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UNICEF works in some of the world's toughest places to save children, protect their rights and help them fulfil their potential.
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UNICEF Feb 19
When we protect the environment, we protect children’s rights. It’s time for strong, unified action to ensure .
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Our Young Ambassador, Mason, had a great meeting with Senator Anne Urquhart, Opposition Whip in the Senate, about our work with & . Thank you for your valuable time, Anne. We look forward to our continuing relationship.
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UNICEF Supply Feb 18
The has approved a 5-year extension of the Vaccine Independence Initiative - a pre-financing mechanism that supports countries to deliver life-saving commodities to tens of millions of children each year.
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UNICEF Australia Feb 18
Today , & released 'A Future for the World’s ?' report which calls for radical rethink on child . Australia ranked 20th in world on a ‘flourishing’ index for children, but 174 out of 180 countries for .
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UNICEF Australia Feb 18
Today our Young Ambassadors simultaneously ran consultations in Sydney and Canberra. We’ve now listened to over 1500 and ! Thank you all for sharing your views with us! The 2020 Young Ambassador report is coming!!
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UNICEF Australia Feb 18
Have a read of this fascinating & informative article, which calmly puts the reality of for into perspective, globally - by David Stewart, Chief of Child Poverty & Social Protection at Headquarters, New York.
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UNICEF Australia Feb 17
As they say, a picture paints a thousand words...This story from CNN is an important & powerful reminder of why for . As his mother said, "Oliver sees kids every day but he never gets to see kids like him. This was amazing!"
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Henrietta H. Fore Feb 17
This is a race against time. The immediate focus is to reduce human to human transmission of but also to help children in areas where their access to essential services has been disrupted.
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Eduspokesperson Feb 16
If you’re looking for practical advice and strategies to help support children and students returning to school following the bushfires, and have created this video and other resources to help. Visit
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UNICEF Australia Feb 16
Lovely story: At this UK Primary School, had a cake-decorating competition as one of the activities to learn about issues that face children around the world, including . The winner was a cake themed on the .
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UNICEF Australia Feb 13
Sport can break down barriers, promote participation, alter attitudes and include the excluded – on and off the field. Through programs around the world, brings together to create a more cohesive next generation.
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UNICEF Australia Feb 13
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UNICEF Australia Feb 13
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UNICEF Australia Feb 12
Check out this fantastic, very comprehensive article in about Young Ambassador (YA) consultations in last week, lead by our YA, Frank Hooper. & issues were raised by participants.
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UNICEF Australia Feb 12
Replying to @LouiseStephen9
Hi Louise, children suffering from severe acute malnutrition need an adapted diet that allows them to regain health. Plumpy'Nut is a simple-to-digest food that includes sugar and fats to provide instant energy. It also means children can be treated in their own homes
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UNICEF Australia Feb 11
Children should be in school, not in armed forces and armed groups❗ urges all parties to release currently in their ranks and pledge to never use children again
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UNICEF Australia Feb 11
Today - (Intnl Day Against Use of Child Soldiers) - we're raising awareness of child soldiers, plus the funding threat to 's demobilization & reintegration programme - if adequately funded, 2100 children will be released in 2020.
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UNICEF Australia Feb 10
You asked. We got you answers. This , we’ve brought together and protection experts & teamed up w Facebook, Instagram & Twitter to answer your top 10 questions about 👇.
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UNICEF Australia Feb 10
Yesterday, Young Ambassador (YA), Brian Lee, met w , Victorian Parliamentary Secretary for Schools, to talk about our national YA consultations & what & are saying. Thanks Tim, for your support - looking forward to working with you further.
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UNICEF Australia Feb 9
Some great innovative ideas to help, support and assist , showcased over the weekend by UNICEF from around the world.
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