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#PhotooftheWeek: 1-month-old Monyaguek is vaccinated against polio in #SouthSudan. #vaccineswork pic.twitter.com/imYBWVSt4T
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#PhotooftheWeek: 1-month-old Monyaguek is vaccinated against polio in #SouthSudan. Though more children than ever before are being protected with immunization - which prevents up to 3 million child deaths each year - the poorest and most marginalized children are missing out on the life-saving #vacc
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This boy & his family have taken refuge in a vacant field after devastating #NepalEarthquake supportunicef.org/nepal pic.twitter.com/nMouSNpbLG
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Millions of #Ukraine children are at risk from new epidemics uni.cf/1DDy46j via @Newsweek @UNICEF_UA pic.twitter.com/Ku9p3BOyDk
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Two girls who attend N’Faly Touré Primary School in #Guinea walk along a dirt road in the city of N'Zérékoré. The #Ebola outbreak kept schools in Guinea, #Liberia and #SierraLeone closed after the end of the July–August holidays, depriving 5 million children of months of education. Schools reopened
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Adolescent girls strike a pose at the St. Joseph Secondary School in the city of Makeni, capital of Bombali District, in Northern Province, #SierraLeone. In April 2015 around 1.8 million children returned to school in Sierra Leone after an eight-month break due to the #Ebola outbreak. We’re working
Wherever children aren’t vaccinated, their lives and communities are at risk #vaccineswork pic.twitter.com/qujeqPW9xd
“Abdulrahman 4 years old was killed by a sniper, I do not want to die like him” Nada Nussir, age 7. #YemenChildren pic.twitter.com/UzVdnaXzdo
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Nearly 1m children require urgent humanitarian assistance in aftermath of #NepalEarthquake: supportunicef.org/nepal pic.twitter.com/2kGIQ1eipF
A boy makes imaginary goggles to entertain himself in Kathmandu, #Nepal. He and his family have taken temporary refuge in this vacant field next to Nepal's army headquarters. Nearly 1 million children require urgent humanitarian assistance after yesterday’s earthquake in Nepal. This crisis leaves ch
Our work won’t end until #EVERYchild is protected from preventable diseases. #vaccineswork pic.twitter.com/hr6mwikOCD
These boys are among 115k people who fled violence in #Iraq’s Anbar Governorate in the last 2 weeks. Via @UNICEFiraq pic.twitter.com/yfblm4yaam
It was children's day at Evelyn's church when Boko Haram attacked her village. Her story: uni.cf/1PcVYha pic.twitter.com/GKSe09ycGC
“Thank God they didn't kill us this time” Wigdan, 6, woke up to bullets & shrapnel near her bed. #Yemen @UNICEF_Yemen pic.twitter.com/bJzTROV6AD
We are responding to #NepalEarthquake. @UNICEF worker with a little girl in need of temporary shelter in #Kathmandu pic.twitter.com/Jh1wiWvCzj
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Let's support those who're going the extra mile to get their children fully immunized. #vaccineswork via @UNICEFIndia pic.twitter.com/fQx7isnK21
Vaccines are one of the most effective health initiatives ever and ALL children should have access. #vaccineswork pic.twitter.com/SpnjGuBMo6
“Ruins are all over. Please stop this war.” Nesmah, 13, from Aden, #Yemen. Via @UNICEF_Yemen pic.twitter.com/xe8QLVIFKh
For the first time since #Ebola, major vaccination campaign against #measles underway in #Guinea @UNICEFGuinea pic.twitter.com/XofhKGCFHh
#Yemen: children are paying a devastating price in the conflict now entering its fifth week uni.cf/1HwK6EY pic.twitter.com/Q3iiuprjOp
Rural pregnant women are especially disadvantaged in gaining access to bed nets & malaria treatment #DefeatMalaria pic.twitter.com/guuojFtno0
"The shake was like nothing I have experienced in my 57 years. It was strong and it shook for a long time...Many people fear Kathmandu will have very a high death rate." Rupa Joshi, a Communication Officer with UNICEF in #Nepal shares her account of the earthquake that hit Kathmandu today. We are m
“I’m very happy” Abibatu is one of 1.8m children who returned to school in Sierra Leone. Via @UNICEFSL #Ebola pic.twitter.com/EMn2mqqhr9
Children smile while standing in a UNICEF-provided tent classroom near Yola, #Nigeria. #BringBackOurChildhood pic.twitter.com/ws0IygUbZk