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A boy pushes a cart filled with items for sale in an informal settlement, in Bekaa Valley, #Lebanon. The children were photographed by Shadi, 12, who also lives in the settlement. 500 #Syrian and Palestinian refugee children in Lebanon were taught photography skills, given disposable cameras and had
Are you a young African working in Sanitation and Hygiene? Enter the AfricaSan youth awards! bit.ly/1N0wfqm pic.twitter.com/HBhfayH79j
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Children in eastern #Ukraine suffering as fighting breaks #water supply bit.ly/1BmYMy2 @UNICEF_UA pic.twitter.com/mOTkr8n6Va
Meet Fatima & Joseline, heroes who volunteered to clean latrines at major displacement site in #CAR, via @UNICEF_CAR pic.twitter.com/wYpCcWxL3S
About 2 in 3 children in #Vanuatu in need of humanitarian assistance supportunicef.org/cyclonedonate #CyclonePam pic.twitter.com/RoufF4Fobc
Boy released from armed group washes hands before breakfast in Interim Care Centre in Lekuangole, via @unicefssudan pic.twitter.com/q1LFsdWj22
How #Ethiopia managed to supply #water to 48 million people since 1990: bit.ly/1N1iaJd Via @UNICEFEthiopia pic.twitter.com/laeczeTZGh
#TBT: a boy carries a lamb across his shoulders on the outskirts of #Lesotho’s capital, Maseru, 1989. #UNICEF #Vintage #ThrowbackThursday © UNICEF/NYHQ1989-0591/Isaac
Ibrahim, #Nigeria refugee baby born in a tent in #Chad, will soon be vaccinated by UNICEF. Via @ld4children pic.twitter.com/U3T6P8UHJV
We’ve reached 300k children in #Syria with psychosocial support. via @UNICEFLebanon #childrenofsyria pic.twitter.com/pY4EEBXEt3
Sampson Williams is a Community Health Volunteer who helps raise awareness of #Ebola in #Monrovia, #Liberia. “My biggest goal is to follow my education,” he says. “I have passion in public health and want to reach out to many Liberians who are less fortunate.” © UNICEF/NYHQ2015-0470/Grile #everydayv
Wearing yellow in #SierraLeone today as part of the #GetToZero #Ebola campaign. Via @UNICEFSL pic.twitter.com/201VoJUyAd
We did it! Parliament has passed the Modern Slavery Bill, changing the lives of children in danger of trafficking pic.twitter.com/DsbwPpbDRw
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“My house was full of water. It was dark.” Tresan, 4, #Vanuatu uni.cf/1HFub6Z via @UnicefAsiaPac #CyclonePam pic.twitter.com/tQyd3VX8Ok
A child’s view: girls and boys stand together in an informal settlement, in Bekaa Valley, #Lebanon. They were photographed by Nahed, 10, who also lives in the settlement. Between October 2013 and July 2014, 500 #Syrian and #Palestinian #refugee children had the opportunity to document their lives t
Photo essay: a new life for Mercy, 9, who lost her mother to #Ebola in #Liberia uni.cf/1BnV602 @Medium pic.twitter.com/ZAs7AQEYuX
Remember Mercy Kennady? When we first met the 9-year-old from #Liberia in November, she’d just lost her mother to #Ebola, undergone quarantine and faced stigma. But with the support and love of her foster family, she is starting anew- and she’s even attending school for the first time. Click link in
"I want to become a teacher to train other teachers" Habiba, 12, fled from #Nigeria to #Chad. Via @ld4children pic.twitter.com/aqtwh7FRrz
A Syrian girl peeks out of a tent in an informal settlement in #Lebanon. #childrenofsyria via @UNICEF_Lebanon pic.twitter.com/AMC9364h63
Juan, 1, will be the first person in his family to grow up w/ a toilet uni.cf/1FV6YM1 via @UNICEFIndonesia pic.twitter.com/g9hd85BqQI
About 2 in 3 children in #Vanuatu in need of humanitarian assistance uni.cf/1BonQER #CyclonePam pic.twitter.com/NieXzcuCdt
“I thank God for my life,” says #Ebola survivor Shirley Tarwaly, in #Monrovia, #Liberia. “I used to have a business and sell small things. Since my children died [from Ebola], I don’t have means to get any support. My hope is that my business would come back.” © UNICEF/NYHQ2015-0468/Grile #everydayv
A Syrian refugee girl smiles while standing in the snow in an informal settlement, in Bekaa Valley, #Lebanon. The photograph was taken by Hilal, 9, who also lives in the settlement. Between October 2013 and July 2014, 500 Syrian and Palestinian refugee children in Lebanon were taught photography ski
#CyclonePam : "I woke up & saw my garden blown away" Mawana, 8, #Vanuatu uni.cf/1HFub6Z via @UnicefAsiaPac pic.twitter.com/dFKPfV2R1O
#Wateris time-consuming. Women and children carry 70% of the burden of collecting water. Thanks to #UNICEF #Niger for the photo.