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Across Africa, UNICEF works to help children survive and thrive.
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UNICEF DRC 9h
In response to the crisis that has impacted the DR , is allocating 700,000 USD to 🇯🇵🇨🇩 Press release:
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ICRC 10h
Thousands of people are forced to flee their homes every day, desperately searching for a safer, better life for themselves and their families. This , take a minute and put yourself in their shoes.
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UN Refugee Agency 13h
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UNICEF Africa 11h
In , a new community-led momentum is creating real hope to let . "We’re combining community-based delivery of childcare with nutritional and stimulation counselling to the parents."
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UNICEF Africa 13h
Relationships between refugees and host communities have blossomed in . This , watch, like and share a video on , and .
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UNICEF Africa 13h
is ! 15 year-old David Bior from South Sudan makes clay models - an activity encouraged at the Early Childhood Development centre in Nyumanzi Refugee Settlement, in Uganda
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UN Refugee Agency 18h
Protecting refugee children is a test of our humanity. By Filippo Grandi and Henrietta H. Fore on
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UNICEF The Gambia Jun 19
The love of football is not confined to national borders, support for refugee & migrant children shouldn’t be either. Be a gamechanger for refugee & migrant children by taking our challenge →
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UNICEF Africa 18h
Uganda is ! in do not live in camps, but live in settlements. Through the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework, Uganda provides plots of land for agricultural use to help support themselves and their families
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UNICEF Africa 18h
Uganda is ! Refugees need opportunities to thrive, and and are working hard to achieve this!
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UNHCR Uganda Jun 14
In this small market in Imvepi refugee settlement, the majority of businesses are run by refugees women from South Sudan. 80% refugees in Uganda are women & children struggling to make ends meet. Uganda Stands 📸 © UNHCR/Duniya Aslam Khan
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UN Refugee Agency Jun 19
Today is . Join us by sharing stories of welcome and compassion using to unlock the emoji.
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Muzoon  Al-Mellehan Jun 19
A year ago today I was appointed as 's youngest Goodwill Ambassador. I am incredibly proud of our work to champion education for refugee children. I know the difference education can make, it was my lifeline when I fled Syria.
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Unicef CHAD Jun 19
You don’t need super powers to be a super dad! Because raising children is not only a woman’s job, a super dad is one who knows that for his children & takes part in giving them the best start in life. Read the story of 5 =>
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UNICEF Africa Jun 19
“A child uprooted may be called a refugee, an internally displaced person or a migrant. But first and foremost, , no matter where they come from,” . ! Cup
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UNICEF Africa Jun 19
This World Cup, join and migrant children as they celebrate their love of football by taking the challenge. Your GOAL could be broadcast during the World Cup on billboards around the world. Take the challenge!
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UNICEF Education Jun 13
A good teacher is a HERO that can change a child's life. Retweet if you agree!
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UNICEF Guinea-Bissau Jun 6
June it’s the month of the Child! Let’s ensure that they keep their smile, promoting and protecting their Rights.
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UNICEF Africa Jun 19
Uganda is ! Refugees need opportunities to thrive, and are working hard to achieve this!
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UNICEF Africa Jun 19
is ! More than 10,000 Burundian children in Rwanda were vaccinated against polio and measles. Thank you for keeping
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