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A community health volunteer measures a girl’s mid-upper-arm circumference to assess her nutrition status in Bhimeshwar Municipality in #Nepal’s Dolakha District, the epicentre of the 12 May earthquake. #UNICEF © UNICEF/NYHQ2015-1349/Panday
Girls play in the courtyard of Kadiatou Seth Conté Primary School, in the city of N'Zérékoré, #Guinea. 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 in Guin
Girls + #education = unlocked potential. But from child marriage to discrimination, girls too often girls face barriers to learning. We must invest in girls’ futures to invest in all of our futures. Pictured: schoolgirls smile on their way home in Cotonou, #Benin's economic capital, in 2004. © UNICE
Woman celebrate a new water well built by UNICEF to improve hygiene to end #Ebola #gettozero @UNICEFwater @WorldBank
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From #childmarriage to discrimination, girls too often face barriers to #education
Well done Liberia on reaching zero #Ebola cases! It's time to #GetToZero in Guinea & Sierra Leone. Via @UNICEFSL
A boy, proudly holding the #Nepal flag, at a UNICEF child-friendly space. Via @unicef_nepal #NepalEarthquake
Join @SayNO_UNiTE for #OrangeDay tweetathon on tech to end violence against women&girls, 22/5:
More than 802k children are internally displaced by conflict in #SouthSudanNOW. Via @unicefssudan
“I want to be a nurse so I can help sick children” Kadiatu, 7, who is back to school in Sierra Leone. via @UNICEFSL
Meet Usher, 7, from Guinea-Bissau who lives with a disability and is thriving at his school:
Meet Siphiwe Khumalo, 37, and her newborn baby, Lundiwe. Siphiwe was already on life-long antiretroviral treatment when she fell pregnant with Lundiwe. This is her fifth pregnancy - all of her previous babies died shortly after birth. Siphiwe suspects they died of #AIDS-related illnesses, although a
A boy pushes a wheelbarrow filled with jerrycans in Sana’a, #Yemen. Escalating conflict is taking a heavy toll on children and their families. Some 300,000 people have been internally displaced. Casualties have reached 1,527, including 115 children, and 6,266 people have been injured, including 172
“I want to be a nurse so I can treat sick children.” Kadiatu, 7, is one of the 1.8 million children in #SierraLeone who returned to school last month after an eight-month break due to the #Ebola outbreak. We’re working to ensure children stay safe through regular temperature checks and handwashing.
How can we use technology to end #violenceagainstwomen? Join us &partners for a #OrangeDay tweet-a-thon this Friday!
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7-yr-old Kadiatu Kanu from Tombo, Sierra Leone, wants to become a nurse to treat sick children. She's back in school.
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Meet Usher, 7, from #GuineaBissau, who’s one of 93 million children worldwide who lives with a disability. Children with disabilities are more likely than their peers to miss out on education - but Usher is thriving at his school, which he attends with 48 other children who don’t have disabilities.
Sabina, 10, is recovering at a UNICEF-supported hospital in Kavre, #Nepal. @unicef_nepal
Children from poorest households are up to 10x less likely to attend early childhood #education than those in richest
“Football is the only way we can forget about the violence. I wish the fighting would end" Emery, 15, from #Burundi
Meet Usher, 7 of #Guinea, who lives with a disability and is thriving at his school
Education can transform girls’ lives by providing them w/ skills to survive, thrive & lead fulfilling lives
#Nepal: 12 babies born every hour without basic healthcare in areas worst hit by earthquakes
The right to education begins at birth and continues throughout life. Via @UNESCO #WorldEducationForum