Sunday, August 7, 2022

Children

500,000 Foreign Students Going to School in Iran

Iran is currently providing educational services for about half a million foreign students, according to the country’s deputy minister of education.

Colourful Fantasies of Down Syndrome Patient Displayed in Tehran

An exhibition of paintings by Nasrin Kishani, an Iranian artist with Down syndrome, was recently held at Tehran’s Shokouh Gallery, showcasing what’s going on in her subconscious.

Saudi, Israel Top Child Killers of 2018, UN Chief Reports

The United Nations has for the third year put Saudi Arabia and its allies in their military campaign against Yemen on the world body's blacklist of child killers,

Crocodile Bites Off Kid’s Arm in Iran

A huge mugger crocodile has bitten off the arm of a 10-year-old Iranian village girl who was washing clothes in a river in the southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan.

Japan Hosting Exhibition of Iranian Children Books

The International Library of Children's Literature (ILCL) is holding a book fair displaying Iranian literary works for children in Japan.

US Economic Terror Threatening Iranian Children with EB

Iranian children suffering from epidermolysis bullosa (EB) are seriously suffering due to a shortage of wound dressings as a result of sanctions imposed by the US against Tehran.

Iran Parliament Passes Bill that Lets Mothers Pass Nationality to Children

Iranian lawmakers have unanimously passed a bill presented by the government which allows children with an Iranian mother and a non-Iranian father to ask for the country’s citizenship.

Young Offenders Stage Play in Support of ‘Iranian Oliver Twists’

A group of Iranian teenagers from the Juvenile Detention Centre in Tehran have staged a play named Oliver Twist based on the famous classic of the same name by British writer Charles Dickens, as part of a campaign to “support Iranian Oliver Twists.”

Iran Working on Bill to Let Mothers Pass Their Nationality to Children

A bill has been presented to the Iranian parliament that would enable Iranian mothers to pass their nationality to their children.

Iran Uses Video Games to Boost Flood-Hit Children’s Morale

Iran Computer and Video Games Foundation has dispatched a video game van to a flood-hit area in the north to raise the morale of children in the makeshift camps.

Life Goes on for Children despite Deadly Floods in Iran

Iranian children in flood-hit areas are playfully living in their own world, with great hope about their lives, despite all the devastation and dozens of deaths caused by the recent floods across the country.

Iranian Charity Helping Hearing-Impaired Children

Iranian physicians have launched an audiometry charity foundation named “Forgiveness” that works as an NGO and helps hearing impaired children regain their hearing ability and raise awareness among their families.

Iran Leader Calls for Increased Efforts to Protect Family Foundation

Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has called for greater efforts for promoting family as the foundation of the Iranian society and countering plans by enemies of the mankind to eliminate families.

Iranian Baby Girl Becomes Nursing Mother for Blind Brother

A 5-year-old Iranian girl named Aynaz takes care of her visually impaired brother Assef like a perfect mother.

Top Iranian Cleric Condemns Beheading of Kid in Saudi Arabia

A senior Iranian Shiite cleric has vehemently condemned the beheading of a child by a Takfiri man in the city of Medina, Saudi Arabia.

6-Year-Old Boy Brutally Killed in Medina before Mother’s Eyes

A Saudi little boy, while on a pilgrimage to the holy city of Medina with his Shia mother, has been barbarously killed for unknown reasons, fueling speculations that he could have been a sectarian and hate crime victim, media reports say.

Traditional Recipe for Children’s Nutrition at School

The traditional Iranian medicine offers one of the best food patterns for school-age children who must follow a proper nutritional pattern to strengthen their memory and get the required energy for better learning.

Iranian Kids to Attend Abacus, Mental Arithmetic Contest in Malaysia

Thirty-five Iranian child and teenage geniuses will travel to Malaysia to participate in PAMA Global Abacus and Mental Arithmetic Championships.

‘Birth of Infants with Down Syndrome Almost Stopped in Iran’

Director of the Iranian Genetics Society says the birth of babies diagnosed with Down syndrome has almost stopped across the country.

Iranian Children Must Be Protected against Sanctions: UN

A UN official says children are innocent and should be protected against any negative impact of sanctions, the “harshest” of which were recently imposed by the US on the Islamic Republic.

Kurds in Iran Hold ‘Bride of the Rain’ Festival

The traditional ritual of praying for rain, also known as the ‘Bridge of the Rain’, is among the ancient traditions in Kurdish-populated regions in northwestern Iran.

‘Family Only Remedy for Loneliness Caused by Modernism’

Iranian Vice-President for Women and Family Affairs Massoumeh Ebtekar told the International Women and Justice Summit in Istanbul that family is the only remedy for the loneliness brought by modern life.

Iran Hosts International Storytelling Festival

The 21st edition of an international storytelling festival was recently held in several Iranian provinces, including Khorasan Razavi in the northeast, with the main goal of preserving the traditional art.

Kermanshah Hosts Doll Carnival on Quake Anniversary

Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults recently held a carnival of huge dolls in two cities in the western province of Kermanshah, which was hit by a devastating quake last year.

Little Girl Who Survived Iran Quake Finally Gets a House

A survivor of a family of six, all of whose members were killed in the 2017 deadly earthquake in Western Iran, has finally got a house and seen her dream come true.

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