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Qatar Charity implements project to improve hygiene, health in Pakistan

Qatar Charity implements project to improve hygiene, health in Pakistan

Qatar Charity (QC), in partnership with UNICEF, is implementing a 22-month project in Pakistan under the name ‘improved health, nutrition and well-being of poor and vulnerable people’ in the Jhang district of Punjab

UN sounds alarm on South Asia child deaths due to Covid

UN sounds alarm on South Asia child deaths due to Covid

The coronavirus pandemic may have indirectly contributed to around 228,000 additional child deaths in 2020, 11,000 maternal fatalities and 3.5 million unwanted pregnancies in South Asia, the UN said in a report Wednesday.

Mahaseel markets 10mn kg of local veggies since January

Mahaseel markets 10mn kg of local veggies since January

Mahaseel for Marketing and Agricultural Services Company (a subsidiary of Hassad) yesterday announced that it has successfully marketed 10mn kg of locally produced vegetables in the Qatari market since January.

Qatar seeks to ensure marginalised children benefit from quality education: Minister

Qatar seeks to ensure marginalised children benefit from quality education: Minister

HE Dr Mohammed Bin Abdelwahid Al Hamadi, the Minister of Education and Higher Education, lauded the agreement signed by the Education Above All Foundation, Qatar Fund For Development (QFFD) and the Ministry of Education in the Republic of Kenya

Qatar Charity, Unicef in Covid-19 prevention campaign in Pakistan

Qatar Charity, Unicef in Covid-19 prevention campaign in Pakistan

Qatar Charity (QC), in partnership with Unicef, is implementing 'WASH in Emergency Project' in communities and schools affected by the Covid-19 pandemic in parts of Pakistan.

Five times more children than fighters being killed in conflicts: new report

Five times more children than fighters being killed in conflicts: new report

On the occasion of UN World Children’s Day, at a special joint symposium hosted by Unicef and the World Health Innovation Summit for Health (WISH), Save the Children launched a new report revealing shocking new data on children living on the frontlines of conflict.

WISH marks World Children’s Day

WISH marks World Children’s Day

United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef) executive director Henrietta Fore, joined a host of dignitaries at a special symposium jointly organised with Qatar Foundation's World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) on Friday to celebrate World Children’s Day.

Doha to turn ‘Blue’ for WISH and Unicef event, marking World Children’s Day

Doha to turn ‘Blue’ for WISH and Unicef event, marking World Children’s Day

The World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) will host a special virtual event in partnership with Unicef and stakeholders from Qatar and across the world to mark World Children’s Day today (November 20).

UNICEF, WHO warn of vaccines shortage for children in Libya

UNICEF, WHO warn of vaccines shortage for children in Libya

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the World Health Organization (WHO) have warned of the acute shortage of vaccines for children in Libya, pointing out that many vaccination ...

UNICEF Calls for Protection of Civilians in Nagorno-Karabakh

UNICEF Calls for Protection of Civilians in Nagorno-Karabakh

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) urged the parties to the conflict in the Nagorno-Karabakh region to protect civilians and civilian infrastructure in line with international law and humanitarian law.

Pandemic threatens lives of millions of children: UN

Pandemic threatens lives of millions of children: UN

A report issued by the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef), UN World Health Organisation(WHO) and other UN bodies revealed that the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic threatens the progress that has been made over the past 30 years in the field of health services, which has become a major role...

Unicef and Qatar Charity announce new partnership

Unicef and Qatar Charity announce new partnership

As the Covid-19 crisis continues to unfold, children in refugee settlements are at a particularly higher risk of exploitation or abuse.