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The ‘Roadmap for childhood TB: towards zero deaths’ estimates that $120 million per year could have a major impact on saving tens of thousands of children’s lives from TB, including among children infected with both TB and HIV.“Any child who dies from TB is one child too many,” said Mario Raviglione, Director of the Global Tuberculosis Programme at the World Health Organization (WHO). “TB is preventable and treatable, and this roadmap focuses on immediate actions governments and partners can take to stop children dying.”Every day, more than 200 children under the age of 15 die needlessly from TB – a disease that is preventable and curable. WHO estimates that as many as 1 in 10 TB cases globally are among this age group, but that the number could be even higher because many children go undiagnosed. The $120 million a year in new funding from governments and donors includes $40 million for HIV antiretroviral therapy and preventive therapy for children co-infected with TB and HIV. The funds will also go towards improving detection, developing better medicines for children and integrating TB treatment into existing maternal and child health programmes. “Far too many children with tuberculosis are not getting the treatment they need,” said the Director of Programmes for the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), Nicholas Alipui. “Most of these children live in the poorest, most vulnerable households. It is wrong that any children should die for want of a simple, affordable cure, especially where there are community-based options to deliver life-saving interventions.”The Roadmap recommends various actions at national and global levels, including collecting and reporting better data, developing training and reference materials on childhood TB for health workers, fostering local expertise and leadership among child health workers at all levels of health systems, and developing integrated family and community-centred strategies to provide comprehensive and effective services at the community level.
John Ging, Operations Director of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), cited an urgent need to mobilize funding for the crisis in Sudan, where some 6.1 million people currently need assistance – a 40 per cent increase over this time last year. Malnutrition and food insecurity are escalating at an “alarming” rate, with some 500,000 children affected, he told a news conference in New York.The situation is particularly dire in Darfur, where renewed violence is displacing larger and larger numbers of civilians – almost 400,000 newly displaced in 2013, and almost 200,000 more so far this year. “This dire humanitarian situation is compounded by the fact that, with so many crises around the world currently, Darfur not getting the attention or global funding that it deserves,” said Mr. Ging, who recently visited both Sudan and South Sudan on an inter-agency mission with other humanitarian colleagues.He added that the situation in Sudan requires an end to conflict and a more generous response from the international community. So far this year, the UN and partners have only received 3 per cent of the $995 million requested for humanitarian activities in Sudan. Mr. Ging described as “very tragic” what has happened in neighbouring South Sudan, where fighting between Government and opposition forces that began in mid-December has left nearly 5 million people in need of humanitarian assistance, including 3.7 million at high risk of food insecurity.“You have the newest country in the world now imploding,” he stated, noting that the conflict is setting back the very fragile development that was occurring since the country gained independence from Sudan in July 2011.Amid the “senseless” brutality, some 700,000 people have been displaced internally, including 67,000 who are sheltering at UN bases around the country, while almost a quarter of a million people have sought refuge in neighbouring countries. One of the major challenges in South Sudan, Mr. Ging said, is the lack of respect on the ground for humanitarian staff, convoys, facilities and supplies, and this includes delays and checkpoints for convoys. “You have an urgent situation on the ground in South Sudan, and we need the freedom to do the job that we must do, and can do, if we’re allowed to do it,” he stated. Another major challenge is funding, particularly as the onset of the rainy season draws near. “We are in a race against time with the rainy season fast approaching that we have to pre-position stocks. We really do appeal to our donor community to give us the funding that we need to do the things that we most