اليونيسف ومنظمة الصحة العالمية تدعوان أطراف النزاع في سوريا لوقف استهداف منافذ الوصول إلى المياه المأمونة

Read in English دمشق، سوريا، 2 تموز/ يوليو 2014— تضاعف الأعطال الأخيرة والمتزايدة في سبل الوصول لمياه الشرب في سوريا من صعوبة الظروف المتعلقة بالمياه والصرف الصحي والأوضاع الصحية لمئات الآلاف من النازحين والفئات المعرضة للخطر في سوريا. وقد نجم عن هذا خطرٌ تفشي الأمراض المنقولة  بالمياه والأمراض المنقولة بالطعام مثل التيفويد والتهاب الكبد الفيروسي […]

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UNICEF and WHO call on parties to the conflict to stop targeting access to safe water

اقرأ بالعربية DAMASCUS, Syria, 2 July 2014 – Recent and increasing interruptions of access to safe drinking water in Syria are compounding the dire water, sanitation and health conditions for hundreds of thousands of internally displaced and vulnerable people inside Syria. This has resulted in a high risk of outbreaks of water- and food-borne diseases, […]

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تطالب اليونيسف بالعودة الفورية الآمنة للأطفال المختطفين في سوريا

تصريح صحفي صادر عن ماريا كاليفيس المديرة الاقليمية لليونيسف في الشرق الأوسط وشمال افريقيا عمّان 1 تموز/ يوليو 2014– ” تتابع اليونيسف بقلق شديد وضع 140 طفلاً كردياً من طلاب المدارس تتراوح اعمارهم بين 14 و16 عاماً والذين اختطفوا حسب التقارير الواردة على يد دولة الاسلام في العراق والشام (داعش). ” هذا وباستثناء فرار اربعة […]

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One month on, UNICEF calls for immediate and safe return of abducted school boys in Syria

AMMAN, 1 July 2014 – “UNICEF is following with grave concern the situation of some 140 Kurdish schoolboys between 14 and 16 years old who were reportedly kidnapped in northern Syria last month by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). “All of them, with the exception of four who escaped, are still in captivity. […]

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Statement on killing of school girls in Rural Homs

Statement on killing of school girls in Rural Homs; attributable to Youssouf Abdel-Jelil, UNICEF Syria Representative  Damascus, 1 July 2014 – UNICEF is appalled at the senseless deaths of four young girls who were killed by a mortar explosion as they left their school in Homs governorate earlier this week (29 June). The four deceased […]

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اليونيسف تعبر عن استيائها الشديد من مقتل اربعة فتيات نتيجة انفجار قذيفة هاون في الرستن، سوريا

تصريح صحفي صادر عن يوسف عبد الجليل ممثل اليونيسف في سوريا دمشق 1 تموز/ يوليو 2014- تعبر اليونيسف عن استيائها الشديد من مقتل اربعة فتيات نتيجة انفجار قذيفة هاون بينما كنّ يغادرن مدرستهن في محافظة حُمص يوم 29 حزيران. هذا وكانت الفتيات اللواتي تراوحت اعمارهن بين 13 و14 عاماً يحضرن فعاليات في نادي مدرسي تدعمه […]

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Challenges preventing Syrian refugee children from receiving an education tackled at Amman Conference

الخبر بالعربية Amman, 25 June 2014 – Innovative ways of meeting the rising educational needs of Syrian refugee children were at the centre of a three day Conference in Amman last week, organized by the Centre for Lebanese Studies (CLS), UNICEF, UNHCR and UNESCO. The Conference brought together education specialists and government officials from Syria, […]

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Syrian children graduate at Za’atari refugee camp schools

ZA’ATARI, Jordan, 23 June 2014 – The end of the school term brought smiles to more than 10,000 Syrian children in Za’atari refugee camp as they were awarded certificates for successfully completing the year. At a graduation day ceremony in School 3, certificates were handed out by the Director of Education from North West Badia  […]

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No child too far – Jordan immunizes thousands of ‘hard to reach’ and vulnerable children against polio

AMMAN, Jordan, 12 June 2014 – “Ta’alou! Ta a’lou! Abu Mohammed, Abu Abdel, bring your children! The polio vaccination team is here,” Fahed, a vaccination supervisor in Ajloun governorate, north western Jordan, shouts through his megaphone. Jordan’s 4-day sub national polio vaccination campaign concluded yesterday. Beginning from 8th June, hundreds of vaccination teams from the […]

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Lowest rainfall in over 50 years is latest threat to children in Syria and region

NEWS NOTE الخبر باللغة العربية Download PDF report in English Challenges compounded by funds running out for water, sanitation and hygiene programmes says UNICEF. AMMAN/GENEVA, 6 June 2014 – Parts of Syria are suffering their lowest levels of rainfall in more than half a century, placing more than 4 million children in the war-torn country […]

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Japan provides US$4.3 million to assist the most vulnerable children and families affected by the Syria crisis in Lebanon

Beirut, 14 May 2014 – The Government of Japan has contributed US$4.3 million to UNICEF’s emergency response in providing safe water, adequate sanitation, health and child protection services to the most vulnerable Syrian children and families in Lebanon and Lebanese host communities. “With up to 13,000 new Syrian refugees arriving in Lebanon, half of which […]

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UNICEF Syria statement on killing of children in Hama & Aleppo

STATEMENT الخير باللغة العربية Damascus, 4 May 2014 – UNICEF calls on all parties to the Syrian conflict to stop the continuous spiral of deadly violence, which is taking an unacceptable toll on civilians, particularly children. In the latest attacks, 18 people were reportedly killed including 11 children, in two separate car bombings on Friday, […]

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UNICEF condemns latest attacks on children in Syria

الخبر باللغة العربية Amman, 30 April 2014 – UNICEF is outraged by the latest wave of indiscriminate attacks perpetrated against schools and other civilian targets across Syria which left dozens of children killed and injured. Tuesday 29 April witnessed at least three attacks, beginning in the Damascus suburb of Al-Shaghour, where mortar shells killed and […]

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Joint statement by heads of UN humanitarian agencies on Syria

الخبر باللغة العربية NEW YORK, GENEVA, ROME, 23 April, 2014. One year ago, as leaders of UN agencies struggling to deal with the growing human impact of the Syrian crisis, we issued an urgent appeal on behalf of millions of people whose lives and futures hang in the balance: Enough, we said, enough! That appeal […]

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HRH Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal Visits Za’tari Refugee Camp and UNICEF supported programmes

الخبر باللغة العربية Amman, 22 April 2014 – His Royal Highness Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal has visited UNICEF supported Education, Health and Psychological programmes for Syrian refugees in Za’atari camp in Jordan. His visit on Tuesday included a meeting with Syrian families, children and adolescents impacted by the ongoing conflict. UNICEF estimates that there are […]

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