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Most dangerous countries in the world for women have been named in a 2018 survey by the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

India was ranked in first place followed by war-torn Afghanistan and Syria.

Most surprising is that the US was revealed as the tenth most dangerous country for women on the planet.

Around 550 experts on women’s issues were surveyed for the the poll, which was previously carried out in 2011 when the most dangerous countries for women were identified as Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Pakistan, India and Somalia.

The experts were asked which five of the 193 United Nations member states were most dangerous for women and the worst for healthcare, economic resources, traditional practices, sexual and non-sexual abuse, and human trafficking.

India named as most dangerous country in the world for women by Thomson Reuters Foundation poll - and the US also made the top 10

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Two-year-old Amelie had a new baby brother. Amelie was much loved and her parents expected that she would welcome baby Noah with their support. Although Amelie was loving towards the baby, she became very clingy to her mother, started to show off when visitors came to admire the baby and no longer wanted to go to the playgroup that she had always loved. Her parents gave her as much time and love as they could and allowed her to decide for herself whether or not to go to playgroup. Over the next few weeks Amelie gradually became more like her old happy self and one day said that she would like to go to playgroup again.

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Adults sometimes look back on their childhood as a time when they were always happy, but life’s ups and downs are a part of childhood too. Children need to build resilience skills to be able to both enjoy good times and deal with hard times. Helping children learn how to manage life’s ups and downs and build their coping skills supports their mental health and wellbeing now and into the future.Feeling good protects mental health and wellbeing.

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Of those who enrolled during open enrollment, more than 94,000 were returning customers, and about 47,000 were new to the marketplace in 2015. See detailed enrollment metrics such as enrollment by age group, average premiums with and without tax credits, and much more.

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Governor Hickenlooper signed Senate Bill 19 into law in April 2015, allowing for a comprehensive performance audit of Connect for Health Colorado. The evaluation will be much more than a standard financial audit, and includes a “complete and thorough audit of the operation of the exchange.” But as of late 2015, the audit had not yet been performed.

The Connect for Health board approved a $66.4 million budget for the fiscal year running from July 1, 2014, to June 30, 2015. The budget included a $1.25 per-policy-per-month assessment on insurance carriers (this has increased to $1.80 in 2016), which officials say will allow the marketplace to maintain an operating reserve of $13 million. The assessment applies to all policies, not just those sold through the marketplace. According to Health News Colorado , the 2015 budget included:

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In September 2014, the board approved $3.5 million for additional technology licensing fees.

In November 2014, Connect for Health sought a $4 million increase for the service center, explaining that the money was needed to handle higher than anticipated call volume due to a big change in subsidy amounts between 2014 and 2015. The board did not immediately approve the requested increase. Rather, it approved $875,000 at the time and an additional $300,000 in December.

In January 2015, the Connect for Health board of directors approved $322,000 in emergency spending to address enrollment system problems . The emergency spending was needed to fund workarounds to help people complete the enrollment process, but did not address the underlying problem.

In early February, Connect for Health requested $2.8 million again for the service center. The board deferred making a decision.

In 2014, Connect for Health Colorado far exceeded the qualified health plan (QHP) enrollment target of 92,000 set by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Connect for Health Colorado announced more than 129,000 people had signed up for QHPs as of April 23. Through special enrollment periods, QHP enrollment grew to 137,000 as of mid-2014. In addition, nearly 182,000 people qualified for the state’s expanded Medicaid program.

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