";s:4:"text";s:4941:" She will be seen in "Ponniyin Selvan", "Raangi", "Sugar" and "Ram".The views expressed in comments published on newindianexpress.com are those of the comment writers alone. UNESCO had earlier released a statement condemning the Sri Lankan air force attack on the Voice of Tigers radio station which killed three editorial Gough said the fall-out from the COVID-19 pandemic is being compounded by climate change and extreme weather events and are arguably the biggest issues affecting children in South Asia right now.“In India, over 6 million people across Bihar, Assam, Odisha, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal have been affected by the floods, including an estimated 2.4 million children,” it said.An estimated 2.4 million children have been affected by the recent floods in India, the UNICEF said on Thursday, calling for immediate support, more resources and innovative programmes to address the challenges faced.Weeks of torrential monsoon rains, widespread flooding and deadly landslides in Bangladesh, India and Nepal have affected millions of children and families, UNICEF said.“Even for a region that is all-too-familiar with the devastating impact of extreme weather, the recent heavy monsoon rains, rising floods and continued landslides are creating a perfect storm for children and families affected,” said Jean Gough, UNICEF Regional Director for South Asia.In a statement, UNICEF said though flooding at this period of the year is common, this widespread scale of floods during mid-July is unusual.UNICEF said it is working with the government and partners to respond quickly and effectively.Immediate support, more resources and innovative programmes are urgently needed to address the challenges that these threats represent to the region’s children, she said.
UNICEF: 2.4 million children affected by recent floods in India UNICEF said it is supporting the Assam government to implement the COVID-19 adapted relief camp management guidelines and child friendly spaces in select districts, in addition to its focused support for maternal and child health service continuity and COVID-19 response in many states. Trisha has also addressed problems faced by children in Tamil Nadu and Kerala such as anaemia, early marriage, child labour and child abuse.Trisha was recently in the news for walking out of the Chiranjeevi-starrer "Acharya". newindianexpress.com reserves the right to take any or all comments down at any time."She has the power to amplify the children's issues and address violation of child rights in the family, community and in public spaces. UNICEF currently presents in 119 countries in worlds. They do not represent the views or opinions of newindianexpress.com or its staff, nor do they represent the views or opinions of The New Indian Express Group, or any entity of, or affiliated with, The New Indian Express Group.
To my lovely Telugu audiences -- hope to see you soon in an exciting project," she said.CHENNAI: Actor Trisha, a UNICEF brand ambassador, took to social media to share an advisory against the COVID-19 pandemic. The UNICEF Online Courses will be available on the Agora Platform. 2.4 Million Children Affected by Recent Floods in India: UNICEF. The virus has been renamed by WHO as SARS-CoV-2 and the disease caused by it as COVID-19. Note: As on 7th January 2020, a new strain of Coronavirus was identified. UNICEF’s Reimagine campaign aims to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic from becoming a lasting crisis for children, especially the most vulnerable children. Tamil: Description: 2 Posters on Hygiene and Sanitation: Keyword(s) 2 Posters on Hygiene and Sanitation, 10 commandments: Programme: Communication for Development (C4D) Sub-category: Home Hygiene and Sanitation: Office: Chennai, India: Details: JPG: Date Created: 22-Aug-2006: File Size: NA : Ref No: BCC/145/HHS