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UNICEF has been supporting the rights of ALL children since 1948 تـعمل اليونيسف على مناصرة حقوق الطفل في لبنان منذ العام ١٩٤٨
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UNICEF Dec 11
Who’s Steve? Think before you accept. online.
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ESCWA Dec 8
Our celebration is colourful! Today we marked the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of with women & youth from our local community. Honouring human rights in real life is vital to preventing violence & building peace.
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UNICEF LEBANON Dec 8
There’s always light in the darkness. Displaced by conflict, children from find
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UNICEF LEBANON Dec 6
“My favorite teacher is Ms. Fatima. She loves all of us, and she treats us as equals." Islam,…
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UNICEF LEBANON Dec 5
Calling all rock-star engineers out there who are experienced Python users and team leaders to apply. Join our...
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Sonbola Dec 5
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UNICEF Nov 30
"We go to school but some of the children don't…” 11-year-old Syrian refugee, Islam, tells us about her life in Lebanon.
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UNICEF LEBANON Dec 3
In his heart and mind, Dirar, 15, is a child no matter how old he gets. On Intl Day of Persons with Disabilities find out how we’re making sure children with disabilities get the help they need to work by themselves and gain self-confidence:
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UNICEF LEBANON Dec 3
Learn more about UNICEF’s work to integrate children with disabilities into mainstream activities, that allow them to work by themselves and to gain self-confidence. , the right to be included.
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UNICEF LEBANON Dec 3
It’s Intl Day of Persons with Disabilities! , the right to be included. RT if you agree!
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EUinLebanon Nov 29
Every effort helps when it comes to protecting Lebanon's shores and ensuring they are free from pollution. for a cleaner, greener !
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UNICEF LEBANON Nov 29
The SGBVTF in Lebanon creates a safe haven for women and girls in safe spaces, where they can live to their full potential & get medical, legal and psycho-social services they need. 85% report feeling empowered.
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UNICEF LEBANON Nov 28
47% of survivors have declined access to justice. The SGBVTF in Lebanon encourages all stakeholders to expand legal protection and services available for survivors of domestic violence.
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Geert Cappelaere Nov 27
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James Cranwell-Ward Nov 28
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UNICEF LEBANON Nov 28
“I tell my friends that getting married early will deprive them from their childhood, said, 16 year old Syrian refugee in Lebanon. Raising awareness of consequences of early marriage remains a priority for the in Lebanon.
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UNICEF LEBANON Nov 27
Due to fear and widespread acceptance of violence, 1 in 3 survivors seek help more than 1 month after the incident occurred. Predictable & long term funding is needed to support survivors
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UNICEF LEBANON Nov 27
and continue to feel unsafe in their homes. Up to 70% have reported incidents of domestic violence, perpetrated by family members.
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UNICEF LEBANON Nov 27
Spread the word! Call for Proposal for Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) who would like to partner with us in...
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Hugo Shorter Nov 25
'Arab Women Speak Out' Programme supported by UK/partners to strengthen women/girls, a life changing experience
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