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Mulheres activistas vivendo com o VIH-SIDA contribuem na resposta à epidemia

Projecto "SABER PARA REAGIR em Língua Portuguesa" reúne-se em Cabo Verde

 

Nações Unidas, Praia, 18 de Fevereiro de 2013 - O evento que reúne, entidades publicas e privadas, ONG's e mulheres activistas na luta contra o VIH - SIDA dos Países de Língua Oficial Portuguesa pretende contribuir para reforçar as capacidades de actuação de mais de 160 mulheres líderes da CPLP e promover as oportunidades de intercâmbio de experiências e mobilização conjunta.

O encontro de Cabo Verde, decorre de 18 a 22 de Fevereiro de 2013,  no Centro de Formação Médica Especializada da CPLP, Casa Cor de Rosa, no Plateau, e conta com a participação de mulheres lideres dos três países, ...

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13 February - World Radio Day

The radio promotes democratic expression and influences ideas - says the UN Scretary General

United Nation, Praia, 12 February 2013 - In his message the Un Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon says that since its invention more than 100 years ago, radio has sparked the imagination, opened doors for change, and served as a channel for life-saving information.  Radio entertains, educates, and informs.  It promotes democratic expression and influences ideas. 

In his message he says that from short-wave to FM to satellite transmission – radio connects people wherever they are.  In conflict situations and times of crisis, radio is a lifeline for vulnerable communities.

Radio is both valuable and cost-effective.  From day one, the United Nations has been using radio to reach the peoples of the world.

We are proud of our rich history of radio production in many languages, and the innovative ways we use radio to inform and serve the world.

On this World Radio Day, let us celebrate the power of radio and let us work together to tune the world to the frequency of peace, development and human rights for all.

Related to the UN Radio the UN Secretary Genral considers that UN Radio sheds light on all issues on the United Nations agenda – from sustainable development … to the protection of children … to peacekeeping and conflict prevention. 

 

Child Protection

UNICEF supports the analysis and mapping of Child and Adolescent protection system in Cape Verde

 

United Nations, 21 January 21, 2013 - The Government of Cape Verde and UNICEF organize a seminar entitled “Analysis and Mapping of the System for Protecting Children and Adolescents in Cape Verde” at the United Nations building in the City of Praia, on 22 January 2013.

This seminar forms part of international expert assistance supported by UNICEF. Its aim is to help the country to map and analyse its current system for protecting children and adolescents, including both formal and informal structures. It also aims to identify the areas and elements that need strengthening in order to guarantee that the system is appropriate and effective in protecting children and adolescents in Cape Verde. Read more...

 

Top Footballers Play in

UNDP´s 10th Annual Match Against Poverty

 

Porto Alegre, 20 December 2012 —More than 50,000 football fans descended upon the new Gremio stadium in Porto Alegre, Brazil yesterday to watch Ronaldo's team beat Zinedine Zidane's team 3-2 in the 10th Annual Match Against Poverty, which was sponsored by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
UNDP Goodwill Ambassador and football legend Ronaldo - who was suffering from leg injuries - kept his promise to play despite the pain. “Playing this match was so important to me I would have still done it without legs,” he said.  It was his star-studded team that scored with the last kick of the game to clinch the match, with a goal by Damiao. 

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