Although countries across the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) have made major strides in protecting children's rights and wellbeing since the inception of the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) 70 years ago, conflict risks rever
Babycottons, a children’s clothing brand, has launched its new Winter 2016 collection across its stores in Kuwait.
The new collection features winter designs and warmer fabrics for the colder season.
Dubai Design District (d3) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Al Jalila Cultural Centre for Children to collaborate together in projects promoting Art and Design to the younger creative generation in the UAE.
Etihad Airways has introduced a new range of ‘Etihad Explorers’ children’s activity packs and a Flying Nanny Kit, to keep its younger guests occupied while onboard.
Etihad Explorers is the airline’s new chi
Brain cancer is now the deadliest form of childhood cancer in the US, surpassing leukemia, as treatment advances have allowed doctors to cure many blood-related cancers, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Friday.
Etihad Airways and its strategic partner Air Serbia have donated items of winter clothing, stationary, school bags, and food parcels to more than 2,000 refugee children and Serbian orphans in Belgrade.
The aid package, which
Saudi-based charity organisation Alwaleed Philanthropies has donated over $29 million dollars to the Humanitarian Leadership Academy to launch ten humanitarian rapid-response centres across the world.
The centres will offer the next gen
Mumbai Indians cricketing stars, defending champions of the Indian Premier League, brought smiles and cheers to over 40 lucky children during a special evening hosted by the airline for its top selling travel agents this week.
At least 41 million children under the age of five are obese or overweight across the globe, with numbers rising most rapidly in developing countries, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Monday.
The number of obese or over
Nearly one in four children growing up in conflict zones are missing out on education, with South Sudan, Niger, Sudan and Afghanistan the worst-affected countries, the U.N. children's agency (Unicef) said on Tuesday.