India’s first "Migration Monitoring System" launched.

  • The first Migration Monitoring System of India has been launched in Mumbai with an aim to provide updated information on migrant pregnant women, lactating mothers and children instantly on a single system.
  • The system was launched by the Maharashtra Women and Child Development Minister, Mangalprabhat Lodha.
  • The system was developed by the Department of WCD.
  • It will track the movements of vulnerable seasonal migrant beneficiaries through unique identification numbers.

WHO launched One Health Joint Plan of Action.

  • One Health Joint Plan of Action was launched by Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), World Health Organization (WHO), and World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH).
  • Aim: To create a framework to integrate systems and capacity to collectively better prevent, and respond to health threats.
  • This plan will be applicable from 2022 to 2026 to reduce the health issues at the international, regional, and national levels.

PM launched Mission LiFE in Gujarat.

  • PM Modi has launched Mission LiFE in the presence of UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres at the Statue of Unity, Ekta Nagar, Kevadia, Gujarat.
  • Mission LiFE refers to Lifestyle for Environment.
  • Aim: To protect and preserve the environment.
  • This global movement will showcase sustainable goals and climate actions taken by countries and individuals around the world.
  • The UN Secretary-General and PM Modi have also launched booklet, logo, and tagline of Mission LiFE.

Honesty Shop launched for school students in Ernakulam, Kerala.

  • Honesty shops has been launched in the Ernakulam district of Kerala for students up to Class 12.
  • This initiative was launched by the Student police cadet.
  • Aim: To cultivate valuable lessons on trust, truth and integrity for students.
  • There will be no salesperson in these shops and neither will they have a shopkeeper present.
  • Students can choose items they need and drop the money for each item inside the collection box kept on a table.

FATF adds Myanmar to list of high-risk countries.

  • Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has added Myanmar to the list of high-risk countries, which is known as Black List.
  • Reason: Strategic deficiencies in regimes to counter money laundering, terrorist financing, and proliferation financing.
  • Myanmar is the third country to be added in this list along with North Korea and Iran, which have been on the high-risk list since 2020.
  • President of FATF: T. Raja Kumar.
  • FATF HQ: Paris, France.

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