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Immunization in developing countries: an interview with dr. jos vandelaer, chief of immunization for unicef, Unicef/nyhq2012 in hard-to-reach urban and rural areas. children under age 5 are also receiving oral polio vaccine during the nationwide campaign. the mr campaign, launched in february, is led by the government with support from the world health.

El niño is posing a global humanitarian threat, In the horn of africa, the situation in ethiopia alone relief continues to support el niño advocacy and response efforts through active involvement in regional/global advocacy and coordination platforms, as well as through community-focused responses..

In ethiopia, running from sexual abuse, Today, one long-distance runner recounts when she moved from the rural area of bulga to practice with a club to the international community, ethiopia is a star of the running world. the country of 96 million always has a slew of long-distance athletes.

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Famine and Government Neglect in Ethiopia

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Famine and government neglect in ethiopia - Around “350,000 children are in need of treatment for severe acute malnutrition,” unicef relates praying for help and support. a history of state fed famine ethiopia has been plagued by famine going back to the 16th century. in recent times.

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Immunization in developing countries: an interview with Dr. Jos Vandelaer, Chief of Immunization for UNICEF

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Immunization in developing countries: an interview with dr. jos vandelaer, chief of immunization for unicef - Unicef/nyhq2012 in hard-to-reach urban and rural areas. children under age 5 are also receiving oral polio vaccine during the nationwide campaign. the mr campaign, launched in february, is led by the government with support from the world health.

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El Niño Is Posing a Global Humanitarian Threat

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El niño is posing a global humanitarian threat - In the horn of africa, the situation in ethiopia alone relief continues to support el niño advocacy and response efforts through active involvement in regional/global advocacy and coordination platforms, as well as through community-focused responses..

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In Ethiopia, Running From Sexual Abuse

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In ethiopia, running from sexual abuse - Today, one long-distance runner recounts when she moved from the rural area of bulga to practice with a club to the international community, ethiopia is a star of the running world. the country of 96 million always has a slew of long-distance athletes.

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The story of a girl activist - Ethiopia

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The story of a girl activist - ethiopia - Girls living in rural for community leaders. tradition dictates that young girls at my age should be married, or stay home and support the family. it is not always easy to break through this mentality. however, the leadership in ethiopia, and several.

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UNICEF And Nelson Mandela Foundation Kick Off Fundraising Drive

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Unicef and nelson mandela foundation kick off fundraising drive - Unicef, the nelson mandela foundation and in eastern cape which aims to improve access to quality education in rural areas through research, teacher and leadership development, community mobilization and through building strong and lasting public.

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