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UN trains media on reporting gender-based violence

Kampala. The United Nations population agency, UNFPA, and the World Health Organisation (WHO) have trained journalists from different media across the country on how to report gender-based violence (GBV). We consider journalists as champions in ... Uganda Daily Monitor, 1 month ago

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Alcohol use killed more than 3M people globally in 2012

World Health Organisation has revealed that more than 3 million people have died globally due to alcohol use in 2012.According to the report, the reasons of death ranged from cancer to violence and the agency has called on governments to do more to ...
 Business Standard2 months ago ‘Alcohol killed 3.3 million in 2012’  Asian Age2 months ago
The Week UK

Prostitution: the pros and cons of decriminalisation

Amnesty and the World Health Organisation say prostitution should be legal, but opposition remains strong Prostitution should be decriminalised in order to protect the lives of sex workers and stop the spread of HIV/Aids, a study in the Lancet ...
 The Week UK1 week ago
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Stalled measles campaign shows health challenge in rebel-held Syria

9:00am BST * Basic healthcare provision collapsed in opposition areas * Measles vaccines piled up at the Turkish border * Outbreak affects older children as immune systems weakened By Dasha Afanasieva ISTANBUL, June 19 (Reuters) - A measles ...
 Reuters UK1 month ago
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Myanmar Muslims in Rakhine suffer worsening health crisis

World Bulletin / News Desk Visitors to the medical facility in one of Myanmar's poorest and most remote regions are greeted by a padlocked gate and a sign reading: "Clinic closed until further notice." A vehicle that used to ferry around ...
 World Bulletin5 days ago

Christian Aid calls for immediate Gaza ceasefire

- Christian Aid is appalled at the spiralling levels of violence in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territory and calls for an immediate ceasefire to protect innocent civilians from paying the ultimate price for political failure. Christian Aid ...
 Christian Aid2 weeks ago Children's suffering as a result of the vicious cycle of violence must end in Gaza and Israel, says World Vision  World Vision International2 weeks ago Christian World Service calls for end to Violence in Gaza  Scoop2 weeks ago

The Sunday Papers No7 all the week's public policy stories07:07:14

A trawl of the Sunday Papers for policy stories on health, Europe, the Internet, childbirth, World poverty, tax, energy, election fever and other public policymatters. As we predicted in last week's Sunday Papers the number of organisations ...
 TheInformationDaily.com3 weeks ago

We are lions ... We Serve

Lions Clubs International (LCI) is a service organisation that has for almost a century served humanity around the world including Tanzania. Lion Wilson Ndesanjo is the immediate past governor of District 411B that comprises Tanzania and Uganda, he ...
 Daily News TSN1 week ago We Are Lions ... 'We Serve'  Individual.com1 week ago

World of fear isn't just global problem, it's in our homes, too

Justin Frewen Photo/File It is only in the past few decades that the world has focused on the horrific levels of violence perpetrated against women in times of war. Although they have frequently been the victims of sexual violence and assault, ...
 New Zealand Herald1 month ago
The Star (Kenya)

Malnutrition and sexual violence against Kenyan Children still worrying

As the world marks the International Day of the African Child today, it offers a great opportunity for Kenya to reflect on the state of its children. While the country has no doubt made tremendous gains in some areas, it still has a long way to go ...
 The Star (Kenya)1 month ago
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