The endeavour aims at engaging with the community on sustainable water management, equity in water distribution, water conservation and women as principal stakeholders in water governance.
Empty rows of desks and chairs along with unused backpacks were set up to draw attention to the plight of millions of young children who missed going to school for over a year due Covid-19.
An IAS aspirant, Anodha wishes to help all girl children in her village to overcome their struggles.
Yemen faces the combined troubles of protracted conflict, economic devastation, and crumbling social and health services, as well as underfunded U.N. assistance programs.
"The #OnYourMind campaign at the men's T20 World Cup will urge for greater commitment, connection and conversation around mental health and physical wellbeing," an ICC media release stated.
The New Indian Express spoke to psychologists about the repercussions of the Covid pandemic on children and how parents can identify if their child is having mental health problems.
As the pandemic continues to disrupt essential services and drives more families into poverty, the report found that COVID-19 is also affecting how families feed their children.
The Gram Panchayats will now be tagged to urban facilities like faecal sludge treatment plants (FSTPs) and material recovery facilities for effective faecal sludge and plastic waste management.
In front of the desks, a blackboard-like display will count the number of in-person class hours lost during the pandemic: over 1.8 trillion and growing, according to UNICEF.
Under an agreement, UNICEF India will procure re-use prevention (RUP) syringes from manufacturers across the world through a global tendering process.
Some 400 square kilometres (154 square miles) of agricultural land faces drought, the groups said, adding that two dams in northern Syria, supplying power to 3 million people, face imminent closure.
Children in India, three other Asian nations at extremely high risk of climate crisis impact: UNICEF
The Children's Climate Risk Index has placed India as one of the 33 extremely high-risk countries with flooding and air pollution being the repeated environmental shocks.
Named as 'Upjaas', meaning mother nature, the platform will be tripartite representing tribal leaders, media and Unicef.
Saturday's earthquake also left at least 5,700 people injured in the Caribbean nation, with thousands more displaced from their destroyed or damaged homes.
Proceeds will support UNICEF's efforts to ensure millions of crisis-affected and vulnerable children and families in India have access to life-saving assistance, services and the Covid vaccine.