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Across Africa, UNICEF works to help children survive and thrive.
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UNICEF Africa Nov 16
More than 1.3 million children under five years of age in need of treatment for severe acute malnutrition across six Africa’s Sahel countries are expected to receive care in 2018. With support from EU humanitarian aid, we’re making a difference.
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UNICEF Africa Nov 15
More than 75% of newborn deaths in the World occur in sub-Saharan and . Low-cost, high-impact solutions like can save thousands of babies
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UNICEF Africa Nov 15
Babies born prematurely are the most vulnerable members of every society in the world.
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UNICEF Supply Nov 14
UNICEF aims to reach 60 million in the next 3 yrs w/ access to basic sanitation. West & Central Africa industry consultations are a strong signal to businesses on the market opportunities & urgent need to join this effort . More:
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UNICEF Africa Nov 15
In our latest on curriculum reform with , Roger Cunningham stresses basic literacy and numeracy skills over other curriculum areas are needed in order to create real change. Read more here
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UNICEF Africa Nov 14
NEW: Read our latest on how to improve learning in Eastern and Southern with . Author Roger Cunningham challenges the current approach to curriculum reform and argues that successful reform requires change across all areas
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UNICEF Nigeria Nov 13
Replying to @UNICEF_Nigeria
"Toilet facilities should be sustainable and of good quality." - Helene Bragori, Rural Sanitation Director, Cote d'Ivoire. Pour chaque enfant, l'assainissement! 🚽
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UNICEF Nigeria Nov 13
Replying to @ZaidJurji
"In , the private sector is very vibrant. The private sector should take advantage of the enormous opportunities in the sector to expand business." - our Chief of WASH sharing Nigeria's context in strengthening sanitation markets.
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UNICEF Nigeria Nov 13
Replying to @UNICEF
122 million people in West & Central Africa practise open defecation. Ruben Bayiha, WASH manager at WCARO office, discusses the status of in West & Central Africa region. 🚽
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UNICEF Nigeria Nov 13
Replying to @unicefsupply
"Without addressing issues relating to , we'll still have disease outbreaks." - Etleva Kadilli, Director . 🚽
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UNICEF Nigeria Nov 13
Replying to @unicefsupply
Peter Harvey from discusses market shaping strategy, highlighting the sanitation value chain. 🚽
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Mohamed M. M. Fall Nov 13
Delighted to be in the opening of the Sanitation Marketing Consultation: We need the private sector – its strategic thinking & innovation they bring to finding answers to big problems – to address the challenge of & in # Nigeria &
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UNICEF Benin Nov 12
et ont signé un Accord de coopération pr lutter contre la traite transfrontalière des enfants. Un pas important vers + de protection des enfants et la fin de l'impunité des traficants.
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UNICEF Gabon Nov 12
"Today, the governments of Gabon and Benin signed a cooperation agreement to fight against cross-border , a major milestone for the of victims and the fight against traffickers " Stephan Grieb, Representative
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Marie-Pierre Poirier Nov 9
Replying to @MariePierre_P
A simple, free and highly effective follow up that ensures all births are recorded.
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Marie-Pierre Poirier Nov 9
Engaging an open dialogue on health and youth issues is essential to address and resolve sensitive protection issues affecting communities.
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Marie-Pierre Poirier Nov 9
Replying to @MariePierre_P
This integrated community-led total sanitation initiative in Senegal shows that investing in water and sanitation programmes is essential to reduce of children.
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Marie-Pierre Poirier Nov 9
Replying to @MariePierre_P
The integrated programme has helped improve indicators in region. All children are fully immunized, all homes have functional latrines and a hand-washing disposal. There is not a single case of severe malnutrition in the area!
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Marie-Pierre Poirier Nov 9
In supporting Senegal's efforts to reduce maternal and child mortality, the United Nations are funding a programme integrating health, education and nutrition Kolda region, with interventions focused on water, hygiene and sanitation.
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UNICEF Education Nov 9
Ensuring gender equality in is a collective effort in which all actors make a concerted effort to meet their responsibilities. → v/
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