urgently need to do, in the quickest way possible.”Yasmin Haque, Deputy Director, Office of Emergency Programmes at the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), who was also on the inter-agency mission, said it was “tragic” to see what has happened in South Sudan, where she served as Country Representative prior to taking up her current post. She noted that the conflict has “severely disrupted the hope” that the children of South Sudan had in their country, and it is really urgent to have funding and services in place to meet their needs. The conflict has also meant that children are facing grave violations, whether their schools are being occupied, health centres are being destroyed or children themselves are being recruited by the armed groups.“We need to keep the attention on the plight of the people there and to make sure that we’re supporting them to the extent possible,” said Ms. Haque.Amid the worsening crisis in South Sudan, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the World Food Programme (WFP) this week appealed for $371 million in urgently needed support for the thousands of South Sudanese refugees arriving in neighbouring countries.Since fighting erupted in mid-December, 204,000 people have fled to Sudan, Uganda, Ethiopia and Kenya, according to UNHCR. With continuing insecurity and growing food shortages inside South Sudan, the agency expects the number of South Sudanese refugees across the region to reach 340,000 by the end of the year.UNHCR spokesman Adrian Edwards told reporters in Geneva that South Sudanese have recently been fleeing into neighbouring countries at a rate of nearly 2,000 per day, with most heading to Ethiopia and Uganda. Many of the refugees have been arriving exhausted, nutritionally weak and in poor health, having coming from areas of South Sudan experiencing severe food shortages.The majority are women, children and older people. With some 700,000 people displaced inside South Sudan and 3.7 million at high risk of food insecurity, the potential for further cross-border movement is high.“Given these trends, the regional emergency response announced yesterday will focus on protection activities and other life-saving needs. These include emergency food, water, sanitation and health,” said Mr. Edwards, adding that UNHCR “will be developing and expanding refugee camps and other sites where basic services will be available.”
(FOX NEWS) – A mother who had just given birth to her third daughter was reportedly cut in half at a Spanish hospital Sunday when her stretcher became stuck between floors inside an elevator.Rocio Cortes Nunez had just given birth via a Caesarean section.Rocio Cortes Nunez, 26, was being transported between the second and third floors of Our Lady of Valme Hospital in Seville when the incident occurred, according to news.com.au.“I’m a total wreck,” Nunez’s husband, Jose Gaspar, told ABC Sevilla. “This cannot continue. Today it has been Rocio, but tomorrow it could be another person.”David Gaspar, Nunez’s brother-in-law, told Europa Press the family was “devastated,” and Nunez’s mom said she only found out her daughter had died when she heard there was an accident at the hospital and approached a staff member.“I went to the information desk,” Carmen Nunez said. “They told me that a girl had died, and then they confirmed that she was my daughter. What a cruel death she suffered.”Nunez had given birth to her daughter, Triana, via Caesarean section and was on her way to a maternity ward at the time of the incident, The Sun reported.Nunez’s stretcher was pushed on to the elevator — which suddenly moved upwards before the stretcher was fully inside, trapping Nunez, whose head was reportedly stuck between the roof and the elevator frame.Firefighters needed about two hours to reach Nunez’s body, according to local reports.Aside from Triana, Nunez leaves behind daughters Carmen, 5, and Rocio, 4, The Telegraph reported. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedMother, unborn baby die at GPHC – Relatives say doctors erred ‘big time’September 8, 2014In “Business”Berbice woman, baby die in childbirth tragedyJune 3, 2019Similar postDaughter 6, finds body of dead mother in Kwakwani homeOctober 27, 2018In “Crime”
