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Day One #PMNCH, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Publié 30 juin 2014 Avatar Brighton_EduConnect_Zambia

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Despite improvements, 289,000 women still die every year from complications at birth and 6.6 million children do not live to see their fifth birthday, including nearly 3 million newborns. At least 200 million women and girls are unable to access family planning services that would allow them to control when they have children.Recent data published in The Lancet Every Newborn Series indicate that 15,000 babies are born and die every day without ever receiving a birth or death certif...


Youth Reporter Neema interviews the Chair of GAIN

Publié 30 juin 2014 no picture Children's Radio Foundation

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Neema Charles interviews Jay Naidoo


Neema Charles interviewing Jay Naidoo at the PMNCH Partners' Forum

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Mbalenhle Chiya interviewing Flavia Bustreo (WHO) at the PMNCH Partners' Forum

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PMNCH Partners' Forum Youth Zone, Welcome Address & Press Conference

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"If you like something there is a seed and there are no seeds without fruit. So if you like something, investigate it and let it grow" - Zizipho Ndevu (CRF youth journalist) sharing her thoughts from this morning's sessions. This morning we've had the opportunity to engage with some of the key forum speakers and sit in the presence of Graca Machel (PMNCH Chair), Cyril Ramaphosa (SA Deputy President), Margret Chan (Director- General WHO) and Amina Mohammed (UN Special Advisor on...


A common thread: reaching every woman and every newborn

Publié 29 juin 2014 no picture Children's Radio Foundation

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The CRF young reporters attended the "A common thread: reaching every woman and every newborn" reception and had the opportunity to interview Yvonne Chaka Chaka and Dr. Pakishe Aaron Motsoaledi


Alexander Clinic Visit

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CRF youth visit the Alexander Clinic and interview general public and Sister Ellen on issues pertaining to maternal and child health care within the community of Alexander.


CRF covering the PMNCH 2014 Partners' Forum

Publié 29 juin 2014 no picture Children's Radio Foundation

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Today kicked off the first day of the Children's Radio Foundation's preparation for the upcoming PMNCH / 2014 Partners Forum which we'll be covering! We had the opportunity to unpack the layered issue of maternal, newborn and child health with expert advise from Dr Andres de Francisco (Deputy Executive Director of the PMNCH and Coordinator of Technical Work), Marriette (UNICEF) and Marta (WHO). We also has the opportunity to exchange experiences, ideas and thoughts with senior yout...


Children in the 21st Century.

Publié 26 juin 2014 no picture OMAR ALI

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We call it civilization or industrial revolution. The world is getting more and more complex each day and the same is moving at an alarming speed. The speed that tends to even overwhelm us, the people bringing up the changes. But still, we call it development. It is a good thing, I can't object. The world has to grow and lives have to improve. One thing we tend to forget is that the world is not developing at a uniform speed everywhere. In some places, mostly Africa and Asia, are a...


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