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          Grâce au soutien du CENADEP « Pour la dignité paysanne », un nouvel ouvrage présenté mardi au public      Cache   Translate Page      
Un nouveau-né dans la famille littéraire de la République démocratique du Congo. « Pour la dignité paysanne », c’est l’intitulé de ce nouvel ouvrage qui met en exergue des questions existentielles pour le développement de l’agriculture familiale en Rdc tout comme en Afrique. C’est le mardi 11 septembre courant que ce livre a été présenté au public par son auteur, M. Deogratias Niyonkuru, un ingénieur agronome d’expérience qui s’est inspiré de ses activités en Rdc, au Cameroun, et dans son pays le Burundi, ainsi que dans d’autres pays. Dans sa carrière de plus de 25 ans, il a eu aussi à créer une Ong dont les initiales sont ADISCICO avec l’ambition de créer un mouvement social. Profitant de la 5ème édition du Festival « Rumba Parade » organisé par le Centre Wallonie Bruxelles (CWB), la présentation de ce livre a bénéficié du soutien du Centre national d’appui au développement et à la participation populaire (CENADEP), une Ong de la Société civile congolaise. Son directeur général, M. Danny Singoma, a dans son mot de circonstance souligné que ce soutien a été possible puisque son organisation a toujours fait confiance au travail de l’auteur du livre, M. Deogratias Niyonkuru. Pour l’auteur, l’agriculture étant au cœur du développement, ce livre est édité pour soutenir et appuyer le travail des agriculteurs. Il déplore la pauvreté profonde qui sévit dans des communautés congolaises et africaines.  Par la même occasion, il a dénoncé ce que l’aide au développement a ravagé dans les sociétés africaines. Selon lui, l’aide a arraché la dignité des personnes. Et son livre, a-t-il avancé, vise à redonner aux communautés paysannes la dignité leur arrachée par l’aide. Voilà pourquoi il demande aux paysans producteurs agricoles de se lever pour défendre leurs intérêts et prendre leur destin en main. Dans son ouvrage, M. Niyonkuru pense qu’il faut croire à l’agriculture et que la pauvreté n’est pas égale au manque d’argent et de technologie. Il a expliqué au public les véritables causes de la pauvreté, dont le manque de confiance en soi, ainsi que la bataille des approches. Pour lui, les organisations paysannes ne sont pas le canal obligé. Elles ne sont pas la panacée… Mais elles peuvent avoir une réelle plus-value. Il a souligné tout de même que le manque de vision sociopolitique est le plus grand mal des organisations paysannes. Mais aussi, la complaisance dans l’aide. Ce livre parle également du financement des exploitations agricoles et des coopératives. Là-dessus, l’on indique qu’en Afrique, il y a seulement moins de 3% des crédits pour l’agriculture. La question fondamentale n’est pas l’argent, estime l’auteur de l’ouvrage « Pour la dignité paysanne ». Pourtant, il croit qu’il y a nécessité de subventions directes par l’Etat, ainsi que des projets novateurs rentables et durables à financer. M.Deogratias Niyonkuru a dans son ouvrage, expliqué aussi comment améliorer la part des paysans dans les chaines de valeur, et les fondamentaux de la feuille de route des pistes clé. Après sa présentation, la parole était accordée au président de la CONAPAC (Confédération nationale des producteurs agricoles du Congo), M. Mathusalem Paluku Mivimba, comme à un expert du Ministère de l’Agriculture, M. Paulin Osit, pour des contributions. Puis, le public était appelé à s’exprimer également pour un échange et plusieurs préoccupations ont été soulevées, voire des commentaires ou suggestions. A la suite desquels, l’auteur du livre a répondu aux différentes questions luis posées. Dans son commentaire, la représentante de l’Ong internationale S.O.S Faim en Rdc, Mme Mireille Mushikwabo, a soutenu que le message donné par l’auteur dans son ouvrage est très important et mérite d’être répercuté dans d’autres occasions et espaces. D’autant plus qu’il s’agit non seulement de la dignité des paysans, mais de toutes les populations. Lepetit Baende  
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          Re: Burundi gays grapple with HIV      Cache   Translate Page      
“I know so many married men in this town who sleep with gay men on the side...”

