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Across Africa, UNICEF works to help children survive and thrive.
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The benefits of giving girls equal opportunities to learn are immense —from reductions in child and maternal deaths to increased lifetime earnings and national economic growth rates.
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UNICEF Africa Jan 18
Des outils innovants existent pour accroître la couverture du dépistage et traitement du VIH pour les enfants et adolescents, facilitant ainsi l'accès précoce au dépistage et aux soins.
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UNICEF Africa Jan 18
With education, skills and empowerment, young people can make the most of their talents and potential and contribute to the peace and prosperity of their communities.
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UNICEF Africa Jan 18
Innovative tools exist to increase coverage for HIV testing and treatment services for children and adolescents, facilitating early access to diagnosis and care.
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UNICEF Africa Jan 17
Eliminer la transmission du VIH de la mère à l’enfant en Afrique de l’Ouest et du Centre requiert un meilleur accès des femmes enceintes et allaitantes, et nouveau-nés aux services de prévention du VIH.
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UNICEF Africa Jan 16
Eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV in West and Central Africa requires a better access to HIV prevention services during pregnancy and breastfeeding for women and newborns.
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UNICEF Africa Jan 16
Today, West and Central Africa Governments and partners renew their commitment to accelerate the HIV response for children and adolescents in the region. @FreeToShineAfrica
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UNICEF Africa Jan 16
The Burundi situation remains one of the least funded refugee crises in the world
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UNICEF Africa Jan 16
Each additional year of schooling for children increases the average annual GDP of nation by 0.37%.
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UNICEF Africa Jan 16
Aujourd’hui, les Gouvernements et partenaires d’Afrique de l’Ouest et du Centre renouvellent leur engagement d’accélérer la riposte au VIH chez les enfants et adolescents.
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UNICEF Africa Jan 15
L’adoption et l’extension de l’approche familiale du dépistage et traitement du VIH sont essentiels afin d’améliorer l’identification précoce des membres de la famille non traités, en particulier des enfants.
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UNICEF Africa Jan 15
Adoption and scaling up of family-centered HIV testing and care approaches, including family-based HIV testing, is key to improve the early identification of untreated family members, especially children.
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UNICEF Africa Jan 14
L'Afrique de l’Ouest et du Centre est à la traîne dans la réponse mondiale au VIH. Il est urgent d’accélérer la riposte chez les enfants et les adolescents:
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UNICEF Africa Jan 14
West and Central lags behind in global response. Stepping up HIV response for children and adolescents is urgently needed:
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UNICEF Africa Jan 13
Invest in the children of today so they can turn into the highly skilled, healthy and educated workforce of tomorrow.
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UNICEF Africa Jan 12
👶👶🏻👶🏼👶🏽👶🏾👶🏿 May this stunning video of New Year baby from Nigeria fill you with hope for 2019!
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UNICEF Africa Jan 11
Un voyage en images dans la forêt centrafricaine. En 2019, va distribuer du matériel scolaire à plus de 300 000 enfants, y compris ceux vivant dans les villages les plus isolés.
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UNICEF Africa Jan 11
Improving secondary school enrolment and quality by $22.60 per child per year could produce 12 times the economic benefits by 2030.
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UNICEF Africa Jan 11
The teams travel the extra mile to provide , including in the beautiful and majestic of Central African Republic
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UNICEF Africa Jan 10
Investment in youth means an investment in the future.
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