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UNICEF statement on killing of polio workers
18 December 2012The World Health Organization and UNICEF join the Government of Pakistan in condemning the multiple attacks that have killed health workers.
100 million immunised against meningitis
A revolutionary meningitis vaccine will reach the 100 millionth person this week in a region of Africa that has been plagued by the deadly epidemic for more than a century. 3 December 2012
Amanda Holden launches Picture a Better Future campaign
The actor and TV presenter invites mums to support the Pampers and UNICEF campaign to eliminate tetanus. 9 October 2012
UNICEF report: Child survival rates are highest ever
More children across the world survive their fifth birthday now than ever before, according to new figures.13 September 2012
Cyclists warm up for Wheels for Change
On Saturday 18 August a team of 36 cyclists rode from London to Brighton to raise money for UNICEF.
20 August 2012
Tackling pneumonia and diarrhoea could save 2m children
More of the world's poorest children will survive if we focus on preventing and treating these two deadly diseases.8 June 2012
Help fight tetanus on Facebook with UNICEF and Pampers
UNICEF and Pampers are joining forces once again for a new Facebook campaign to help protect families from tetanus.10 October 2011
Barclays' Wheels for Change raises £260,000 for UNICEF's immunisation work
On Monday 5th September 2011, a team of 30 Barclay’s lawyers and 18 of their suppliers successfully completed a 450 mile cycle journey from Edinburgh to London in aid of UNICEF, raising a total £260,000 for UNICEF’s measles immunisation work across Africa.10 September 2011
Children's vaccination campaign begins in East Africa
UNICEF has launched a measles vaccination campaign in East Africa, and plans to immunise over two million children in the region. 26 July 2011
Over £2.6bn pledged for vaccines and immunisation at the GAVI conference
At the GAVI conference, world leaders, businesses and charities pledged over £2.6 billion in funding for new vaccines and immunisation programmes, which could save up to 4 million lives.13 June 2011
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