Local perceptions of homosexuality mean the distribution of lubricants and condoms has to be cloak-and-dagger, with many secretly homosexual men making calls and asking for the items to be despatched in plain envelopes to offices or residences, by people not associated with ARDHO.

"We never ask people for their ethnicity or religion before we give them medication or other HIV support, so why should we ask people about their sexuality?" ANSS founder Jeanne Gapiya, a prominent national HIV activist, told IRIN/PlusNews.

"The problem is that this is a hidden community, and the society is in denial about their existence."

In their latest national strategic plan, the National AIDS Control Council, CNLS, has included MSM in the list of people vulnerable to HIV.

"We realise that they are a marginalised group; we have started to invite them for meetings through their NGO, but the difficulty is we don't know who most of them are or how to reach them," Jean Rirangira, the interim executive secretary of CNLS, told IRIN/PlusNews.

Kanuma commented: "It's not just a problem for gay men; it's a problem for the whole society. I know so many married ['straight'] men in this town [the Burundian capital, Bujumbura] who sleep with gay men on the side. People would be surprised," he said.

"Silence is also what is killing us," he added. "I had a friend who had an STI for about one year - he was self-medicating until he eventually went to ANSS and got a proper diagnosis, and then he got better much quicker."

Kanuma has been writing newspaper articles and making guest appearances on private radio stations to raise awareness about MSM and HIV. "During every radio show I allow people to call in with questions and give out ARDHO's email address," he said. "We have more than 150 emails and so many calls, which shows that more information is still needed."

ARDHO is creating brochures detailing all the means of transmitting HIV, including male-male sex, for distribution in mainstream health centres; ANSS plans to send a doctor outside of Burundi for special training in the health issues of MSM to provide them with better healthcare.

HIV prevalence in Burundi has been declining since the late 1990s, but many surveillance sites have recently indicated an upward trend; in May, officials announced that HIV infection had risen from 3.5 percent in 2002 to 4.2 percent in 2008.

Although progress is slow, ARDHO and its partners are unwilling to push the government too hard, preferring to negotiate from a public health platform before demanding for equality under the law. "We need to tread carefully so we don't make the situation worse for gays in Burundi," Kanuma said.

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          Rencontres au Burundi      Cache   Translate Page      
Bonjour,

Nouveau à Bujumbura, je cherche des infos sur les rencontres possibles, bars, lieux de drague si ça existe et risques éventuels, attitude des gens, etc...
Je suis preneur de toute information sur le sujet .
Merci d'avance.
          Burundi'de Bm Yetkilileri "İstenmeyen Kişi" İlan Edildi      Cache   Translate Page      
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Hükümet, ülkedeki insan hakları ihlallerini inceleyen BM Soruşturma Komisyonu üyesi 3 yetkiliyi istenmeyen kişi ilan etti

          Comment on Joseph Kabila n’a même pas terminé l’école primaire, laisser maboko pembe Félix tranquille! by GERMAIN      Cache   Translate Page      
MES CHERS ET CHERES INTERNAUTES, UNE ERREUR S'EST GLISSEE SUR LES ETUDES UNIVERSITAIRES ET PROFESSION DE RAIS MUKUBWA MTOTO WA RWANDA-TANZANIA-UGANDA-BURUNDIA. IL Y A LIEU DE SAVOIR CECI QU'APRES LA DEFENSE DE SA THESE " POURQUOI MOI HIPPOLYTE KANAMBE AI CHOISI LE SAVANT PROF VITALOV KAMERHOV PROMOTEUR DE MA THESE ", A LA CELEBRE ET PRESTIGIEUSE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON D.C. LE MUKUBWA FAUX MTOTO WA KATANGA A ETE NOMME MAITRE DES TRAVAUX A L'UNIVERSITE MAKELA DO ZOMBO OU SON PREMIER ETOUDIA, JE DIS BIEN " ETOUDIA " A ETE CE FAMEUX GUEULARD ET IMPOLI " GRAND MUZOMBIAK ".
          World: Food Assistance Outlook Brief, September 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: Famine Early Warning System Network
Country: Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Uganda, World, Yemen, Zimbabwe

