All posts tagged with: UNICEF

I AM PEACE (campaign 2013)

Publié 9 novembre 2013 Avatar Salman

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I launched “I AM PEACE” campaign from 4th to 7th November. This campaign was aimed to achieve some of the important goals that are necessary for a peaceful world. GOALS: 1-) To make people share their personal opinions, views and ideas about peace with community and the world. 2-)To make people confident that they can make the world peaceful. 3-)To make people engage in establishing the peace on earth. This campaign demanded everyone to answer three simple but important questions: How do you...


Peace Under the Sky (Zero Conflict)

Publié 12 novembre 2013 Avatar Salman

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On March 2013, I officially launched my program ‘Zero Conflict’. It is a platform and type of organization. This program was aimed to make this world peaceful, united and prosperous. To bring peace, love and unity among people regardless of color, skin, and region they belong to, or what GOD they preach. It is our world. We must know and realize that it is ours. We are first human beings and then everything else. Unless we think this world is ours and ourselves as human being...


Let's put education at the center of business investment

Publié 12 novembre 2013 no picture UNICEF Education

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Investing in education is essential to developing a skilled workforce for the future and improving economic growth. As of 2011, more than 57 million primary aged children are still out of school and 130 million children have failed to learn the basics even after four years in school. A new Framework for Business Engagement in Education, launched at the UN Global Compact Leaders’ Summit last month makes the case for putting education at the centre of business investment. It provid...


Let Us End Polio

Publié 16 novembre 2013 Avatar Salman

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Zero Conflict made people know about polio and its far more dangerous affects. We can eradicate polio if we fight against it together. We must save our children and our land.


A campaign tackling early marriage in The Gambia

Publié 17 novembre 2013 no picture adama lee

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Hi everyone my name is Adama Lee and am 18 yrs of age. Based on the UNICEF MICS report conducted by the Department of Social Welfare and UNICEF, it was clearly indicated that 36.6% of girls going to school in rural Gambia are forced to get married. To put a stop to this, I am collaborating with UNICEF, the Department of Social Welfare and GAMCOTRAP to conduct a sensitization campaign in communities in rural Gambia. Here, we will be meeting grandfathers and fathers, grandmothers, mo...


Why is it important for children & youth to have a voice in business

Publié 17 novembre 2013 no picture khalid kajjaj

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The world population today is about 7.1 billion people, nearly 40 % of this population are under the age of 24,so mathematically about 3 billion of the world’s population are youth and children : isn’t that a sufficient number to give youth a voice in business ? Shouldn’t they be a part of this vital sector ?.… In my article I’ll try to explain the reasons why -I think- youth should have a voice in business, and why youth and children’s needs and rights should be the ma...


A young man should have a right to their own opinion with regard to business. Why? The question that we must ask is: Why not? It is true that a young man has no deep knowledge about management or economics, but this kind of knowledge that he lacks at this stage of his life, is filled with creativity and the ability to solve a problem in a way that probably no one would imagine. This kind of initiatives become beneficial for both parties, since it creates a "small" challen...


What UNAIDS Regional Director For Eastern and Southern Africa has to say about...

Publié 18 novembre 2013 Avatar JulieVOY

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This opinion editorial is written by UNAIDS Regional Director for Eastern and South Africa, Professor Sheila Tlou. In this article, Professor Tlou tells young people the time to act is NOW to reduce HIV among young people in Eastern and South Africa. Check out the article, right here: On 6-7 December 2013, education and health ministers from 21 countries in Eastern and Southern Africa will gather in Cape Town, South Africa, to agree on a political commitment based on UN an...


Medicine and MSF

Publié 19 novembre 2013 no picture Kriyana Reddy

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There are nearly 7.2 billion people on our planet. Isn't that shocking? As it is, I think most of us Generation Y's are feeling that we are running out of space. For what? I'm not exactly sure. In fact, space is no longer the issue. Rather, it is affordable, efficient and available health care. The international program, Doctors Without Borders, also known by its French name Médecins Sans Frontieres (pardon the lack of accent grave for any French readers), caught my eye in this re...


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