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National Geographic and FAO raise awareness about food security

The National Geographic Society and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) are teaming up to raise awareness about hunger and nutrition.

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Number of Syrian refugees entering Lebanon limited

There has been a decrease in the number of Syrian refugees entering Lebanon, according to the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR).

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South Sudanese women unveil agenda for peace and development

Women in South Sudan have unveiled an agenda for peace and sustainable development which includes the voices and aspirations of women from the country’s ten states.

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Power of science recognised on anniversary of nuclear organization

The transformative power of science is being recognised at the United Nations on Monday as the international community gets together to celebrate the 60th anniversary of CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research.

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“The Good Lie” movie teaches about violence against children during war

A movie depicting the experience of young Sudanese immigrants in Kansas in the United States can be used as an “educational tool”.

That’s according to Kuoth Weil, an actress from Minnesota who landed a role in the movie, a Good Lie about the “lost boys” of Sudan.

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Aid workers in “totally unmapped terrain” in Ebola fight

Aid workers fighting to control the deadly Ebola epidemic in Africa are in “totally unmapped terrain”, according to a UN official who has just returned from Liberia.

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Bamboo can help to “combat climate change”

The bamboo plant can help in the fight against climate change and the loss of biodiversity according to the international association which represents 40 bamboo-growing countries.

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Young volunteers going door to door to prevent Ebola

Young volunteers are being recruited by the United Nations in West Africa to help inform members of the community on ways to prevent contracting the Ebola virus disease.

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Kenya taking action to empower young people

Young people in Kenya have hope for a better future thanks to new economic policies; that’s according to a youth delegate from the East African country.

Wambui Kahara was at the UN in New York to talk about employment challenges at the organization’s committee on social issues.

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Family farms as key agents to eradicate hunger

Family farms can play a significant role in eradicating hunger and ensuring food security, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

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