Limited access to water, sanitation, and hygiene, or WASH, can cause conflict in certain parts of the world and WASH facilities can become casualties in disputes. But WASH also has a role to play in peacekeeping, according to experts Kelly Ann Naylor, associate director of WASH at UNICEF, and Gidon Bromberg, Israeli Director of EcoPeace Middle East, who join Amruta and Rebecca in this episode.
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Judge George McKinnis and his wife have lived in Bronxville, NY, for over 40 years. They have two grown sons. He served two tours of duty as an Infantry officer and is now retired from the US Army Reserves. He has performed various services for his community, from being legal counsel to the...
The COVID-19 pandemic has raised concerns about the mental health of a generation of children. But the pandemic may represent the tip of a mental health iceberg – an iceberg we have ignored for far too long. The State of the World’s Children 2021 examines child, adolescent, and caregiver mental...