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UNICEF Uganda Feb 12
Pupils of Nakivubo Blue Primary School perform their poem, 'Empower the Girl-Child' for the visiting Nordic Members of Parliament.
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UNICEF Somalia Feb 16
Good nutrition is the bedrock of child survival, health and development. Well-nourished children are better able to grow and learn, to participate in and contribute to their communities, and to be resilient in the face of disease, disasters, and other crises.
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UNICEF Uganda Feb 10
The , together with , , , and , has co-organized a joint delegation of parliamentarians from Denmark, Norway, Iceland & Sweden.
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UNICEF Uganda Feb 11
A warm welcome for the visiting Nordic Parliamentarians from the Iganga District Local Government team!
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UNICEF Uganda Feb 12
Next stop for the visiting Nordic Parliamentarians is Namungalwe Health Center III which serves a catchment area of approximately 27,000 people
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UNICEF Bangladesh Feb 17
Warm ✨ Cuddly πŸ€— Safe πŸ™πŸΎ πŸ’“
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UNICEF Uganda Feb 11
The facility has offered comprehensive HIV/AIDs services since 2010 and has a vibrant antiretroviral therapy clinic.
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UNICEF Uganda Feb 11
"Our scope of work is to change lives." ~ Davide Naggi, CEO of The Nordic Parliamentarians visited the hospital this afternoon.
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UNICEF Uganda Feb 11
The visiting Nordic Parliamentarians at the construction site for the new .
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UNICEF Uganda Feb 11
"We want to thank , there are many beneficiaries in our district who can't afford ARVs, but because of support from we are able to provide services for free." ~ District Health Officer Iganga
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UNICEF Uganda Feb 11
Good morning from Iganga District! The first stop for the visiting Nordic Members of Parliament is the District Local Government Offices.
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UNICEF Bangladesh Feb 15
Precious moment! πŸ’– No matter where they are from, all mothers and babies have a right to quality healthcare and support.
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UNICEF Mali Feb 17
Welcome to , our new weekly photo series! Salif, 6 months, has an excellent reason to smile: he’s exclusively breastfed and up-to-date in his vaccinations. Salif, your smile is our !
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UNICEF Somalia 23h
β€œI know the will protect her & make her stronger,” said 30-year old Kadra, holding her little girl. She brought her daughter to be immunized at the health facility supported by , &
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UNICEF Uganda Feb 12
Nordic Parliamentarians witness an integrated community outreach at Akanabala Bulanga Primary School in Iganga, where immunization, nutrition and family planning services are provided.
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UNICEF Uganda Feb 11
Replying to @UNICEFUganda
"Current population of 391,300 people "- District Health Officer, Iganga District
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UNICEF Uganda Feb 11
"There is no rehabilitation that can be effective without involving the families and communities of the children in the process." ~ Davide Naggi , CEO of .
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UNICEF Uganda Feb 11
Replying to @UNICEFUganda
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UNICEF Feb 9
Newborn baby Nisha gets a kiss from her big sister in Nepal. Together, we can save newborn lives by making sure every mother and baby has access to affordable, quality care.
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UNICEF Uganda Feb 10
The mission,taking place this week, will provide the visiting parliamentarians with an opportunity to experience 1st-hand the impact of global health programmes in .
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