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Across Africa, UNICEF works to help children survive and thrive.
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Marie-Pierre Poirier 18h
Go Latifa! Your generation can and will change the world. means endless possibilities and hope, and we are eager and ready to learn from our youth.
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UNICEF Nigeria 15h
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UNICEF Africa Apr 18
Shout out to all the out there 💙
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UNICEF Africa Apr 18
In countries affected by emergencies, only 1 in 3 children is enrolled in pre-primary education. The impact could last a lifetime. New report.
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Marie-Pierre Poirier Apr 18
Dozens of young people are travelling this week to the remote 🏝️ of and with to learn more about the impact of on their communities. Children can be powerful agents of change.
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UNICEF Guinea-Bissau Apr 15
Children and adolescents from 🇬🇼 and 🇸🇹 organize their forum during the CPLP Congress on environmental education to discuss climate change. This was a great opportunity for them to share ideas and experiences with their peers and with adults.
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UNICEF Africa Apr 17
Coming off the back of yesterday’s global launch of our series on with at , check out our latest blog on how to best ensure children living with disabilities in can go to school
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UNICEF Africa Apr 17
Young people are travelling this week to the remote 🏝️ of and with to learn more about the impact of on their communities. Children can be powerful agents of change.
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UNICEF Mali Apr 17
With almost nothing left of her family home in Ogossagou, Maimouna and her daughter now sleep on the other end of town, on a mat under a tree. Despite all she has been through, she wants to rebuild her family’s life in the village. “This is our ancestral home.”
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UNICEF Africa Apr 17
Since 2010, thanks to and other partners, more than 270 million people have been immunized with across Africa’s meningitis belt
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UNICEF Africa Apr 17
Don't miss this special edition on by the child and adolescents’ media network in this week. They are reporting from Cacheu as part of the with and
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UNICEF Africa Apr 16
The Wave Model: how to overcome the challenges of exclusion and poor-quality for children living with disabilities in .
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UNICEF Africa Apr 16
Over half of children under five years old in are chronically malnourished. Watch our film to learn more about Burundi’s efforts to tackle chronic malnutrition:
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Henrietta H. Fore Apr 13
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Over half of children under five years old in Burundi are chronically malnourished. and partners are working with the government to strengthen nutrition systems for the future. We can — and must — do more.
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UNICEF Mali Apr 15
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“Luckily, our team was immediately informed of the attack, so we were all on site when the patients began arriving. The support of partners such as UNICEF helped immensely to respond to the immediate needs.”
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UNICEF Mali Apr 15
Dr Mathias Diassana is the traumatologist of the regional hospital in Mopti. In his five years working at the hospital, he has never had as many patients in need of surgery at the same.
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UNICEF Benin Mar 6
et soutiennent le Gouvernement pr la vaccination de + de 5 millions d’enfants contre la rougeole et la rubéole. Chaque enfant a le droit à la !
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UNICEF Africa Apr 16
Next up in our series with , specialists Emma Sarton, , and Mark Smith cover a pragmatic approach to increasing inclusion in learning for children with disabilities across .
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UNICEF Mali Apr 16
In emergencies, diseases can break out and spread all too rapidly. Following the attack on Ogossagou, UNICEF supported a mass vaccination campaign led by the Ministry of Health to prevent future epidemics.
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UNICEF Africa Apr 16
30 young people from and are participating this week in to mobilize against and push for change in their communities.
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