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Dec 1st 2016, 8:00 PM By Alan Waldron Source: Christian Ziege/Twitter The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! Home Jared Payne suffered the injury against Australia. Source: Colm O’Neill/INPHOUlster and Ireland have been dealt a massive blow with news that Jared Payne will be out for at least three months with a kidney injury.Greystones golfer Paul Dunne has begun his European Tour season in stunning fashion, carding an opening-round 66 at the Alfred Dunhill Championships in South Africa.Munster director of rugby Rassie Erasmus has made six changes for the province’s Pro12 game against Glasgow tomorrow night.Ireland‘s women’s team picked up a 17-17 draw with Fiji at the Dubai World Sevens but they were left disappointed with the result after the game ended in controversial circumstances.Leinster and Ireland lock Devin Toner has agreed a new three-year contract with the IRFU, which means he is signed up with the union until June 2020.Promising Irish winger Olamide Shodipo has signed a new contract with Queens Park Rangers.Kerry club Austin Stacks will put a new management team in place in the coming weeks after Stephen Stack stepped down as the club’s senior football manager.Mixed martial arts superstar Conor McGregor has obtained a professional boxing licence to further fuel rumours he will switch disciplines to seek a fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr.Away Gregor Townsend. Source: David Davies Great news for @SpursOfficial and congratulations to @HKane on signing a new contract 👏✍️ #COYS #Kane #OneOfOurOwn pic.twitter.com/B9x7MsLNjv— Christian Ziege (@Christian_Ziege) December 1, 2016 Follow us: the42.ie No Comments http://the42.ie/3114637 Gregor Townsend has turned down a coaching job with the British and Irish Lions for next year’s tour of New Zealand so that he can focus on his role as head coach of Scotland.Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla will be out for another three months after the club decided the midfielder needs to undergo ankle surgery.Tiger Woods is making his return to professional golf at the Hero World Challenge and it’s so far so good for the former world number one.Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Seantrel Henderson has been suspended for 10 games by the NFL for using marijuana to treat serious illness.Harry Kane has signed a new six-year deal with Tottenham Hotspur, ending speculation around the striker’s future.Wales international James Hook is returning to the Ospreys after spells with Perpignan and Gloucester.The Best Thing We SharedThe All Blacks belting out Ireland’s Call in a German pub — we didn’t see that coming.On The RecordJohnny struggles to let six days go by, or six hours without kicking a ball or thinking about rugby. He’s been so dedicated since his (shoulder) surgery in the summer to Leinster Rugby. it’s been great to have him around.Isa Nacewa isn’t too concerned about Leinster and Ireland fly-half Johnny Sexton falling out of love with the game any time soon.Where We Were TodayWe were at Croke Park for the launch of the interprovincial championship. Leinster hurling manager Ciaran Hetherton and Leinster football selector John Doyle. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHOSean Farrell and Eoin Lúc Ó Ceallaigh met Fergus McFadden at LifeStyle Sports in Arnotts, Dublin while Sinead Farrell caught up with MMA star Sinead Kavanagh.The Fixture ListThere are two games in the Guinness Pro12 tomorrow night — Munster are in Glasgow to take on the Warriors (19.35, TG4) and Ospreys host Edinburgh (19.35).The Alfred Dunhill Championship continues in South Africa and Paul Dunne has made a stunning start. Jack Hume, Michael Hoey and Darren Clarke are also in action. On the PGA Tour, Tiger Woods continues his comeback at the Hero World Challenge.In the NFL, the Minnesota Vikings host the Dallas Cowboys (00.30).Showbiz, Baby!Harry Kane signed on the dotted line today, committing to Spurs for the foreseeable future. That takes him close to £100,000 (€120,000) a week. Share2 Tweet Email Short URL There’s a TV blackout on the first El Clasico of the season this weekendBeauden Barrett led the All Blacks in a powerful rendition of Ireland’s Call in a German bar Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article We’ll Leave It There So: Payne’s kidney injury, Tiger back on the prowl and today’s sport Meanwhile, Paul Dunne makes stunning start in South Africa, Conor McGregor gets pro boxing licence and Arsenal star to undergo surgery. 11,221 Views Thursday 1 Dec 2016, 8:00 PM
