Added on 27/12/2012
Bashar al-Assad , Beirut , Education , Egypt , First Lady , Lebanon , Susan Mubarak , Syria , Syrian National Council , Tripoli , United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees , United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund , US Federal Reserve
ESTELLA CARPI, TABSIR: Classes are being organised for refugee children and it’s clear that the Assads no longer feature in a Syrian present or future.
Added on 27/07/2012
The View From Fez
Casablanca , China , Egypt , head of communications , Health , Iran , Ireland , midwife , Ministry of Health , Morocco , Rabat , Turkey , United Nations , United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund , United Nations Population Fund , United States , Women , Women's issues
THE VIEW FROM FEZ: A number of international programmes combined with improved education have led to significant improvements for Moroccan women
Added on 14/06/2012
Abdulaziz Al-Sheikh , Africa , Bahrain , Bangladesh , Children , China , Dubai , Gulf News , Kuwait , New York , Niger , Saudi Arabia , South Asia , United Arab Emirates , United Kingdom , United Nations , United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund , United Nations Population Fund , Women , Women's issues , Yemen
MICH CAFE: It’s an issue throughout the Arab world and beyond. Finally, it’s being addressed.
Added on 24/07/2011
Africa , British government , Djibouti , East Africa , Ethiopia , Food and Drink , Italy , Kenya , Libya , Media outlets , Middle East , Organization of Islamic Cooperation , Oxfam , Somalia , Sudan , The Telegraph , United Kingdom , United Nations , United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund , United States , World Health Organization
RAMZY BAROUD: Maybe it’s time to save a few bombing runs on Libya and donate the proceeds to the humanitarian catastrophe that’s unfolding in the Horn of Africa?
Added on 13/12/2010
2022 World Cup , Barcelona , Football , Qatar , Qatar Foundation , Spain , United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund
DAVID ROBERTS: Footballing links between Spain and Qatar continue to build. Barcelona have announced that the Qatar Foundation will replace UNICEF as their primary sponsor. QF will pay around $225 million over a 5 year deal.