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Growing up! A community health worker measures 1-year-old Meriem Mohammed’s height in #Eritrea
#Breastfeeding boosts a child’s brain development, IQ, school attendance, school performance & income later in life
500,000! Thanks for the love. #allsmiles #unicef
Breast milk is free, universally attainable and the most complete food for babies #breastfeeding
‘Art is the most powerful medium to communicate your ideas’ Hayat, 12, wants to become an actress. @UNICEFEthiopia
#Breastfeeding is the most effective and least costly life-saver EVER: uni.cf/1o9u48U #WBW2015
How we’re responding to the needs of vulnerable refugee children from #Burundi in Tanzania uni.cf/1DcRsNk
Happy World #Breastfeeding Week! Let’s empower and support all women who breastfeed
“What did we do wrong?” Ali, 9, from Sa'ada, #Yemen. @UNICEF_Yemen
We’re distributing hygiene kits to help more than 2.3m people stay safe during #Ebola. @UNICEFGuinea
Mariama returns home w/ her newborn after the #Ebola quarantine ends for her village. @UNICEFSL
#Zaatari camp for Syrian refugees is now 3. It hosts 81k people - half of whom are children. #childrenofsyria
#Nepal earthquakes: responding to the psychosocial needs of children like 13-year-old Anjali uni.cf/1gT5pFT
70k children born during Liberia’s #Ebola outbreak face marginalization if not registered uni.cf/1IcNocw
One-year-old Luis plays with an elderly woman's hair in Huallanca, ‪#‎Peru‬. We're working with the government to ensure that all indigenous children like Luis have birth certificates, enabling them to enrol in school and have access to national health services. Every child deserves a happy and safe
Hubert is one of more than 300 children released by #CAR armed groups in May. #CARcrisis #childrennotsoldiers
#Liberia’s invisible children. More than 70,000 born during the #Ebola outbreak face risk of marginalization, trafficking and exclusion from basic services if their births aren’t registered. We’re supporting a drive by the government to reach these unregistered children before their futures are put
“Our family has been living in a metal caravan for almost a year now, since our house was destroyed during the war. It is very hot inside the caravans, almost like an oven; and there is no electricity most of the time to use a fan. I keep pouring water on my head just to stay cool and cannot sleep w
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We’re distributing hygiene kits to help more than 2.3m people stay safe during #Ebola. @UNICEFGuinea
11,115 vulnerable children given psychosocial support in Al Jawf, Abyan & Al Dhale 8-21 July #Yemen
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“I used to have a shy personality until I joined a local family centre and started engaging in activities along with peers from my community. Now my shyness is behind me and I feel more confident. I love reading and using the Internet, but with so little electricity I spend most of my evenings readi
70k children born during Liberia’s #Ebola outbreak face marginalization if not registered uni.cf/1IcNocw
Mariama returns home w/ her newborn after the #Ebola quarantine ends for her village. @UNICEFSL
“Our family's been living in a metal caravan...our house was destroyed during the war" Ibrahim, 10. #51days51children




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