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Yemen: Infinite misery of children continues due to war, aid crisis

Yemen-THE WORLD’S WORST HUMANITARIAN CRISIS People in rustic parts of Yemen are suffering from life-threatening hunger. Peace and Security too. The Yemen conflict killed or mutilated children as hostilities strengthened in 2019 and 2020; that is according to a new report of the UN Secretary-General on Children and Armed conflict in the country. Why are…

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IN NIGERIA, POVERTY IS AN INHERENT SEXISTANCE The majority of people living in poverty in Niger are women and girls, who make up about 75% of the country's population. Social gaps between men and women's roles and duties in society feed differences that can rapidly turn into economic hardships: Due to gender-based violence, domestic responsibilities and early marriage (one in two girls in Niger are married by the age of 15, and by the time they are 17 they are likely to have at least one child or become pregnant for the first time), women in Niger are more than twice as likely as men to be illiterate. Additionally, girls drop out of school at a higher rate than boys.

Poverty in Niger

The UN’s human development report ranks Niger as the world’s poorest nation, with a GNI per capita of $906, a life expectancy of 60.4 years, and a mean of 2 years of schooling (as opposed to an expected 5.4 years). According to World Bank statistics from 2014, 44.5% of the nation’s 21.5 million residents live…

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The Ordinary | Clinical Formulations with Integrity-Skin care

The Ordinary is a long way from normal with their skincare ethos, established to keep genuineness and trustworthiness at the core of their items rather than showcasing plans and popular expressions. In case you’re after high-calibre yet reasonable skincare items, pressed brimming with powerful fixings, at that point, look no further than The Ordinary. The…

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