UNICEF Executive Director stressed that this challenge requires not forced Intellectual Property waivers but proactive partnership and cooperation.
The analysis, part of the water security for all initiative, identifies areas where physical water scarcity risks overlap with poor water service levels.
Globally, schools for more than 168 million children have been completely closed for almost a full year, it said.
Speaking about the occasion, the 'Vicky Donor' actor highlighted the importance of encouraging children to explore the internet and fuel their ambitions.
UNICEF, which plays a key role in immunisation campaigns worldwide - welcomed the development, describing COVAX as the largest vaccine procurement and supply operation ever mounted.
UNICEF said that an estimated 371,504 babies were born around the world on New Year's Day.
The State is already benefitted by infrastructure of combined Andhra Pradesh, which is now singularly being used for Telangana.
Senior officials of the heath department, World Health Organization, UNICEF and UNDP will also participate in the training programme.
Children are most in need in war-torn Yemen, in and outside conflict-wracked Syria, and in Sudan, UNICEF said in a statement.
Prevention efforts and treatment remain among the lowest amongst key affected populations, and in 2019, a little less than half of the children worldwide did not have access to life-saving treatment.
More than 350 logistics partners, including air freight operators, shipping lines and global logistics associations participated in the virtual discussion last week, the agency said.
The call was made during an online media panel discussion, organized by UNICEF in partnership with the Foreign Correspondents Club of South Asia (FCC).
The partnership with IKEA Foundation will further the effort to build model "lighthouses" in Punjab and Karnataka by infusing all of the elements through local accelerator programs.
Children make up around a third of the global population, around half of the extreme poor are children.