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In a split second this teenager’s life changed forever.
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A sweet 💙 with a big 💙 Happy birthday ! Thank you for raising your voice !
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So focused! Educate a girl, change the world. , 📚✏️
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There are plenty of that cause more harm than help. 18-year-old Aruzhan and four other teenagers share their stories of overcoming suicidal thoughts. Today, share these far and wide. It may help someone →
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This is a once in a generation opportunity. The Global Compact has the potential to transform the lives of millions of children. This will be the most concrete – and most important – measure of its success.
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Bright as a 🌟 How do you say in your language?
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Say ‘ahhhhh’! This girl is getting a dose of vitamin A at a UNICEF-supported health centre in the Punjab Province of Pakistan.
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UNICEF Feb 18
Fatouma once used her hands to cut. Now she uses them to bring babies into the world. It’s in all our hands to , forever.
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UNICEF Feb 18
❤️ 18-year-old Amal shares her love from her visit to Jerusalem. She’s one of 16 Palestinian students who left the Gaza Strip for the first time in their lives as part of an educational trip we organized.
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UNICEF Feb 18
Love! A sustainable future is possible when you pay attention to the beginning of life ❤️.
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UNICEF Feb 18
Imagine losing your parents and siblings. Now imagine you’re only 14. This is Rafiq's story of surviving the Tula Toli massacre in Myanmar.
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UNICEF Feb 18
Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo is fueling one of the world’s worst displacement crises. More than 800k children are on the move.
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UNICEF Feb 17
Helping students to focus on values, not violence in Jamaica →
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UNICEF Feb 17
This cheerful girl is collecting water from a -supported water point at a camp for Rohingya refugees.
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UNICEF Feb 17
Fake profiles. Fake names. Fake conversations. Powerful spoken word poem by . online
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UNICEF Feb 17
There’s nothing romantic about girls becoming child brides. Stand with girls saying
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UNICEF Feb 17
Health. Hope. Happiness. Every child has a right to fulfill their potential. Thanks !
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UNICEF Feb 17
Hungry. Desperate. Struggling to survive. A Rohingya mother’s heartbreak on not being able to feed her child.
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UNICEF Feb 17
Katouma, 5, waits to see a doctor at a UNICEF-supported hospital in Chad. More than 2.3 million people have been displaced by conflict across the region. More than half are children.
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UNICEF Feb 16
Remember the name of your first stuffed animal? like this little one in Côte d’Ivoire, imagination ✨.
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