PROJECTED FOOD ASSISTANCE NEEDS FOR MARCH 2019

This brief summarizes FEWS NET’s most forward-looking analysis of projected emergency food assistance needs in FEWS NET coverage countries. The projected size of each country’s acutely food insecure population (IPC Phase 3 and higher) is compared to last year and the recent five-year average and categorized as Higher ( p), Similar ( u), or Lower ( q). Countries where external emergency food assistance needs are anticipated are identified. Projected lean season months highlighted in red indicate either an early start or an extension to the typical lean season. Additional information is provided for countries with large food insecure populations, an expectation of high severity, or where other key issues warrant additional discussion. Analytical confidence is lower in remote monitoring countries, denoted by “RM.” Visit www.fews.net for detailed country reports.


          Burundi:Le Haut-Commissariat aux droits de l'homme de l'ONU regrette le non-déploiement de ses experts      Cache   Translate Page      
[UN News] Devant le Conseil des droits de l'homme, la Haut-Commissaire adjointe des Nations Unies aux droits de l'homme, Kate Gilmore, a appelé le Burundi à renouer les contacts avec tous les organes internationaux de défense des droits de l'homme après sa décision de révoquer les visas accordés à trois experts du Haut-Commissariat.
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english language learners

As more English Language Learners (ELL) arrive on college campuses, it is imperative that institutions of higher education seek ways to engage and provide a supportive learning environment. An ELL student needs assessment was conducted at a small private college. Participants in two focus groups consisted of seven students from Bosnia, Burundi, Canada, El Salvador, Honduras, Jordan, and Vietnam.

The post English Language Learners’ Voices appeared first on Faculty Focus | Higher Ed Teaching & Learning.


          Helping the Burundian People Cope with the Economic Crisis       Cache   Translate Page      
Publisher: International Crisis Group (ICG) - Document type: Country Reports
          Burundi'de Birleşmiş Milletler yetkilileri istenmeyen kişi ilan edildi      Cache   Translate Page      
Burundi'de hükümet, ülkedeki insan hakları ihlallerini inceleyen Birleşmiş Milletler BM Soruşturma Komisyonu üyesi üç yetkiliyi istenmeyen kişi ilan etti.
          Kenya: Animated Video on Cross-Border Migrant Child Protection      Cache   Translate Page      
Organization: Save the Children
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 20 Sep 2018

Terms of Reference for Animated Video on Cross-Border Migrant Child Protection Mechanisms and Publication of Guidebook in line with Save the Children Branding Guidelines

  1. Background: Cross Border Coordination Mechanisms in East and Southern Africa

The last decade has seen a dramatic increase in the global mobility of people. The global regular migrant stock had reached 258 million by late 2017.1 Migrants from poorer countries, which are often harder to capture in official data, are of particular concern from a development and humanitarian perspective: they are often amongst the most vulnerable populations. Because of the overall rise of movement of people, there is also a marked increase of Children on the Move. This is particularly true for East and Southern Africa: even though children make up roughly 15% of the global international migrant stock, this proportion is dramatically larger in East and Southern Africa with 28.2% of recorded migrants being children.2 In some countries this ratio is even higher, with Ethiopia having 47% migrant children.

In many countries in East and Southern Africa clear child protection legislation is in place, but often it is only implicitly and by extension protecting migrant children, failing to recognize their specific risks.

The comprehensive protection of unaccompanied and separated migrant children (USMC) requires the coordination and cooperation of a large range of stakeholders, often from more than one country. Government departments mandated to protect vulnerable children have to interact with immigration and internal affairs departments, departments of education and health, and more particularly across borders, the protection of USMC requires close coordination between governments to ensure that case management is not disrupted or impeded by the national border, ensuring that the children's best interest is the most important guiding principle.

