For the new academic year, the UNICEF with the support of the Russian Federation Government purchased 10,500 reflective vests for primary school pupils all around Belarus.
20 августа ЮНИСЕФ и ЮНЭЙДС приехали в Бобруйск на праздник в честь военно-воздушных сил Беларуси, чтобы рассказать о том, почему важно знать свой ВИЧ-статус, и провели акцию по экспресс-тестированию на ВИЧ.
UNICEF awarded the prize to the XIV International Rally of Young Rescuers and Firefighters participants who are well aware of safety measures and ways to rescue a comrade who has gotten into trouble.
On July 14, 2016 the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus, Valentin Rybakov, met with the Executive Director of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), Anthony Lake.
UN Agencies in Belarus, together with the government agencies, international organizations and civil society representatives, have agreed on appointing the Secretariat to coordinate the establishment of the 3 working groups on access to justice, legal protection and awareness, legal aid and counsel; adjudication and enforcement; effective legislation.
WHO validates elimination of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis in Armenia, Belarus and the Republic of Moldova
United Nations agencies congratulate Belarus for eliminating mother-to-child transmission of both HIV and syphilis, as well as Armenia and Moldova for eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis, respectively. During a ceremony in New York City, elimination validation certificates were presented to the Ministers of Health of the three European countries, who were attending the United Nations General Assembly High-level Meeting on Ending AIDS.
In May 2016, UNAIDS Country Office in Belarus and UNICEF Belarus have kicked off “It concerns even those whom it doesn’t concern” public awareness campaign devoted to the voluntary HIV testing.
The notion that domestic violence happens only in dysfunctional families is nothing more than a myth. People encounter it regardless of their position in society, education, and income level. Most commonly, women suffer from such violence, but what is even worse, the youngest and most defenseless family members– children– suffer from it, too.