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#TBT: A brother and sister leave a #UNICEF-assisted health centre after a routine visit. This picture was taken in #Myanmar (formerly known as #Burma), circa 1950. #vaccineswork #ThrowBackThursday © UNICEF/NYHQ1950-0021/Unknown
‘Mariya’ fled fighting in eastern #Ukraine 4 weeks ago with her daughters, 4-year-old ‘Liliya’ and 2-year-old ‘Alina’, who has disabilities. Life in the conflict zone had become unbearable. “Right now, there is continuous fighting, there is no water, social services are not paying,” she said. Now l
4 new @AngryBirds UNICEF levels designed by children can now be played! uni.cf/1C6JaBk via @UNICEFinnovate pic.twitter.com/yb6XryeBGQ
“I want to be a midwife so I can be near women in the hospital.” Abigail Noudilem, 4, sits at the Saint Sauveur displacement site in Bangui, #CentralAfricanRepublic. A year after extreme violence tore through the country, two out of five children are without vital aid and in urgent need of our suppo
5 million kids not in school because of Ebola ti.me/1zxSkaH (Mohammed Elshamy—Anadolu Agency/Getty Images) pic.twitter.com/59XY59wblV
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In #SouthSudan 15,000 children suffered grave violations - including killings, abductions, abuse - in the past year. pic.twitter.com/l4DGNUkIFE
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Next year, we plan to provide 850,000 #childrenofSyria with care & psychosocial support uni.cf/1wOLFXm pic.twitter.com/093ZOUjeeB
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A year after extreme violence tore through #CAR, 2 out of 5 children are in urgent need of our support #CARcrisis pic.twitter.com/eRmfxby58L
Central African Republic: they closed their hearts, open yours uni.cf/1GtkghL pic.twitter.com/tNspT4N37N
In 2014, we secured release of more than 2,100 children from armed groups in #CAR uni.cf/1AIYGC1 #CARcrisis pic.twitter.com/P2h5Jkcl47
Malnutrition rates have more than doubled in #SouthSudan due to ongoing conflict #SouthSudanNOW pic.twitter.com/BsqwmqmEr7
Central African Republic: they closed their hearts, open yours uni.cf/1GtkghL pic.twitter.com/3x7AJeVxlU
In 2014, we secured release of more than 2,100 children from armed groups in #CAR. #CARcrisis pic.twitter.com/Osd1EBH20Q
As we prepare to mark new year, we must seize chance to give children of #CAR a better future #CARcrisis pic.twitter.com/kv1o5iY3Rf
430k people remain displaced in #CAR, while 188,000 new refugees have been forced to flee #CARcrisis pic.twitter.com/aEwP78TThR
A year after extreme violence tore through #CAR, 2 out of 5 children are in urgent need of our support #CARcrisis pic.twitter.com/eRmfxby58L
A caretaker waves farewell to children leaving an interim care centre in Monrovia, #Liberia. They children, all of whom were in direct contact with #Ebola patients, are being driven to foster homes or homes of extended family members after spending 21 days in isolation. In Liberia, we’re working to
More than 130 million girls and women have experienced #FGM/C in 29 countries in #Africa and the #MiddleEast where the practice is most common. But without far more intensive and sustained action now from all parts of society, hundreds of millions more girls will suffer profound, permanent, and utte
"It is an act of horror & rank cowardice to attack defenseless children while they learn", #UNSG on #PeshawarAttack pic.twitter.com/G66VVdGDK6
As the year draws to a close, too many children around the world find themselves caught in emergencies with no end in sight. From armed conflicts and natural disasters to the unprecedented #Ebola outbreak, 2014 saw a growing number of crises undermine children’s ability to access health care, attend
Did you know that 50% of malnutrition is caused by inadequate water, sanitation and hygiene? #wateris #toilets4all pic.twitter.com/BnUiDjP2FY
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With @UNICEF Zaatari Camp. Syria’s beautiful children. Their openness and love... so wonderful. Wissam and Janet pic.twitter.com/TFLXWoz46D
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