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Public water system on verge of collapse, UNICEF warns
Governments commit to accelerate action to improve access to eye care services
Over 71 per cent of people losing access to water in Lebanon
Record numbers forced to flee ongoing violence in Burkina Faso
Africa ‘third wave’ not yet over, while vaccine inequity threatens all
Learners in South Africa up to one school year behind where they should be
Inequalities persist in HIV prevention, child treatment services
President of Human Rights Council appoints Members of Commission of Inquiry on Occupied Palestinian Territory
Vaccine inequity undermining global economic recovery
New report reveals stark inequalities in access to HIV prevention and treatment services for children-partners call for urgent
World’s poorest children missing out on pre-primary education
World Bank Group’s $157 billion Pandemic Surge is largest Crisis Response in its History
Youth 20 is starting on Monday 19
Myanmar crisis risks damaging entire generation of children, UN Child Rights Committee warns
COVID-19 pandemic leads to major backsliding on childhood vaccinations, new WHO, UNICEF data shows
Decline in routine childhood vaccinations, another pandemic fallout
COVID-19 pandemic leads to major backsliding on childhood vaccinations, new WHO
Nearly 40 per cent of young people on move identify education and training as top priorities
Message from Director SRH/HRP 15 July
‘Tear down inequalities’ to end COVID pandemic: UNAIDS
UNAIDS report shows that people living with HIV face double jeopardy, HIV and COVID-19, while key populations and children continue
Australian support for vaccination efforts in Vietnam
UNICEF chief Henrietta Fore resigns ‘with heavy heart’
Countries urged to reopen classrooms, assess pandemic-related learning loss
1 in 3 countries are not taking action to help students catch up on their learning post-COVID-19 school closures
UN report: Pandemic year marked by spike in world hunger
Reopening schools cannot wait: statement by UNICEF and UNESCO
From recovery to accelerating SDG 4 progress: 2021 Global Education Meeting – Ministerial Segment
KPMG takes bold step towards inclusivity with 26 weeks equal paid parental leave
A third of Haiti’s children in urgent need of emergency aid: UNICEF
Haiti: Violence and pandemic leave one in three children in need of humanitarian assistance
1.4 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine arrive in Afghanistan through COVAX global dose-sharing mechanism
UNAIDS is shocked and saddened by assassination of Jovenel Moïse, President of Haiti
Populist anti-foreign aid rhetoric has an impact on public – but only among fans of populist politicians, study shows
UNICEF signs first COVID-19 vaccine agreement to supply African Union
Central African Republic: 1 in 8 people face alarming food crisis as lean season approaches: UNICEF & WFP
UNICEF calls for action to reverse ‘spiraling protection crisis’ for children in West and Central Africa
Women in many countries face discrimination in registering children at birth warn UNHCR and UNICEF
Central African Republic: 1 in 8 people faces alarming food crisis as lean season approaches: UNICEF & WFP
Women in many countries face discrimination in registering births
UK responds to UNICEF Uganda’s Oxygen appeal with life-saving support benefiting over 1.8m people
UNAIDS strongly condemns violence against LGBTI activists in Tbilisi, Georgia
Australian FM statement on Indonesia
Education Plus launched in response to alarming rates of HIV among adolescent girls and young women in Africa
UNAIDS calls on Hungary to immediately remove amendments discriminatory to LGBTI people from newly adopted law
UNICEF warns of ‘desperation and hopelessness’ for children 10 years after independence
UNAIDS Board closes after discussing way forward for new 2022-2026 UNAIDS budget, results and accountability framework
Pacific and Timor-Leste to receive up to 15 million vaccine doses from Australia