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"In this village where Mother Nature shows little leniency, women's energy is the main preserver of men's dignity." - CARE's Ibrahim Niandou

"In this village where Mother Nature shows little leniency, women's energy is the main preserver of men's dignity.

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We generate fears while we sit. We overcome them by action. Fear is natures way of warning us to get busy. – Dr. Henry Link

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Coaching lives in ACTION. "We generate fears while we sit. We overcome them by action. Fear is natures way of warning us to get busy. Henry Link (via

13 February 2012 - Over 100,000 children in Chad’s Sahel belt suffer from malnutrition, the result of food shortages and rising prices, poverty and ongoing conflict. Conflict also contributes to health and educational risks for children; Chad, once free of polio, suffered 134 cases in 2011 after the polio virus was reimported. Throughout the country, UNICEF supports programmes in nutrition, health, education and protection. A UNICEF-supported kindergarten in N’Djamena.     ...

Unfortunately, she is one of more than children in Chad’s Sahel belt who suffer from malnutrition. Also, conflict contributes to health and educational risks for children. This girl attends a UNICEF-supported kindergarten in N’Djamena.

13 February 2013 - Continuing conflict in northern Mali has displaced nearly 229,000 people and forced over 152,000 to seek refuge in neighbouring countries. This has deepened challenges for children already threatened by ongoing nutrition insecurity in Africa’s Sahel region.  Photographed: Wana Haidera, 6, displaced by fighting, now lives with extended family in Ségou Region.   ©UNICEF/Tanya Bindra   To see more: www.unicef.org/photography

unicef: “ PHOTO OF THE WEEK: 13 February 2013 Continuing conflict in northern Mali has displaced nearly people and forced over to seek refuge in neighbouring countries.

Former refugee  and South Sudanese supermodel Alek Wek's journey home.

UNHCR National Goodwill Ambassador, Alek Wek: Model, Refugee & Advocate for refugees.

Mother and child at Kigali's "Village of Hope"

UNDP in Rwanda highlighting the issues of gender-based violence

South Sudan, one year after independence.

South Sudan, one year later.

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