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UNICEF

Adolescent girls in conflict-hit countries are 90% more likely to be out of secondary school #EducationCannotWait
Children take classes on the first level of Curriculum B in Hasan Zaiat school, Ashrafieh neighbourhood, Aleppo, #Syria. UNICEF’s “Curriculum B” helps children catch up with missed years of education as they get back to school. UNICEF helped set up the primary school, to provide #education to thousa
1.6m children #outofschool in conflict affected areas in #Sudan #WHSummit @UNICEFSudan
Education is the top priority for children, youth and their families after crisis #EducationCannotWait
For children affected by crisis, school isn’t just a place to learn - it’s a place to be safe. Pictured, Amos Asaai, a volunteer teacher, stands with his students at the entrance to a UNICEF-provided tent classroom in A camp internally displaced people in north-east #Nigeria. #EducationCannotWait ©
Have you watched #TheBeginningOfLife yet? Help spread the word by hosting a public screening uni.cf/1WNNza6
“It wasn’t an easy experience. My joy is full. I was scheduled for a cesarean procedure but just when I was about to give up, my son was born naturally. We haven’t given him a name yet because I didn’t know if the baby was a girl or a boy,” says Sara in Bwaila Hospital in Lilongwe, #Malawi. Sara is
We must work "with people" not just "for people," Tony Lake @UNICEF #PeopleAtCentre #ShareHumanity
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75m children and youth around the world are in desperate need of our educational support #EducationCannotWait
Baby Edmore is all smiles! The 10-month-old received his birth certificate in his village in Ghana @UNICEFGhana
"I want to call on world leaders to listen to us and get us involved in their decisions" #ShareHumanity
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Baby Edmore Danatus is all smiles! The 10-month-old just received his birth certificate in his village in #Ghana’s Upper West Region. Birth registration is every child’s right. © UNICEF Ghana/2015/Kafembe
In times of crisis, education can offer stability, protection & a chance to gain critical knowledge #RememberSudan
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#EducationCannotWait for children in #Aleppo #Syria, who get to school despite the dangers of conflict @UNICEF
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Satta, 18 from Liberia, on humanitarian response during crises uni.cf/22mgnWB @voicesofyouth #ShareHumanity
An est. 45% of deaths in children < 5 are attributable to undernutrition @UNICEF #ZeroHunger #ShareHumanity
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We're working around the clock to give children access to education in emergencies #EducationCannotWait @UNICEFiraq
Children are being killed, wounded & permanently disabled in very places they should feel safe #ShareHumanity
Despite increasing crises, education is less than 2% of global humanitarian funding #EducationCannotWait
4 schools or hospitals are attacked or occupied by armed groups every day uni.cf/25caMqU #ShareHumanity
“School helps you think about other things. It makes you forget all the bad things” – Veva,14 uni.cf/1stl9Vx #EducationCannotWait
If we do not act now, we risk losing a generation of children and young people #WHSummit
We’re committed to ensuring all children realize their right to a quality education #WHSummit
1 in 4 #Syria schools have been attacked, destroyed or occupied. #NOlostgeneration #ShareHumanity @UNICEFmena
 
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