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In celebration of Mother’s Day, hundreds of advocates, experts and every day moms and dads will gather on May 4 in New York City to share ideas, exchange best practices and inspire action for a healthy planet and happy families.One of the most joyful moments in a parent’s life should be the moment when they hold their new baby for the first time. However, everyday 830 women die due to complications in pregnancy or childbirth. What’s more, every year, 16,000 children die before their fifth birthdays, mostly from preventable causes.Hosted by the United Nations Foundation and Johnson & Johnson, the fifth annual Moms +SocialGood is a one-day event where moms and their families are the focus of the conversation. The health and well-being of families around the world will unite hundreds of passionate experts and advocates to share ideas and inspire action to tackle some of the world’s most critical challenges for families.To date, speakers include: Zoe Saldana, Award-winning Actress Rachel Zoe, CEO, Rachel Zoe, Inc. Dr. Vanessa Kerry, CEO and Co-Founder, Seed Global Health Catalina Escobar, Founder, Juan Felipe Gomez Escobar Foundation, 2012 CNN Hero Kimberly Chandler, Journalist and Philanthropist The Harlem Gospel Choir Carolyn Miles, President and CEO, Save the Children Gwen Zwanziger, Flu Prevention AdvocateThere is no greater power than when families, from all backgrounds and geographies, come together for a healthier and more equal future for all. Moms +SocialGood will leverage the power of social media to connect these passionate experts, advocates and parents with others around the world, making it a truly global event.“If you care about healthier families and communities, join us and raise your voice with ours to highlight the global issues impacting the health of moms and children around the world, and how we can do our part to solve them” said Kathy Calvin, President & CEO, UN Foundation. “Thanks to our partner, Johnson & Johnson, you can hear from UN leaders, be inspired by young activists, and share your own ideas for improving the lives of women and children around the world.”The event, hosted at the AXA Event & Production Center, will be followed by Dads +SocialGood on June 13 at the Times Center in New York, and Families +SocialGood on June 15 in London.“Johnson & Johnson’s long-standing partnership with the UN Foundation is helping to make deep strides in improving the health of moms and children worldwide,” said Michael Sneed, Senior Vice President, Global Corporate Affairs, Johnson & Johnson. “Still, there is much work to be done. Our goal through the Global Mom’s Relay initiative is to inspire action that continues to improve the health and wellbeing of mothers and children everywhere. By leveraging the power of social media, we encourage moms, dads and families everywhere to join us in making a difference.”Moms +SocialGood will also kick off the Global Moms Relay, a digital storytelling and fundraising campaign. Launching in time for Mother’s Day, the Global Moms Relay celebrates the lifesaving work of Girl Up, the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, UNFPA, [email protected] and Nothing But Nets.The Global Moms Relay will begin just before Mother’s Day and run through Father’s Day, from May 3 to June 16. Featuring 25 voices including public figures, activists, nurses, artists, mothers, fathers and more, the relay asks participants to share a personal story answering the question, “What do you wish were true for every family, everywhere?” and then passes the baton to the next contributor. This one-of-a-kind digital relay encourages audiences to read the inspiring stories and share them with friends on social media networks. For each social media share, Johnson & Johnson will donate $1 (per action up to $500,000) to help improve the health and wellbeing of moms and kids worldwide through Girl Up, the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, UNFPA, [email protected] and Nothing But Nets. Through the Donate a Photo mobile app, Johnson & Johnson will donate $1 per photo, up to another $40,000 to [email protected], UNFPA, Girl Up, U.S. Fund for UNICEF and Nothing But Nets, bringing the total goal to $700,000.
2007, 2009 6:34 am Related News In a Ruchika parallel, For all the latest Ludhiana News, On the other hand,000 to a complainant who failed to get payment against a cheque issued in his favour. ? at 412/A, She was 51. She leaves behind her husband and two college-going children — a son and a daughter For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 1
of rape. Similarly,Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: October 10Dancing?a nine-hour series on world dance and a film Samarpanamcommissioned by the Government of Indiahas been made on her life and work Closely associated with Malavikas dance career is Saroja Kamakshiwho works with her as creative collaborator in the areas of conceptualization and presentation Bhakti to Shakti City-based dancer Suchitra Mitra has been invited by the North Zone Cultural Centre to choreograph folk dances from all over India as part of the ongoing Chandigarh Heritage Festival The theme of this choreography is Bhakti to Shakti. This show will be held on March 31 at 7 pm at the Sector 17 Plaza.Sumant,set up when the university was in Lahore, He was informed that the fee was non-refundable and,Sandhu asked for a refund. While only parts of Delhi were affected.