In Southern Africa, over the last 10 years, Save the Children has established bilateral cross-border coordination mechanisms between five governments, growing over the years into a significant improvement in the protection of USMC by harmonising case management, standard operating procedures, and facilitating communication. Save the Children's East and Southern Africa Regional Office's Regional Programming Unit (RPU) continues to work towards expanding the bilateral meetings, particularly in East Africa. In order to communicate this cost effective and successful approach to strengthening the protection of USMC, the RPU is looking to create a short form animated video and a high quality publication.

The video is intended to illustrate the cross-border mechanisms and how in the past 10 years, Save the Children, with support from various donors, has grown a bilateral meeting discussing USMC cases between South Africa and Zimbabwe into a regional mechanism covering most of Southern Africa. The video will make this complex process understandable to a broader audience, trying to generate interest in the approach amongst key stakeholders, partners and donors. Additionally, the video on the regional process will be a tool for country offices to try and increase government commitment, as well as engage neighbouring countries to expand the mechanism to more borders.

The RPU will additionally write a guidebook on establishing cross-border mechanisms for the protection of USMC. This guidebook will draw on the experience from country offices and the extensive project

1 UN DESA, International Migration Report 2017

2 Using UN DESA Migration Stock Data. Includes Botswana, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Somalia, Sudan, South Africa, South Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe documentation to develop a practical roadmap to help offer deep insights into the establishment of the meetings. This guide will be written in-house, but it will require graphic design and layout of the text into a publishable and printable PDF that conforms with the Save the Children branding guidelines, which will also nclude the design of key illustrations and visual elements.

  1. Save the Children - Regional Children on the Move Programme in East and Southern Africa The Regional Programming Unit's (RPU) Children on the Move programme seeks to protect children at risk of or undertaking unaccompanied and unsafe migration in East and Southern Africa through improved national and transnational migration management, including case management and access to child protection systems. It currently coordinates these efforts in Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

  2. Improved transnational cooperation and responsibility-sharing between governments to realise durable solutions for children affected by mixed migration.

  3. Develop an expanded evidence base to guide quality programming on addressing root causes of irregular migration, early unaccompanied economic migration, and preventing unsafe migration in East and Southern Africa.

  4. Improved family tracing and reunification procedures and case management to increase successful reunifications for children crossing borders between Botswana, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

The programme is also working with four partners in Botswana and Swaziland, integrating them into the broader COM programme that is active in Mozambique, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, in order to achieve that:

  • Children at risk of unaccompanied and unsafe migration in East and Southern Africa access essential and integrated protection, education and health services in countries of origin, transit and destination.

  • Civil society organizations are empowered to strengthen child protection and other essential services for child on the move, including survivors of sexual violence and exploitation in border towns, in Botswana, Swaziland, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia and South Africa.

  • Communities, including children, are empowered to transform existing social norms that perpetuate children's vulnerability to violence, incl. unsafe migration, PHP and sexual violence.

The RPU further provides cross-learning platforms and opportunities to exchange best practice and build a community of practice focused on child migration. At country level, programmes are context specific, utilizing evidence of national migration dynamics to try and effectively prevent unsafe migration by addressing push factors (e.g. through income generating projects, skills training of adolescents, positive discipline work to address violence at home and in schools) and strengthening national child protection systems to include migrant children (e.g. including unaccompanied and separated migrant children in alternative care systems, developing child migrant specific case management systems, strengthening FTR systems, etc.).

  1. Objective and Scope of Work

The required work is comprised of two components:

Component 1 - Five Minute Video

A short five-minute video, 2D or 3D animated, illustrating the cross-border coordination mechanism, including establishing of the meetings, the programming approach and the benefits of the cooperation of governments to the protection of USMC to a broad audience, including potential donors, NGOs, and government stakeholders.

