Items filtered by date: June 2016

19 juin 2016 – La responsable à l'organisation Internationale du Travail (OIT), Christine Hoffmann, a affirmé que l'organisation coopérait avec l'Égypte pour lutter contre le travail des enfants, via la solution des causes de ce phénomène dont notamment la baisse des revenus.

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8 juin 2016 - Le ministère de la Promotion de la Femme, de la Famille et de la Protection de l'Enfant a organisé du 14 au 15 juin 2016 au Vitib de Grand-Bassam, un atelier de compréhension de la Convention de La Haye de 1993 sur la protection de l'enfant et de la coopération en matière d'adoption internationale et de détermination des modalités d'application.

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20 June 2016 - First Lady Zineb Yahya Jammeh on Thursday launched the African Union campaign called End Child Marriage, in The Gambia.

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20 June 2016 – UNICEF Botswana will next week launch a social movement called 50 minutes for Children, which will be geared at propelling and challenging individuals to dedicate at least 50 minutes of their time doing something for children. The movement, whose intentions are to engage everybody to support, care and build children, was introduced to various stakeholders by UNICEF on Wednesday in Gaborone. According to UNICEF Botswana's Head of Advocacy and Communication Tuduetso Kelapile, the movement's main aim is to inculcate the spirit of caring for and giving to children among Batswana. The idea, she says, is to eventually get everybody involved one way or the other.

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18 June 2016 – A social institutions known as Happy Children Tanzania (HCT) yesterday organised a festival at Mwembeyanga grounds, Temeke District in Dar es Salaam Region to encourage communities to fight violence against children in the country.

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17 June 2016 – A top official with the U.N. Children's Fund says there could be 5,000 child soldiers in Somalia as al-Shabab continues its recruiting campaigns.

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16 June 2016 - In Tanzania, most students with albinism attend school alongside peers who don’t live with this condition. The idea behind this approach is that such inclusion will ultimately eliminate discrimination against those with albinism – important in a country where as many as one in 1,400 people are affected. Albinism, which is a defect of melanin production, comes with a number of associated health problems: poor vision, functional blindness, light sensitivity and skin that is very sensitive to heat and the sun.

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14 June 2016 - First the good news: child marriage in Ethiopia is declining.

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3rd June 2016 - Civil society and young people are paving the way for change across Southern Africa.

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3 June 2016 - South Africa’s first nationwide study on sex abuse has found that one in three young people will experience some form of sexual abuse before the age of 17, with boys at a higher risk than girls.

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