Conflicts across the Mena are preventing more than 13 million children from attending school, leaving their hopes and futures shattered, the United Nations Children's Fund said in a report issued on Thursday.
The Unicef report
Danat Al Emarat (DAE), a leading private purpose-built women and children’s hospital in Abu Dhabi, has opened doors to its first patients today (August 6).
The date was especially chosen to coincide with
AbbVie, a leading biopharmaceutical company, has supported to setup a library for the Jeddah Disabled Children Association (DCA).
This initiative is part of ‘The Week of Possibilities’ - AbbVie’s global program f
Bahrain has a new law that will protect children or mentally ill people from danger or abuse.
His Majesty King Hamad yesterday (July 8) issued the law amending article 320 of the penal code dating back to 1976, said a report in th
Ooredoo organised a special Qaranqasho celebration for children and their families and their children at the Oman Women’s Association in Masirah Island, as part of its 11th Goodwill Journey.
Celebrating Qaranqasho for the ve
The 34 million children who are out of school in conflict-affected countries need $2.3 billion to get them all schooling, ten times the amount education currently receives in aid, the United Nations' education agency Unesco said on Monday.
Seriously ill children are having their wishes granted this Ramadan as part of a charity campaign run by the Dreams Society in Bahrain.
The ‘30 Dreams in 30 Days’ initiative aims to create a lasting happy memory for ch
Street violence and the effect it has on Bahraini children will be discussed in a sideline seminar at a major UN forum today (June 23).
Bahrain Human Rights Group (BHRG) is hosting the event in Geneva to coincide with the ongoing
Bahrain’s first mobile unit dedicated to combating obesity in children was unveiled yesterday (June 16).
It is expected to almost triple the number of overweight children seen by specialists, who will use the converted truck