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Far from home, but closer to school in Pakistan
17 April 2013 (IRIN ), Ten-year-old Aliya and eight-year-old Asma arrived at Jalozai refugee camp two weeks ago, after escaping a recent surge in hostilities between government forces and militants near the border with Afghanistan.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/97863/Far-from-home-but-closer-to-school-in-Pakistan
Uneven progress on child stunting in East and Central Africa
16 April 2013 (IRIN ), Improvements in nutrition and stronger government policies have led to a decline in childhood stunting, according to a new report on child nutrition. However, the condition continues to affect some 165 million children under the age of five globally.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/97853/Uneven-progress-on-child-stunting-in-East-and-Central-Africa
UN makes “aggressive” push to reduce child mortality
15 April 2013 (IRIN ), The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the World Health Organization (WHO) have launched their Global Action Plan for Pneumonia and Diarrhoea, which aims to end preventable child deaths from these conditions by 2025. The launch was supported by the publication of a series of articles in the medical journal The Lancet showing that the tools to accomplish this goal already exist, and that the targets should be achievable at a reasonable cost.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/97849/UN-makes-aggressive-push-to-reduce-child-mortality
Hunger at crisis levels in northern Mali
12 April 2013 (IRIN ), Hunger in Mali has reached crisis levels in the northern Kidal Region and has reached critical levels in Gao and Timbuktu regions, according to food security agencies and the government’s early warning body.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/97834/Hunger-at-crisis-levels-in-northern-Mali
Wild foods could improve nutrition and food security
10 April 2013 (IRIN ), Malnutrition could be greatly reduced and food security improved by ensuring improved access to nutrient-rich forest-derived foods like berries, bushmeat, roots, insects and nuts for the world’s poorest populations, experts say.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/97820/Wild-foods-could-improve-nutrition-and-food-security
Subsidies and GM crops back on food policy menu
9 April 2013 (IRIN ), Food has become expensive and seems set to stay that way, so growing more of it has become both a necessity and an attractive investment. But the trend has also put contentious issues like agricultural subsidies and genetically modified (GM) crops on the menu once again.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/97809/Subsidies-and-GM-crops-back-on-food-policy-menu
Child protection a low priority in Indonesia
8 April 2013 (IRIN ), Efforts to protect children in Indonesia from abuse are obstructed by barriers to crime reporting, which may worsen with the threatened closure of police-run units that handle crimes against women and children.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/97800/Child-protection-a-low-priority-in-Indonesia
Analysis: Roots of polio vaccine suspicion
4 April 2013 (IRIN ), For years, polio vaccination has faced strong resistance within conservative Islamic communities in northern Nigeria, largely due to a deep distrust of the West, persistent rumours that the vaccine is harmful, and the house-to-house approach taken by immunization campaigners, which many saw as intrusive.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/97781/Analysis-Roots-of-polio-vaccine-suspicion
Boost for healthcare in DRC
31 March 2013 (IRIN ), The British government has announced a major new programme aimed at providing essential healthcare to six million people in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The five-year, US$270.7 million project will focus on rebuilding health facilities, training health workers, and supplying drugs and equipment.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/97761/Boost-for-healthcare-in-DRC
Battling militants’ ban on polio vaccines in Pakistan’s North Waziristan
28 March 2013 (IRIN ), Parents and officials are going to great lengths to immunize children after militants imposed a ban on polio vaccinations in Pakistan’s restive North Waziristan Agency. Government officials are withholding money and identity documents from groups affiliated with the ban, and parents are travelling long distances to get their children vaccinated, in some cases smuggling the vaccine back home.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/97743/Battling-militants-ban-on-polio-vaccines-in-Pakistan-s-North-Waziristan

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