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UNICEF and partners begin immunisation campaign for children displaced by the Lebanon conflict (Popularity: )
A campaign to immunise tens of thousands of children displaced by the conflict in Lebanon is underway amid fears that the mass population displacement provoked by the 24-day old crisis could trigger an outbreak of measles, polio or other diseases. The Ministry of Health – supported by UNICEF, the World Health Organisation and a variety of NGO partners – aims to ensure that children living in schools and other public ...

China Immunises Millions of Children Against Hepatitis B in Historic Collaboration Between Government and GAVI Alliance (Popularity: )
Since 2002, China has immunised 11.1 million children in the country's poorest and most remote western and central provinces against hepatitis B, reducing their risk of developing a deadly and common liver cancer, according to an announcement made today by the Chinese government and the GAVI Alliance. Following a ceremony in Beijing, held to commend the Chinese for their dramatic progress, GAVI and Chinese health officials told journalists that the ...

GSA/HUD Break Ground for New Childcare Center (Popularity: )
The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), in partnership with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) broke ground today for a new childcare center at Robert C. Weaver HUD Headquarters Building at 451 7th Street, S.W., Washington, D.C. The state-of-the-art center will provide a safe and convenient environment for the children of HUD employees and surrounding federal agencies. Located under the existing arcade at the SW corner of ...

Schools Find That Streamlining Communications with Parents Improves Attendance, Safety, and Security (Popularity: )
Cisco Systems® highlighted a new product today that enables schools to communicate important information to parents more quickly and efficiently. A school district in Utah, one in Washington, and another in Illinois are using an advanced automatic communication technology called the SchoolMessenger for Cisco® Unified Communications solution. SchoolMessenger, the leading U.S. parental notification company, has integrated its system with the Cisco telephony solution, which is based on Internet Protocol (IP). ...

Government Commissioned Report On Abuse Linked To Witchcraft Published Today (Popularity: )
Children and Families Minister Beverley Hughes today announced that action has been stepped up to tackle child abuse linked to ‘possession’ and ‘witchcraft’. A comprehensive cross-agency strategy has already been put in place to speed-up the identification of cases by local agencies and deal with the perpetrators, as well as to help prevent cases happening in the first place. Prevention depends on Local Authorities having strong links with new communities. ...

Medrock Training, Leading First Aid Training Company in the UK, Gives to the Community (Popularity: )
Medrock Training Ltd., a top provider of First Aid training courses, is well known for its long history of offering quality First Aid At Work Approved courses to businesses and other small groups throughout the UK and beyond. Customers as diverse as Blankley Golf Course, Laceby Residential Homes, and Lemington Primary School at Notts are familiar with the high level of professionalism exhibited by Medrock Training’s dedicated staff. Many may ...

Cleveland Clinic Gives Cleveland Schools $2.6 Million as Part of Clinic's Ongoing Commitment to Education (Popularity: )
As part of its long-term commitment to education, Cleveland Clinic is giving Cleveland Municipal School District $2.6 million to strengthen math and science curriculums for students in sixth through tenth grades. The funds are part of a five-year, $10-million commitment in cash and services Cleveland Clinic made in 2005 to support and enhance educational opportunities for Cleveland area children. The $2.6 million is a testament to Cleveland Clinic's commitment to ...