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UNICEF 2h
It's no exaggeration to say Jean-Pierre is saving lives with his megaphone. In DR Congo, fearless colleagues like him are helping prevent the spread of Ebola.
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A better internet starts with YOU ♥️ online.
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Katheleh, 4, and her mother were evacuated from their home after devastated islands across the Bahamas. We’re helping families access clean water and other essential supplies. You can help. 👇
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Najiba holds her nephew Shabir, 2, who was injured in a bomb blast that killed his sister on their way to school in Kabul, Afghanistan. is holding a special exhibition to mark 30 years of child rights.
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UNICEF 15h
This is how a UNICEF-supported project is helping break the silence about menstruation in Pakistan.
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GPE 22h
Investments in education are the most effective - and lead to the most equitable outcomes - when they focus on the early years. Find out more 👉
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It’s harmful. It’s ineffective. It doesn’t work. The Network on Migration calls governments to end detention of migrant children. There are cheaper, more effective alternatives that protect and keep families together.
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UNICEF 18h
Dear parents, This is a wake-up call. Young people are speaking out to demand the safety and dignity they deserve at school. They can’t do it without you. This is how you can take action to in schools.
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IOM - UN Migration Sep 16
Families belong together. The Network on Migration calls governments to end child immigration detention and adopt more humane solutions in line with international law.
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UNICEF 20h
We need action to protect children's rights. This is the message Felipe, 17, and Alexandria, 14, delivered at the opening of our Executive Board last week.
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stefan peterson Sep 14
Here’s what we do in Health :
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Henrietta H. Fore 22h
Quality pre-primary education is the foundation of a child’s learning journey: every stage of education that follows relies on its success. Together with and , we urge governments and partners to invest in .
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After his mum and dad were diagnosed with Ebola, Josue was taken into a UNICEF nursery and cared for by Jemima. Tragically Josue’s mother didn’t survive the virus, but his father did. UNICEF is helping assist 4,000 children separated or orphaned by the disease.
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UNICEF Sep 16
John and his parents stand outside a church on Abaco Island where they’re sheltering after their home was damaged by . Thousands have been left homeless after the hurricane ripped through the Bahamas. We’re providing urgent aid. 👉
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UNICEF Sep 16
Young people are demanding action to in schools. They can’t do it without you! We know it can be hard to know what to do. Young people have told us what they want 👇.
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UNICEF Sep 15
Education is every child’s right, yet over 50% of children aged 7 to 16 are not in school in Niger. We’re working tirelessly to change that. , ✏️📚
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UNICEF Sep 15
Muzuri speaks to fellow motorcycle taxi drivers about how to spot and prevent Ebola in Kahisi, a major transport hub in Goma, DR Congo. His team, supported by , reaches up to 150 drivers each day.
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UNICEF Sep 15
This is a lifeline. After months of being trapped in Mosul, Iraq, with a shortage of food and water, these could finally access emergency supplies. is holding a special exhibition to mark 30 years of child rights.
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UNICEF Sep 15
It happened when you were at school. It’s still happening now while your child is there. Check out our tips on how you can speak to policymakers to prevent and address violence in schools 👇 .
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UNICEF Sep 15
They have dreams. They have hopes. They have rights. , no matter what.
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