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Attacks on children must stop.
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UNICEF 25m
For children, itโ€™s not just playing in a box! ๐Ÿ›ซ
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UNICEF 4h
What's the one thing that could always make you smile as a child? , ๐Ÿ’™
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UNICEF 7h
Parents need time and support to give their children the best start in life. This is what businesses can do to help.
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UNICEF 10h
The internet opens up a world of opportunities and challenges. Young people share what it's like growing up online - the good ๐Ÿ˜€ and the bad ๐Ÿ˜”. online.
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UNICEF 12h
Gang-related violence. Organized crime. Extreme poverty. These are some of the reasons why families from Central America make the difficult decision to pack up their lives and leave their homes. Weโ€™re on the ground helping to protect .
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UNICEF 14h
More violent conflicts are happening now than at any other time in the past 30 years. Yet even as wars rage, we must never accept attacks on children.
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UNICEF Yemen 22h
Our vaccinators need strong legs! ๐Ÿ—ป๐Ÿฅพ๐Ÿฅพ With support, they walk on rocky paths several hours a day to give a chance to children living in remote areas to get vaccinated and be protected from preventable diseases, here in , .
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UNICEF 15h
Rights do not end when you cross a border. We're working at the border between Guatemala and Mexico to keep migrant children and young people safe. no matter what.
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United Nations Feb 15
Over 2,000 children were registered as "stateless" in Europe last year - leaving them essentially "invisible". & are calling for urgent action to ensure all children can say: .
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UNICEF 17h
What was the first ever emoji? Take our quiz to find out ๐Ÿ‘‰ย  online.
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UNICEF Feb 15
"My biggest wish is to get better, so I can play football again.โ€ 14-year-old Ahmad was injured in Syria seven years ago. Thanks to , heโ€™s getting the surgery he so desperately needs to walk again.
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UNICEF Feb 15
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Huge congratulations and Orlando from your friends at UNICEF!!
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UNICEF Feb 15
17-year-old Benoite dreams of becoming a doctor and living in peace. This is her story ๐Ÿ‘‡
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UNICEF Feb 15
The Philippines was on its way to ending measles in 2010. Last year, there were over 5,000 cases. This is why.
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UN Humanitarian Feb 15
Little Fawaz survived against all odds. Heโ€™s a glimmer of hope in .
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UNICEF Feb 15
A lesson learned. A life lost. For millions of students around the world violence is an everyday lesson. This must STOP. Together, we can in schools.
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UNICEF Feb 15
Off to school with bags full of hope. We just supplied backpacks, books and stationary for 8,000 eager young minds in Rukban, . They're facing overcrowded mud classrooms but they're determined to learn and they deserve every chance.
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UNICEF Feb 15
What parental support do you get from your employer or government in your country?
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UNICEF Feb 15
It's every parent's nightmare. These mothers are stranded in the remote camp of Rukban, , with seriously ill children and no way to treat them. Families need ongoing and unconditional access to humanitarian aid now.
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UNICEF Feb 15
Support. Education. And above all, protection. For children living in the largest refugee reception centre in Greece, a safe place to learn and play is a place to overcome the trauma of fleeing home.
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