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UNICEF Africa
Across Africa, UNICEF works to help children survive and thrive.
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UNICEF Africa 1h
Early stimulation & interaction with parents & caregivers jumpstarts the journey of brain development for children.
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Playing = learning. Play helps build a child's problem solving skills, equipping them for the future.
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UNICEF Africa 7h
Around 85M children are living in countries that don’t have policies to support children’s early brain development
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UNICEF Africa 8h
Only 15 countries worldwide have three essential national policies that support families with young children
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UNICEF Mali 22h
Watch at 22:24 local official Coulibaly advocates for child nutrition at the highest level in NY:
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UNICEF Mali Sep 20
Crown Princess Mary shook the hand of the Malian "Healthy, Not Hungry" award recipient Coulibaly in NY. :
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UN Climate Change Sep 20
Today at in NYC at 12:30 local time: High-level event on education, children, youth. Live stream on our page.
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UNICEF Mali Sep 19
Fighting against malnutrition in Mali is becoming a big and bigger priority. Stay tuned for a big announcement later today!
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UNICEF DR Congo Sep 20
"Sport speaks to youth in a language they understand" ~ RT to support child's right to leisure & play ⚽️🏈
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UNICEF Nigeria Sep 20
Young advocates for good hygiene! w/ funding from trains sch health environmental club members in Benue state on
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UNICEF Africa Sep 19
Sub-Saharan Africa’s Young Children Are Facing A Developmental Crisis (via )
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UNICEF Africa Sep 19
Child marriage shatters a girl's prospects for a healthy, successful life, triggering a cycle of poverty. We must
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UNICEF Africa Sep 19
Children learn best when parents are actively involved in their education.
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UNICEF Africa Sep 19
Replying to @UNICEFAfrica
"Investing in children through & is one of the smartest investments a country can make" - Pablo Stansbery, UNICEF.
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UNICEF Africa Sep 19
We are ! Here are some of our favorite pictures from
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UNICEF Africa Sep 19
Replying to @UNICEF_Moz
"Children who attend have higher math & reading skills" - Marcoluigi Corsi,
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UNICEF Moçambique Sep 18
Children (5y) from Nheleti sing about their rights. This is why we must invest in .
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UNICEF Africa Sep 19
is this week hosting the Education Workshop with
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UNICEF DR Congo Sep 19
Tragic. Monique holds the last memory of her baby who passed away while hiding in the forest.
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