The southern Gaza Strip is currently facing its “worst bombardment” since the beginning of Israel’s brutal aggression against the Palestinian territory, says a spokesperson for the UN Children’s Agency (UNICEF).
Young people living in the Central African Republic, Chad, Nigeria, Guinea, and Guinea-Bissau are the most at risk of the impacts of climate change, threatening their health, education, and protection, and exposing them to deadly diseases, according to a UNICEF report launched today.
The United Nations Children's Protection Organization (UNICEF) said at the Security Council meeting of this organization that as a result of the brutal attacks of the Zionist regime on Gaza, more than 420 children are martyred or injured in Gaza every day.
Acting Public Health Minister Qalandar Ebad, in a meeting with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) representative for Afghanistan, called for increased cooperation from the global organization to expand health services in Afghanistan.
Afghanistan is one of the most weapons-contaminated countries in the world with all kinds of weapons, mines and unexploded ordnances, and children make up 85% of the victims of explosions in this country. The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has announced.
“World Breastfeeding Week” marked by the Ministry of Public Health in Kabul where officials said that breastfeeding a baby in the first six months of its life can reduce the infant’s risk of death and malnutrition.
The United Nations Children's Fund "UNICEF" in Afghanistan has said that one out of every five children in the country is working. The authorities of the Islamic Emirate, however, questioning the number of working children in Afghanistan, have said that they have set monthly pensions for the children who are forced to work.