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  • How my child recovered from severe acute malnutrition
    How my child recovered from severe acute malnutrition

    How my child recovered from severe acute malnutrition

    Funded by Kid Power and the Government of Ireland, through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Irish Aid), the mobile health brigades are one of the programmes that the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is supporting the Government of Mozambique to reach the most vulnerable communities affected by the drought emergency. Up to June 2017, 369,042 children were screened for acute malnutrition and 23,631 severely acute malnourished (SAM) children were treated by UNICEF supported Ministry of Health trained mobile brigades and Management of acute Malnutrition Program.

    07 August 2017 Nutrition

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  • Babies and mothers worldwide failed by lack of investment in breastfeeding
    Babies and mothers worldwide failed by lack of investment in breastfeeding

    Babies and mothers worldwide failed by lack of investment in breastfeeding

    New analysis shows an investment of US$4.70 per newborn could generate US$300 billion in economic gains by 2025.

    01 August 2017 Nutrition

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  • Investments in poor children save more lives per dollar spent, new UNICEF study says
    Investments in poor children save more lives per dollar spent, new UNICEF study says

    Investments in poor children save more lives per dollar spent, new UNICEF study says

    Unless the world makes faster progress on reducing child mortality, by 2030 almost 70 million children will die before reaching their fifth birthday.

    01 July 2017 Health

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  • Blog: Better learning through better teaching
    Blog: Better learning through better teaching

    Blog: Better learning through better teaching

    Por Janet Lennox, Especialista de Educação.

    21 June 2017 Education

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