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Unicef UK 1h
80,000 children have been displaced by the explosions according to . We're on the ground helping the thousands of vulnerable children who urgently need support in the aftermath of the disaster. Please donate to our appeal 👇
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Unicef UK 16h
Following the catastrophic explosions in Beirut, Unicef is on the ground, helping the thousands of vulnerable children who urgently need support in the aftermath of the disaster. We’re providing safe drinking water and hygiene kits. Please donate now:
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Unicef UK Aug 5
Unicef is saddened at the loss of life following the horrific explosions in . We’re on the ground, working closely with authorities and partners to respond to the needs of children, families and health workers. Full statement here👉
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Henrietta H. Fore Aug 4
I am deeply saddened at the loss of life following the horrific explosions in Lebanon. My most sincere condolences to the families of the deceased and my best wishes of a speedy recovery to those injured. stands ready to support.
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Unicef UK Aug 4
Thanks to the UK government & , donations to for Unicef will be trebled. That means every £1 you donate will become £3! Together we can help stop the spread of coronavirus & limit the impact on children’s lives.💙⚽
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Henrietta H. Fore Aug 3
In these difficult times, you don’t need to look far to find hope. Every day I am inspired by young people who are working to inform their communities, persevere with their education, and create wonderful works of art:
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Unicef UK Media Aug 3
70m children are affected by the across Central America & the Caribbean. This season displacement, infrastructure damage & service interruption could leave them & their families more vulnerable to the disease.
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Unicef UK Aug 3
For the first time ever, every £1 you donate to for Unicef turn into £3, thanks to the UK government and . Together, we can help stop the spread of coronavirus and limit the impact on children’s lives.💙⚽
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Unicef UK Aug 3
We're so pleased to announce the return of for Unicef 💙⚽👇 For more info visit
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Unicef UK Aug 2
Access to something as simple as soap can make all the difference in preventing the spread of , especially for families displaced by conflict in this camp in Afghanistan.Join us in protecting 👇
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Unicef UK Aug 2
With no public or private transport available, Herbert walked two hours to ensure his daughter received her vaccinations during . Unicef is working with governments and partners round the world to continue vaccinating children during the pandemic.
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Unicef UK Aug 1
Champaben ensures clean hands for her granddaughter, 4 year old Kajal in India. Washing our hands is still one of the best ways to protect ourselves from 💧🤲🧼
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Unicef UK Aug 1
Nutritionist Dessy visits Iksan and her one-year old son Hasyim at home in Indonesia. Thank you💙 to all health and support workers, like Dessy, who are working hard to continue providing vital support & services to mothers & their babies during
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Unicef UK Jul 31
In this settlement in Yemen, a volunteer instructs a family on the preventative measures against coronavirus such as social distancing and handwashing. Our appeal to save will support the world's most vulnerable children, including Yemeni children and families.
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Unicef UK Jul 31
These Unicef-supported volunteers are a part of a mobile child protection team supporting children in Homs, Syria to cope with their situation during the pandemic. They create educational activities, stories and songs about coronavirus prevention and mine risk education 💙
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Unicef UK Jul 30
A new report has revealed that around 1 in 3 children globally are poisoned by lead. and are calling for urgent action including stronger environmental legislation and i in health services to monitor, test and treat children’s exposure to lead.
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Unicef UK Jul 30
is a reminder of the reality far too many children & young people like 17-year-old Berhan face. Thank you to everyone working to & providing vital services & assistance during .
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Henrietta H. Fore Jul 29
Everyday life during a pandemic looks different for everyone. In ’s new video series ‘Coping with ’, follow the stories of 16 girls from 9 countries as they share the challenges they’ve faced and their hopes for the future.
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Unicef UK Jul 28
The economic impacts of coronavirus have left millions of families unable to afford nutritious food. As a result, the pandemic could leave 6.7 million more children dangerously undernourished this year. Act now to protect 👇
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Unicef UK Jul 28
Coronavirus is disrupting food supplies and confronting us all with a harsh reality: an increase in child malnutrition could result in 10,000 more children dying every month this year We must act now to protect 👇
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