Mr Whippy Pty Ltd is suing George Calombaris’s Melbourne restaurant St Katherine’s over a dessert with a similar name. Unlike the original Mr Whippy, Calombaris’s ice cream dessert is not served out of a truck with a Greensleeves theme song. Selling at the $9.50 mark from a swanky restaurant, there is little resemblance between the childhood treat and the Master Chef’s “Mrs Whippi” dessert. The first time the original Mr Whippy company knew George Calombaris was calling his dessert “Mr Whippy” was in May, but the restaurant agreed to change the name to “Mrs Whippi” after an initial legal letter was sent from Mr Whippy.The matter would have been left at that, but lawyers for Calombaris only infuriated Mr Whippy further when they claimed he had “no relevant reputation”.“Your client has never sold its desserts in restaurants and especially not in high-profile restaurants operated by celebrity chefs. It has no reputation in this market,” the letter from Calombaris’s lawyers stated. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Virgin Galactic : une famille asiatique a réservé son vol pour l’espaceLundi, la société Virgin Galactic a annoncé qu’un homme d’affaires de Singapour lui avait adressé un chèque d’un million de dollars afin que sa famille embarque dans le premier vol spatial organisé par la firme.Près d’un mois après l’inauguration de l’aéroport de Virgin Galactic par son propriétaire le milliardaire Richard Branson, la société a déjà de nombreux premiers clients. Un homme d’affaires de Singapour vient en effet tout juste de verser la coquette somme d’un million de dollars (soit 729.000 euros) afin que sa femme, ses deux enfants et lui deviennent la première famille asiatique à voyager dans l’espace.À lire aussiSpaceX : un satellite d’Elon Musk manque d’entrer en collision avec un satellite de l’ESA Un vol qui serait apparemment une surprise pour sa femme, tandis que l’homme a tenu à conserver son anonymat. “Il n’a apparemment pas encore annoncé la nouvelle à sa femme. Il va donc être, avec les siens, la première famille asiatique à devenir astronaute ensemble”, a précisé lors d’une conférence de presse le directeur commercial de Virgin Galactic, Stephen Attenborough cité par 7 sur 7. Néanmoins, si Virgin Galactic propose des réservations pour des vols à destination de l’espace depuis 2005, les clients qui se sont déjà présentés ignorent encore quand exactement ils réaliseront le fameux voyage. A ce jour, le calendrier des vols n’a pas été établi bien que l’agence évoque des départs depuis Spaceport America, au Nouveau-Mexique à l’horizon 2012-2013. La navette SpaceShipTwo qui réalisera le vol peut embarquer au maximum quatre passagers (à 200.000 dollars le siège) et deux pilotes. Mais le mystérieux client a souhaité “réserver la totalité de la navette”, a précisé à l’AFP le directeur commercial de la firme, basée aux Etats-Unis. Le 16 novembre 2011 à 09:29 • Maxime Lambert
Vancouver Public Schools have announced the following administrative changes for the 2014-2015 school year. The first day of school is Wednesday, Sept. 3.Elementary schoolsFelida Elementary and King Elementary: Katie Ronning, former teacher and administrative intern, is associate principal. Lake Shore Elementary School: Scott Leary, former principal, retired. He is succeeded by Starlet Heitz. She formerly was associate principal at Roosevelt Elementary School.Marshall Elementary School: Former principal Karen Leary retired. The new principal is Bobbi Geenty, former Walnut Grove Elementary School principal.Minnehaha Elementary School: Former principal Kris Porterfield retired. The new principal is Troy Winzer, former associate principal at Felida and King elementary schools. Roosevelt Elementary: Jessica Graham, former special services manager, is now an associate principal. Salmon Creek Elementary: Heath Angelbeck is principal. He was formerly associate principal at Discovery Middle School. Walnut Grove Elementary School: Esteban Delgadillo is principal. He formerly was associate principal at Columbia River High School. Middle schoolsAlki Middle School: Darci Fronk, principal, formerly was principal at Salmon Creek Elementary.Discovery Middle School: Jennifer Holm, now associate principal, was formerly a teacher and administrative intern at Vancouver iTech Preparatory. McLoughlin Middle School: Travis Boeh is principal. He formerly was associate principal at Fort Vancouver High School. High schoolsColumbia River High School: Rob Duncan, now an associate principal, was formerly principal at Lewis and Clark High School. Fort Vancouver High School: Ken Roberts is an associate principal. He formerly was a teacher mentor and administrative intern at Fort.Hudson’s Bay High School: Darby Meade is an associate principal. He formerly was dean of students at Vancouver iTech Preparatory. Brian Hanson, former associate principal at Hudson’s Bay, is now a teacher mentor.Lewis and Clark High School: Jody ViDelco, principal, formerly was principal at McLoughlin Middle School. School board Mark Stoker is president and Edri Geiger is vice president of the board of directors. The board also includes Kathy Gillespie, Mari Greves and Dale Rice.
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