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Yet women workers on our farms, in our factories and fisheries, as domestic workers in our homes or as bonded labour at brick kilns are routinely taken for granted, and perhaps none more so than the millions of unseen, uncounted home-based workers.
In Kenya's latest daring bank heist, robbers stole as yet uncounted millions from Habib Bank on Koinange Street at the weekend.
Urging all concerned stakeholders mainly the government and organisations working for empowerment of these special people, the speakers said people with disabilities are mostly unseen, unheard and uncounted persons in Pakistan and they are the most marginalised group, hence government, media and academic institutions need to work together as a team to achieve the goal of social inclusion of persons with disabilities.
Even with the statistics, there are still 'many more (cancer cases) that remain uncounted, unrecorded and unreported,' said journalist Kara Magsanoc-Alikpala.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's popular vote victory continued to grow Monday as millions of ballots remained uncounted, according to the latest ballot tally (http://cookpolitical.
The four-day fare-up infighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan seems to have come to an end with the 1994 ceasefire re-established A total of 77 people died on both sides plus an uncounted number of cows.
Uncounted residents and constituents make an earmarked budget understated.
The latest is Rick Perry, who argues that the unemployment rate is a "sham" because it "leaves millions of American workers uncounted.
An official of STEP said one of the most marginalized groups in Pakistan Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) are mostly unseen, unheard and uncounted.
Some of the harrowing incidents recorded in The Uncounted Dead: farming's unofficial victims include: the 700,000 chickens who drowned on adjoining farms located on a flood plain (the company is rebuilding its sheds on the same site); and the 2,000 pigs who perished in a fire at a Lincolnshire farm, only for 670 more pigs to die at the same farm in another fire just six months later.
The source added that those forces began to progress after clashes that broke out this morning, where light and heavy weapons were used, adding that there are casualties in the ranks of the organization, which is uncounted yet.
Sing loud the songs of battle, Stand steady and true to the cause, Odds forever uncounted, But down fell friend and foe.
The country's GDP now includes previously uncounted industries like telecoms, information technology, music, online sales, airlines and film production.
was unimaginably insensitive, not only to the families of American servicemen lost, but to uncounted Iraqi lives shattered by him and his vice president, Dick ("never met a deferment I didn't take'') Cheney.
Analysts say Nigeria's economy could show growth of as much as 70 percent on Sunday when the finance minister announces figures to include previously uncounted industries like cell phones and IT, airlines and the Nollywood film industry that didn't exist when the last assessment was made in 1990.