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Right now, children are in danger. We will do whatever it takes until every child is safe.
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Unicef UK 15h
Replying to @SarahHooke
Very well deserved Sarah 🙌 Thanks for all your work helping children around the UK!
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Unicef UK 16h
Amazing! Happy to accept deliveries of any leftovers 🤩
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Unicef UK Jul 22
Students put a posters detailing Ebola treatment and prevention at their school in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Unicef and partners are working hard to raise awareness of health services available as well as providing water and sanitation supplies.
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Unicef UK Jul 22
Welcome to the world Moayad! Baby Moayad was born at a Unicef-supported paediatric hospital in Azraq Refugee Camp. : A bright future
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Unicef UK Jul 22
Replying to @julstachurska
Amazing Julia, thanks so much for your support of our work with children 🙌
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Unicef UK Media Jul 20
PRESS RELEASE: Eight water facilities come under attack in Idlib, northwest of Syria, affecting water supply for nearly 250,000 people
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Unicef UK Media Jul 19
"The combined threat of Ebola and measles for the thousands of families living in overcrowded and unsanitary displacement camps is unprecedented” 's Edouard Beigbeder on the situation in
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Unicef UK Jul 20
Katungo looks out of the quarantine area of the Ebola Treatment Centre, while holding her daughter Kahindo as she awaits a diagnosis. Unicef and partners are working hard to raise awareness of health services available as well as providing water sanitation supplies. ,
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Unicef UK Jul 19
"My parents told me that we can’t go back home until the fighting stops. We left our house very quickly because there were so many loud sounds of explosions.” – Ghadeer, aged 6, from Syria. : A safe place to call home.
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Unicef UK Jul 19
Ewerton has worked since he was 10 to support his family. With support from Unicef, he is now back in school attending evening classes. Thanks to the UK government, donations to for Unicef have been matched up to £3 million.
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UNICEF Jul 18
"Ebola is relentless, so we must be too in stopping its spread – children and families in the region deserve nothing less."
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Unicef UK Media Jul 18
PRESS RELEASE: Monsoon rains bring severe flooding and landslides across South Asia, affecting more than five million children
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UNICEF Jul 17
The has declared the outbreak in DR Congo a public health emergency of international concern. We fully support this decision. More children are being affected than any previous outbreak. We are on the ground, protecting children.
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Unicef UK Jul 16
In Eswatini, Unicef train Rural Health Motivators to provide mothers like Philile with information and care during pregnancy and birth. With their help, Vile was born HIV free. Thanks to the UK government, your donations to have been matched up to £3 million.
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Unicef UK Media Jul 16
STATEMENT: responds to 's announcement of new measures to tackle
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Unicef UK Media Jul 16
“This outbreak is infecting more children than previous outbreaks. As of 7 July, there had been 750 infections among children. This represents 31% of total cases" - latest from UNICEF staff in -affected areas in . Interviews available
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easyJet Jul 12
We’re collecting your spare change on board this summer for to help children affected by conflict or disaster continue their education.
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Unicef UK Jul 16
Check Out For Children is now in its 25th year. Thank you for your continued support, encouraging guests to add a pound, dollar or euro at check out to help Unicef provide clean drinking water & sanitation facilities for children across Africa and the Middle East.
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Unicef UK Jul 16
Replying to @CarltonNw5
You're welcome...well done! 💙
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Unicef UK Jul 16
Replying to @StPaulsSwanley
That's really nice to hear! 💙
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