The video should have a memorable, high quality artistic style that captures often complex processes in a simple and easy to understand narrative, featuring professional voice-overs.

For reference, please see screenshots from a previous video produced for a different project:

Component 2 - Graphic Design and Layout of Guidebook

Based on a 40-50 page word document, this component requires the design and layout of a booklet in line with the Save the Children branding guidelines, including illustrations/graphs/figures.

  1. Outputs/Deliverables

The project requires two key outputs:

  • Story board/narrative for 5-minute video for review

  • 5-minute 2D/3D animated video provided in a range of encoding qualities (preferably including UHD)

  • Layout and graphic design of 50 page A4 guidebook for PDF publication and print.

  • Roles and Responsibilities

The Consultant:

  • Regular and transparent reporting on progress to RPU, including any delays or challenges as they develop.

  • Development of visual style and script based on a provided narrative.

  • Development of required 2D or 3D assets.

  • Voice-over services.

  • Animation.

  • Graphic design and layout of 40-50-page document.

Save the Children and RPU: (based in Pretoria and Nairobi)

  • Providing a narrative for the video.

  • Assisting in the process of transforming the narrative into a script.

  • Inputting on visual style of animated video.

  • Providing 40-50-page document for graphic layout.

  • Inputting on visual style of Guidebook on Cross-Border Coordination.

  • Timeframe

  • 3 months - from September to November 2018.

  • Competencies

  • Experience in 2D/3D animations.

  • Experience in visualizing political/advocacy processes.

  • Experience in graphic design and layout of documents/booklets.

  • Experience working in the non -profit sector is an advantage.


How to apply:

Application Email: Please apply with a covering letter and up-to-date CV to: Esaro.procurement@savethechildren.org


          Trois diplomates sénégalais, camerounais et britannique déclarés « persona non gratta » au Burundi      Cache   Translate Page      
12 Septembre 2018. Bujumbura, Burundi, 12 septembre (Infosplusgabon) - Les trois experts indépendants des Nations unies, Doudou Diène du Sénégal, Lucy Aouagbor du Cameroun et Françoise Hampsor du Royaume uni sont déclarés « persona non grata sur l’ensemble du territoire national » pour un rapport «....
          CAN 2019 : LES HIRONDELLES DANS LE VISEUR DES AIGLES      Cache   Translate Page      
Les éliminatoires de la CAN 2019 vont entrer dans leur phase décisive, avec les 3è et 4è journées qui se disputeront dans un mois. Pour les Aigles, les deux journées seront marquées par une double confrontation avec le Burundi. La première manche se déroulera au stade du 26 Mars, le vendredi 12....
          Burundi: Le Conseil débat du refus du Burundi d’accorder l’accès au pays a l’équipe d’experts du Haut-Commissariat      Cache   Translate Page      
APRÈS MIDI. Il entend des déclarations au titre du droit de réponse suite au débat de ce jour sur la mise à jour orale faite hier par la Haut-Commissaire. GENEVE (11 septembre 2018) - Le Conseil des droits de l’homme a tenu cet après-midi un débat interactif avec la Haut-Commissaire adjointe aux....
          OCHA va continuer à soutenir le Burundi, assure Ursula Mueller      Cache   Translate Page      
PANA 09 septembre 2018 Bujumbura, Burundi - La Sous-Secrétaire générale des Nations Unies pour les affaires humanitaires et Coordonnatrice-adjointe des secours d’urgence, Ursula Mueller, a achevé samedi une mission de trois jours au Burundi pour réaffirmer le soutien continu de son agence à ce pays déchiré par les conflits.
          Refugee resettlement hits 10-year low      Cache   Translate Page      

Some 50,000 to 60,000 people fleeing war and persecution will start a new life and be on track for a new passport in 2018, but it will be the fewest number of refugees resettled globally any year since 2007, UN figures show.

