On Thursday, February 6th, in the UN Correspondents Association room, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) held a press briefing to present an appeal for $683 million to urgently provide life-saving reproductive health and protection services to 48 million women, girls and young people, including 4 million pregnant women, living in 57 countries affected by conflict, war or natural disasters in 2020.
Speakers were: (from left to right in above photo)
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#Myanmar's military shouldn't even be allowed to purchase "camouflage underwear." - @SAdamsR2P Quote of the day from today's #Myanmar press conference on more than 205 NGOs urging the UN Security Council to finally authorize a global arms embargo. #WhatsHappeningInMyanmar twitter.com/SAdamsR2P/stat…
A serious topic, but I stand by my silly off-the-cuff comment that we want a global arms embargo to stop #Myanmar's military buying another bullet, bayonet, rifle or even "camouflage underwear" for their soldiers. #NotOneBulletMore https://t.co/1MeKiDt0dW— Simon Adams (@SAdamsR2P) May 5, 2021
Incredible that it took so long twitter.com/latimes/status…
More than 3 years ago, Bryan Chavez hugged his mom goodbye inside an immigration office, scared that he would never see her again.— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 5, 2021
On Tuesday, the pair were among the first families separated during the Trump administration to be reunited under Biden.https://t.co/V81A2kQ3Ng pic.twitter.com/PK9RLtdzTo