Yemen: “Only way to stop suffering is to end the war” – Humanitarian Chief

United Nations published this video item, entitled “Yemen: “Only way to stop suffering is to end the war” – Humanitarian Chief” – below is their description. UN humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock said the only way to stop suffering in Yemen is to end the war, but in the meantime the world could do other things … Read more Yemen: “Only way to stop suffering is to end the war” – Humanitarian Chief

Protesters in Falmouth, UK decry Tigray ‘genocide’

RT published this video item, entitled “Protesters in Falmouth, UK decry Tigray ‘genocide’” – below is their description. Protesters held a rally in Falmouth, UK to draw attention to the state of affairs in Tigray, northern Ethiopia as the situation in the conflict area continues to deteriorate. Tens of thousands of children are at risk … Read more Protesters in Falmouth, UK decry Tigray ‘genocide’

Child labour rises globally for the first time in decades

FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “Child labour rises globally for the first time in decades” – below is their description. #Childlabour has risen for the first time in 20 years, the #UnitedNations said on Thursday, with one in 10 children in work worldwide and millions more at risk due to #COVID-19. The … Read more Child labour rises globally for the first time in decades

Global Polio Eradication Initiative – Strategy Launch Event

World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “Global Polio Eradication Initiative – Strategy Launch Event” – below is their description. Delivering on the Promise of a Polio-free World: Launch of the new Polio Eradication Strategic Plan 2022-2026, on 10 June 2021. The new Strategic Plan has been developed in close consultation across the … Read more Global Polio Eradication Initiative – Strategy Launch Event

Gaza child traumatized after losing mother, four siblings in air strike

Global News published this video item, entitled “Gaza child traumatized after losing mother, four siblings in air strike” – below is their description. Three weeks since Suzy Eshkuntana was pulled from the rubble of her house, destroyed by an Israeli air strike, the six-year-old girl has barely spoken except to ask for her mother and … Read more Gaza child traumatized after losing mother, four siblings in air strike

COVAX: Ghana was the first country to receive COVID-19 vaccine doses

World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “COVAX: Ghana was the first country to receive COVID-19 vaccine doses” – below is their description. On 24 February 2021, Ghana became the first country to receive COVID-19 vaccines via COVAX. 600,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines arrived in Accra from the Serum Institute of India, and … Read more COVAX: Ghana was the first country to receive COVID-19 vaccine doses

COVID-19 vaccines reach Colombia’s indigenous communities

World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “COVID-19 vaccines reach Colombia’s indigenous communities” – below is their description. On 1 March 2021, Colombia was the first country in the Americas to receive COVID-19 vaccines via COVAX. The delivery contributed to the Government’s efforts to prioritize the vaccination of the country’s most vulnerable people. … Read more COVID-19 vaccines reach Colombia’s indigenous communities

COVAX doses boost Afghanistan’s COVID-19 vaccination drive

World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “COVAX doses boost Afghanistan’s COVID-19 vaccination drive” – below is their description. On 8 March 2021 the first shipment of 468,000 COVID-19 vaccines doses arrived in Kabul as part of a wave of vaccine arrivals that will continue in the coming months.⁣The country’s vaccination campaign began … Read more COVAX doses boost Afghanistan’s COVID-19 vaccination drive

Little food, water for Congolese fleeing Goma amid threat of volcanic eruption

Global News published this video item, entitled “Little food, water for Congolese fleeing Goma amid threat of volcanic eruption” – below is their description. Families fleeing a second potential volcanic eruption in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo said on Friday they were struggling to find enough food and water as the United Nations called for … Read more Little food, water for Congolese fleeing Goma amid threat of volcanic eruption

‘Silent emergency’: children in India facing Covid-19 crisis, says Unicef

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “‘Silent emergency’: children in India facing Covid-19 crisis, says Unicef” – below is their description. After more than 26.9 million cases and 307,00 deaths, India’s infection rate is showing signs of easing. But the country still has a long battle ahead to contain this second wave. … Read more ‘Silent emergency’: children in India facing Covid-19 crisis, says Unicef

DR Congo volcano: Drone shots show extent of damage from Mount Nyiragongo eruption

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “DR Congo volcano: Drone shots show extent of damage from Mount Nyiragongo eruption” – below is their description. Drone images on Monday showed the scale of the damage caused when torrents of lava from an erupting volcano poured into villages in the Democratic Republic of Congo on Saturday, … Read more DR Congo volcano: Drone shots show extent of damage from Mount Nyiragongo eruption

India Covid crisis leaves Covax scheme 140 million doses short – BBC News

BBC News published this video item, entitled “India Covid crisis leaves Covax scheme 140 million doses short – BBC News” – below is their description. Covax, the international scheme to ensure equal access to coronavirus vaccines, is 140 million doses short because of India’s continuing Covid crisis. The Serum Institute of India (SII), the largest … Read more India Covid crisis leaves Covax scheme 140 million doses short – BBC News

“Are we doing enough for the children?” Melissa Fleming interviews Yasmin Ali Haque – Awake at Night

United Nations published this video item, entitled “”Are we doing enough for the children?” Melissa Fleming interviews Yasmin Ali Haque – Awake at Night” – below is their description. “What we’re seeing is the desperation out there in the hospitals […] At the same time […] a group of young doctors have set up centres … Read more “Are we doing enough for the children?” Melissa Fleming interviews Yasmin Ali Haque – Awake at Night

‘No place is safe for children in Gaza right now,’ UNICEF tells RT

RT published this video item, entitled “‘No place is safe for children in Gaza right now,’ UNICEF tells RT” – below is their description. A senior spokesperson for the United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has told RT that children are suffering the most amid the recent flare-up between Israel and Hamas. More: https://on.rt.com/b8aw Follow … Read more ‘No place is safe for children in Gaza right now,’ UNICEF tells RT

Solidarity on Eid: UN Chief calls Yemeni Health Worker

United Nations published this video item, entitled “Solidarity on Eid: UN Chief calls Yemeni Health Worker” – below is their description. Yemen is enduring the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, resulting from six years of war between government forces and the Ansar Allah movement, known as the Houthis. On the occasion of Eid al-Fitr, United Nations … Read more Solidarity on Eid: UN Chief calls Yemeni Health Worker