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Across Africa, UNICEF works to help children survive and thrive.
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Marie-Pierre Poirier 11h
No words can console a family sending a child to school and not seeing her return home. We stand with the families of the missing
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Marie-Pierre Poirier 11h
We have not forgotten the girls. And now comes this new tragedy. My heart is with the missing .
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Marie-Pierre Poirier 12h
The attack is not just an attack on a school, it is an attack on all of us. My heart is with the missing .
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UNICEF Nigeria Feb 22
To save babies’ lives, the solutions are simple. Quality, affordable . Here’s how you can help →
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UNICEF Sierra Leone 13h
School is out and it's FRIDAY! Have a great weekend everyone!
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UNICEF Africa 14h
In West and Central Africa, the majority of newborn deaths are due to premature birth, complications during labour and delivery, and infections. Most of these deaths are preventable. Join us to save more babies' lives →
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UNICEF Africa Feb 22
Democratic Republic of the Congo lost 96k newborn babies in 2016. Most of them died of preventable causes. Join our campaign to help save babies’ lives today! →
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UNICEF Africa Feb 22
Do you remember your first day of school? For these women and girls, education can be expensive, rare and risky - but also a chance to hope for a better future via
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UNICEF Africa Feb 21
"It's better to deliver in a hospital, but I need to help my people." Meet Anger, a traditional birth attendant with some of the children that she has delivered in Warrap,. & partners are working hard to keep by training midwives.
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UNICEF Africa Feb 21
RT : Last month I met Heresa and her one-month-old son Trevor at Mama Lucy Kibaki Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya. Heresa is keeping Trevor's temperature, heart rate and breathing steady through skin-to-skin contact, otherwise known as Kangaroo Care.
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UNICEF Africa Feb 21
In Central African Republic, one of the most dangerous places to be born, there’s less than 3 doctors, nurses or midwives for every 10k people. Help us make it a safer place for every child →
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UNICEF Africa Feb 21
"I knew we'd have the best care” Mariam was determined to give baby Abdi the best start in life by delivering in a hospital in Galkayo, . Only 3 in 10 women in Somalia give birth in health facilities.
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UNICEF Nigeria Feb 19
Doctors. Nurses. Midwives. For mothers and babies, a safe pair of hands at birth can be the difference between life and death. Check how this heroic midwife supports mothers in NE
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UNICEF Africa Feb 20
"I had no choice... I had no money to spend on transport to the clinic." In her small domed shelter made of rags, plastic sheets and branches, Ubah Abdullahi gave birth to her baby daughter - after 12 hours of labour. 🌍:
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UNICEF Africa Feb 20
The smile of a loving mother holding her daughter's birth certificate in . Every child has the right to a birth certificate and protection. via
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UNICEF Africa Feb 20
Play and positive interactions at early age is key for children to develop their full potential. Have a nice week everyone!
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UNICEF Africa Feb 20
A safe pair of hands dramatically increases a newborn’s chances of survival. Help us make West and Central Africa a safer place for mothers and their babies →
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UNICEF Africa Feb 20
In Somalia, one of the most dangerous places to be born, there’s less than 1 doctor, nurse or midwife for every 10,000 people. Help us make the 🌍 a safer place for every child →
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UNICEF CAR Feb 20
“Every child deserves to survive” by
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UNICEF Africa Feb 19
Children are our future, but a number do not even live past one month. This should not be the case! The solution? Quality, affordable, healthcare.
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