egypt, Lebanon, Libya, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
Irina, head of the Regional Perinatal Centre, posted videos of a basement where she said pregnant women and mothers were evacuated on the first day of Russia's offensive.
“More and more children are going to bed hungry in Yemen,” says Catherine Russell, UNICEF's executive director.
UN's children’s humanitarian aid organisation, UNICEF, said 47 children were killed or wounded in Yemen's civil war in the first two months of 2022.
British player Andy Murray says he will donate his earnings from the prize money for the rest of the year, and asks everyone in the UK to support UNICEF's humanitarian response by donating to its appeal.
A code was set up by WHO in 1981 in a bid to regulate the industry after scandals in the 1970s when Nestle was accused of discouraging mothers, particularly in developing countries, from breastfeeding.
UN agency says it will roughly pay $100 per month for two months to around 194,000 primary and secondary school teachers in Afghanistan.
UN seeks safe passage for hundreds of minors caught in the crossfire as terrorists of both Daesh and US-backed YPG/PKK fight to control Hasaka city prison that was stormed by Daesh six days ago.
Over 80 percent of children in Lebanon are under risk of being forced into abuses such as child labour or child marriage.
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