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Across Africa, UNICEF works to help children survive and thrive.
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As of end of February, less than USD 100k has been received for humanitarian response in , leaving a funding gap of USD 23.3 m. It is urgent to mobilize these much-needed resources, as a new crisis is emerging in the North West and South West regions.
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UNICEF Africa Apr 21
Girls' child education under attack in some areas of Nigeria: a powerful narration from Fatima, 17. The Africa she wants is one that will promote girls and allow them to dream and realize their rights.
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UNICEF Africa Apr 20
Halima was married at 14. She never attended school, unlike her brothers. She says poverty is one of the main causes of in her village in .
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Marie-Pierre Poirier Apr 20
The challenges we face in West and Central Africa region are huge but the commitment of our on the ground are tremendous. A very warm THANK YOU for your extraordinary engagement in the field and in offices.
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Marie-Pierre Poirier Apr 19
2/2 - Also to ; ; ; unicef Lithuania and UNICEF´s Private Fundraising and Partnerships Division (PFP) in Geneva. Renewing trust and building strong partnerships can bring positive change in the lives of the children and adolescents we serve.
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Marie-Pierre Poirier Apr 19
1/2 My sincere thanks for visiting our region to explore ways to deliver for children: UNICEF Magyar Bizottság; ; ; UNICEF Slovensko; ; ; ; UNICEF Hong Kong; ; ; ;
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UNICEF Africa Apr 19
To decrease the 4% rate of HIV infection in The Central African Republic, supports advocacy activities and prevention of transmission from mother to infant, as well as treatment for children and adolescents.
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UNICEF Africa Apr 18
The Central African Republic has nearly 700,000 displaced and nearly 550,000 people who are refugees in neighbouring countries; half of them are . One in 4 kids is growing up away from home.
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Marie-Pierre Poirier Apr 17
Africa’s prosperity will depend on whether children – particularly the most disadvantaged – are prioritized in policy decisions being taken today. The investment choices being made now will impact the well-being of Africa’s and shape the continent’s future.
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UNICEF Africa Apr 17
“Children have the right to education and protection, and the classroom must be a place where they are safe from harm.” representative .
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UNICEF Africa Apr 16
Stop searching for your 😄 Thanks
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Unicef CHAD Apr 15
It’s Sunday ! And Zara and her girlfriends are quiet in their corner to blow balloons. Please RT to wish them a
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UNICEF Africa Apr 15
A strong Africa! For Elie, 18, all children in Africa should access adequate food and healthcare. Listen to the story he is sharing about the Africa he wants :
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UNICEF Africa Apr 14
Malika, 5 months, was admitted at a treatment centre operated by the government of and partners, to her mom’s relief: "I knew the symptoms of meningitis because I study health. I was scared to lose my first child and I am so happy with the quality of the treatment here."
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UNICEF DRC Apr 13
Hope! Lots and lots of hope 😀
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Unicef CHAD Apr 13
TGIF ! 😊 It's Friday ! 😊 By car, motorcycle, bike or on foot, let's go to this promising 😉 Ache and her sister go there on donkeys. RT to the max to encourage them.
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UNICEF Africa Apr 13
: African youth are the least connected. Around 60 per cent are not online, compared with just 4 per cent in Europe.
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UNICEF Africa Apr 12
In , UNICEF develops menstrual health management tools to increase girls’ knowledge & give them practical tools. In clubs, girls talk about menstrual hygiene & other issues that can affect them such as child marriage, HIV/AIDS, early pregnancy.
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UNICEF Africa Apr 12
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UNICEF Africa Apr 12
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