 

The drop is mainly due to President Donald Trump’s administration slashing the US quota. The United States took in 68 percent of the 770,000 refugees permanently resettled in the last 10 years, according to the UN – an average of about 51,000 per year. But, this calendar year, fewer than 10,000 had made the journey to the United States by the end of July.

 

Developing regions host 85 percent of the world’s refugees, according to the UN’s refugee agency UNHCR.

 

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So, your country isn't keen to resettle refugees. Are you?

US refugee resettlement system reels from Trump ban

 

With one month to go in the 2017-2018 US financial year, government statistics suggest the United States will have taken in its lowest number of refugees since 1977. A State Department list shows 19,899 arrivals, and non-profit Refugee Council USA predicts a total of 22,000 by the end of September, the fiscal year-end. This number is less than half the reduced ceiling of 45,000 admissions announced by the Trump administration in September 2017. (A UNHCR official explained that the discrepancy between UN and US figures is because the United States also takes cases not referred through the UN refugee agency.)

 

Even with the limits imposed by the Trump administration, the United States will still take in more refugees than any other country. After a temporary increase around the Syrian crisis in 2016, other countries are barely matching their own 10-year averages, and none seem ready to start closing the gap left by US cuts.

 

 

Overall, some 126,000 refugees were given a route to permanent residency and citizenship in a new country in 2016, with Australia, Britain, Canada, and Norway taking in more than ever before. That now looks like a record that will not be surpassed for years.

 

European centrist politicians are reluctant to offer more help to refugees in this political climate for “fear of the populist movements”, explained Pål Nesse, senior advisor at the Norwegian Refugee Council. “We have to step up and do more,” he said, speaking particularly about Europe, while also pointing out that South American, Asian, and Middle Eastern countries could provide more resettlement places.

 

 

Nesse said the failure of rich countries to share the burden weakened their “legitimacy” in talks with developing countries, which “are hosting so many”. Without demonstrating initiative, Western countries cannot counter the accusation of trying to “export the problem”, he added.

 

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Is resettlement for 10 percent of refugees a pipe dream?

 

Refugee resettlement refers to permanent residency and eventual citizenship granted to refugees, usually in the United States, Canada, Australia or other developed economies in Europe. Typically, a family of resettled refugees will have already left their country of origin and found asylum in a neighbouring country. From there, particularly vulnerable or deserving cases can be recommended by UNHCR and put forward as candidates to potential host countries.

 

There are other paths to citizenship for refugees: Tanzania, for example, has granted citizenship to tens of thousands of long-term refugees from neighbouring Burundi. Germany may, eventually, grant citizenship to some of the hundreds of thousands of refugees it has taken in since 2015.

 

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          Burundi : le Haut-Commissariat aux droits de l'homme de l'ONU regrette le non-déploiement de ses experts      Cache   Translate Page      
NEW YORK, 12 September 2018 / PRN Africa / -- En vertu d'une résolution qu'il a adoptée le 28 septembre 2017, le Conseil des droits de l'homme attendait mercredi du Haut-Commissariat des Nations Unies aux droits de l'homme (HCDH) la présentation de son rapport final sur le Burundi après le déploiement de trois experts onusiens dans le pays.
          Burundi : le Haut-Commissariat aux droits de l'homme de l'ONU regrette le non-déploiement de ses experts      Cache   Translate Page      
NEW YORK, 12 September 2018 / PRN Africa / -- En vertu d'une résolution qu'il a adoptée le 28 septembre 2017, le Conseil des droits de l'homme attendait mercredi du Haut-Commissariat des Nations Unies aux droits de l'homme (HCDH) la présentation de son rapport final sur le Burundi après le déploiement de trois experts onusiens dans le pays.
          Causes of Morbidity and Mortality among Neonates and Children in Post-Conflict Burundi: A Cross-Sectional Retrospective Study.      Cache   Translate Page      
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Causes of Morbidity and Mortality among Neonates and Children in Post-Conflict Burundi: A Cross-Sectional Retrospective Study.