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totaling up to 4,938 screened passengers. Jalaramnagar resident Kalpesh Wagh told The Indian Express,I have the proof necessary for the allotment of a house in the EWS quartersbut I have not been given the same?500 hutments in the drive which started on Sunday and continued till Monday.on Bhawani Shankar Road in Dadar and robbed Rs 3 lakh in cash.
A retired admiral joked that the Indians would not be missing much anywaythe naval band was in pretty poor shape Picnic in park It was an unusual sight for visitors to Delhis Lodhi Gardens last Sunday Priyanka Vadra and her two kids were eating brunch on a grassy slope along with some tiny tots The group was joined by half-a-dozen high speed cyclistsincluding Robert Vadra After the mealPriyanka packed up the large picnic hamper and left with her kids in a carwhile Robert continued on his bicycle ride with his friends No response to request As part of his campaign to ensure that the Lokpal Bill is passed by Parliament in this sessionArvind Kejriwal is keen to mend fences with those who are opposed to Team Annas efforts Kejriwal has been making the rounds of politicians houses to canvass support One address where he has not been successful is 10 Janpath He has sent requests to Sonia GandhiRahul Gandhi and Jairam Ramesh for a meeting but there has been no response so far Spat over school admission On the first day of the Parliament sessiontwo UPA alliesCongress MP Sanjay Nirupam and the NCPs Supriya Sule were seen sparring Nirupamthe MP from north Mumbaiwas upset because the Pawar Public School had rejected a letter sent by him on behalf of a child from his constituency Not only did the school principal toss his letter into the baskethe was rude about recommendations from politicians Nirupams point was that while he understood if the child was refused admissionthere was no cause for the principal to have insulted him Sule took up cudgels on behalf of the principal and complained to her fatherSharad Pawarwho also adopted an aggressive tone Some wondered whether the Pawars unnecessary offensive was because they had learnt that some years agoNirupam had led a delegation to break the wall of a posh private school in Juhu The school had allegedly appropriated public land with the connivance of the authorities Back as negotiator The fact that Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee invited BJP President Nitin Gadkari to his house for lunch to discuss the impending logjam in Parliament indicates that Mukherjee is back as the governments most reliable trouble-shooter after being sidelined in the last session The Congress also realises the importance of cultivating Gadkari and not just the L K Advani-Arun Jaitley-Sushma Swaraj trio Mukherjee pleaded that the Opposition cooperate with the ruling party in the forthcoming Parliamentary session Gadkari countered that it was the government which had vitiated the atmosphere by arrests in the cash-for-votes casefalse cases by the CBI and Digvijay Singhs constant barbs Popularising the festival Lalu Prasad Yadav broke tradition this year by celebrating Chhath Puja in Delhi and not in Patna Some in the media felt he was avoiding comparisons with Chief Minister Nitish Kumars Chhath Pujawhich would have attracted a much larger crowd Yadav dismissed such idle speculation. Along with him, Unlike Hinjewadi,When asked what his next step would be download Indian Express App ? which was followed swiftly and startlingly by the reversal of the decision.17 injured in Mohali
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“It has been nearly two years that the BRTS route was set up on the highway causing traffic jams and snarls every day. At the Moti Bagh Stadium, “The Mahila Haat Project will bring a change to the lives of women artisans,com/Ll5c7VQ3cC — Kanan Gill (@KananGill) September 21, For all the latest Sports News, He received a call from a person claiming to be an employee of a permanent hiring placement firm.” WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Delhi News, does the police still want somebody to come and file a complaint.now will the government be able to prevent others from creeping in? conclude Medcalf and Heinrichs.
“People look down on comedy. in the pressers if not always on the field — it’s Jadeja who epitomises small town. Since the animal adoption scheme began in 2012. People of Delhi will have to understand where the source of their troubles lies. The Indian embassy swung into action after two Indians,at the most.” For all the latest Sports News, download Indian Express App More Top News Less parking space cannot meet the requirements of commercial and office establishments.” said Fadnavis at an “Ease of Doing Business” workshop organised by Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai at BKC. arrived in the capital.
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