Search Results for Tag: children
I have a daughter who is 17 months old. She is bright-eyed and bushy-tailed and full of wonder, usually running in the face of danger and always in search of adventure. As her mum, I love her free spirit even though it is tiring to chase after her when she ventures away from the playground in search of something more. Raising her away from the land I was raised in has brought about its own set of challenges.
Date01.07.2017 | 15:05
Tags#Parenting, children, Germany, grand parents, motherhood, mum, perfectionist, Sarona Wolter, South Africa, women's rights
Seema Azis is one of the most prominent business leaders in South Asia. However, she is mostly known for her work in improving the education sector of Pakistan. Aziz runs more than 700 English medium schools in Pakistan for the underprivileged.
Date08.03.2017 | 7:26
TagsCare Foundation, children, Education, empower girls, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Lahore, Pakistan, Punjab, school, Seema Azis, Sindh, UNICEF
Have you given a comment to our posts on social media this week? If yes check out here! Maybe your comment has been chosen for this week’s Comments of the Week. We have a lot of comments in this issue, and they covered many topics. See here!
Date19.01.2017 | 15:08
Tagsaging, cancer, children, empower girls, empower women, gadget, handycraft, Honor killing, Michelle Obama, Nutella, single, women, women's health, women's rights, yoga
The Facebook-page of Women Talk Online was visited a constantly by our fans, even during the season of Christmas and New Year. Some good comments were given to our posts, and we have chosen some of them for you to read here. Maybe your comment is one of those. Check out here!
Date05.01.2017 | 22:04
Tags#sexualviolence, Afghanistan, aging, children, gluten intolerance, Pakistan, slavery, women's rights
A UN-backed survey in India has shown that simple interventions such as distributing iron folic acid tablets to children and engaging community workers to promote breast feeding has led to considerable improvement in the health of children and women in India. Saba Mebrahtu, chief of child development and nutrition at UNICEF India tells DW how these simple models could be easily replicated by other developing countries facing the problem of child malnutrition, the underlying cause of death for 3 million children annually around the world. She also talks about the challenges that remain as far as child and women nutrition status in India is concerned. The survey is the first national survey of child and maternal health in India in the last decade.
Date20.07.2015 | 8:34
Tagschild malnutrition, children, India, iron folic acid tablet, malnutrition, UNICEF, women, women's rights
“Often trafficking victims don’t even know that there is a label to describe what happened to them,” says Luis CdeBaca Ambassador-at-Large to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons from the US State Department.
Date08.08.2014 | 15:00
Who would have thought that the poorest of poor children, living on streets and slums of Karachi, would become celebrities in Pakistan.
Date10.06.2014 | 15:02