Children (Basel). 2018 Sep 08;5(9):

Authors: Moise IK

Abstract
The risk of a child dying before age five in Burundi is almost 1.6 times higher than that in the World Health Organization (WHO) African region. However, variations in the all-cause mortality rates across Burundi have not yet been measured directly at subnational levels, age group and by gender. The objective of this study was to describe the main causes of hospitalization and mortality in children during the neonatal period and at ages 1 to 59 months, for boys and girls, and to assess the total annual (2010) burden of under-five morbidity and mortality in hospitals using hospitalization records from 21 district hospitals. We found variation in the gender and regional distribution of the five leading causes of hospitalization and death of children under five. Although the five causes accounted for 89% (468/523) of all neonatal hospitalizations, three causes accounted for 93% (10,851/11,632) of all-cause hospitalizations for children ages 1 to 59 months (malaria, lung disease, and acute diarrhea), malaria accounted for 69% (1086/1566) of all deaths at ages 1 to 59 months. In Burundi, human malarial infections continue to be the main cause of hospitalization and mortality among under-five children.

PMID: 30205549 [PubMed]


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          ​La moda es una de las industrias clave que contribuyen a la esclavitud moderna      Cache   Translate Page      
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Aproximadamente 40 millones de personas en todo el mundo viven en la esclavitud moderna, el 71 por ciento de ellas son mujeres y la industria de la moda es la segunda mayor contribuyente a esta situación, según el Global Slavery Index 2018, publicado por la organización sin fines de lucro Walk Free Foundation. El estudio se basó en datos de 167 países y entrevistas personales con más de 71.000 personas en 52 idiomas.

El informe identificó los cinco principales productos en riesgo de esclavitud moderna en cada uno de los países del G20. Las prendas ocuparon el segundo lugar, después de la tecnología (computadoras portátiles, computadoras y teléfonos móviles). Les siguen el pescado, el cacao y la caña de azúcar.

Según el informe, la esclavitud moderna es más probable que suceda en regímenes represivos o en áreas de conflicto. Corea del Norte tiene la mayor prevalencia estimada de esclavitud, y la mayoría de las víctimas se ven obligadas a trabajar para el estado. El país es seguido por Eritrea, Burundi, República Centroafricana, Afganistán, Mauritania, Sudán del Sur, Pakistán, Camboya e Irán.

Aunque los ciudadanos de los países desarrollados corren un menor riesgo de ser víctimas de trabajo forzoso, los productos y ganancias de la esclavitud moderna a menudo cruzan las fronteras en un mundo globalizado. Juntos, los países del G20 importan 127,7 mil millones de dólares estadounidenses (97,25 mil millones de libras) de prendas de vestir anuales. Camboya, que ocupa el noveno lugar en la lista de países con mayor prevalencia estimada de esclavitud moderna, fue el cuarto mayor proveedor de ropa de la Unión Europea entre 2015 y 2017, según la compañía de investigación de mercado Statista.

"Al declarar la esclavitud moderna como un problema que ocurre 'allá', los países de alto PIB ignoran su culpabilidad por esta crisis de derechos humanos", dijo la Walk Free Foundation en el informe, señalando que solo siete de los veinte países más ricos han promulgado leyes o políticas para impedir que las empresas adquieran bienes y servicios producidos por el trabajo forzoso.

¿Qué pueden hacer los gobiernos y la industria de la moda para responder a la esclavitud moderna?

Entonces, ¿qué hacer para abordar este problema? La Walk Free Foundation enumeró una serie de recomendaciones para gobiernos y empresas, enfatizando la importancia de considerar el tema desde una perspectiva global. Los gobiernos de alto PIB deberían priorizar los derechos humanos en la toma de decisiones cuando se relacionan con regímenes represivos. También se les recomendó examinar cómo sus decisiones políticas pueden contribuir a la esclavitud moderna tanto en el país como en el extranjero. En cuanto a las empresas, la organización las insta a abordar el riesgo de la esclavitud moderna en sus cadenas de suministro, así como a proporcionar transparencia a consumidores e inversores.

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