Приглашаем дизайнеров принять участие в конкурсе по разработке логотипа и фирменного стиля для Информационной кампании по здоровому образу жизни. Дедлайн для подачи работ продлен до 20 мая.
The Investigative Committee considered the issues of improving the legal proceedings involving minors.
On March 15, 2017, the Investigative Committee central office hosted the “Legal proceedings involving minors” national workshop.
Trainings "XXI Century Skills for Health and Development" at the Center for Innovation and Partnership in the premises of the NCC “Zubrenok”
From February, 28 to March 2, 2017, a series of 8 different thematic trainings under the general theme “Skills for Health and Development in XXI century” was held with the UNICEF support at the Center for Innovation and Partnership operating on the basis of the National Educational & Recreational Children's Centre “Zubrenok”.
A series of round tables and trainings for teens on the participation of young people with special needs and disabilities, as well as adolescents at risk in decision-making related to their health and development, was launched on February, 9 in Homiel.
VII Moda Italia show organized by the Cesaro-Urbino Confederation of Industrial Enterprises, InterEXPO Adriatica company together with the Embassy of Italy in Minsk and UNICEF proved that even teenagers from closed child welfare institutions have talents and are capable of impressing sophisticated public of the fashion show, as well as top Italian designers.
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.
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.