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UNICEF Apr 15
"The most powerful thing I saw was hope.” on her visit to Lebanon where she met children and young people supported by UNICEF, including many uprooted by the eight-year conflict in Syria.
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UNICEF Apr 15
We 💙 this! Thank you for joining us in and shining a light on our work to protect refugee children. no matter what.
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Dua Lipa Hungary Apr 16
📸 | Dua Lipa has spent three days in Lebanon working with UNICEF, to meet children and young people at refugee settlements!
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UNICEF Apr 16
If you had to flee your home, what would you take? 13-year-old Sara migrated from Afghanistan and is now in Serbia, she took a necklace. This is why.
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UNICEF Apr 15
“She knew it would be cold during the journey. When I see this dress I think that I am with my grandma.” 9-year-old Lina from Afghanistan, now in Serbia. If you had to flee your home, what would you take?
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UNICEF Apr 16
"No family or child chooses to leave their home. They all have dreams. They all deserve equality and a place to be able to live, learn and reach their full potential." on her visit to refugee settlements and our programmes in Lebanon. no matter what.
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UNICEF Apr 16
“We had food every day, and we didn’t need to ask for it. Even better, I was studying again.” Ronneilys, 15, left Venezuela due to the crisis and is now finding hope at a UNICEF learning space in Brazil.
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UNICEF Latin America 18h
1.1 million children across the region will need assistance in 2019. " is concerned about reports of xenophobia, discrimination and violence perpetrated against Venezuelan children and families in host communities", said to .
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UNICEF Europe C.Asia Apr 13
Not a refugee child. Not a migrant child. , no matter what.
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UNICEF USA Apr 16
Anywhere. Anytime. All children have the right to be happy. 😀 At a -supported Child-Friendly Space, migrant children from have a chance to play games, make friends and begin smiling again.
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UNICEF Apr 13
Yara, 10, in Za’atari refugee camp, holds on to the doll her father gave her. “It got scary in Syria. There were shootings. Dad said ‘get your stuff together, we’re going.’” Yara took her doll and left, now she goes to school and wants to be a pharmacist.
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Marita Perceval 18h
Migrant children, particularly those that are unaccompanied, are at risk of exploitation, abuse, sexual violence, recruitment and they can be used for illegal activities by non-state armed groups. Here is my latest interview with
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OCHA Libya 5h
A few hours of respite for Mohammed, Ali, and Mokhtar in the midst of bombing. They fled the violence in and have been staying in this shelter for four days.  Playing and laughing is essential to , especially in crises.
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Vivi Tran Apr 15
. Whether a child is in the custody of a caregiver or a government entity, their safety is absolutely critical. Please make sure there is accountability so that migrant children are protected.
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Replying to @UNICEF @DUALIPA
Every child deserve the same happiness. ☝🏼
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Laurent Duvillier 19h
"Migrant children from are at risk of exploitation and abuse, especially those that are unaccompanied," said to
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