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£20
£20 a month could provide enough special water kits to give 26 families access to safe drinking water. Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2013-1218/Maitem £20 a month could provide enough special water kits to give 26 families access to safe drinking water.
£30
£30 a month could give over 80 children a school-in-a-box kit to continue their education in times of emergency and conflict. Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2010-3101/Noorani £30 a month could give over 80 children a school-in-a-box kit to continue their education in times of emergency and conflict.
£40
£40 a month could provide all of the midwifery equipment necessary for the safe delivery of more than 20 children. Credit: © UNICEF/UGDA2009-00147/Lydia £40 a month could provide all of the midwifery equipment necessary for the safe delivery of more than 20 children.
MY OWN CHOICE
Two girls stand arm in arm in Buburnaru Village in the north-western Aileu District. UNICEF supported the installation of five water points, as well the construction of latrines, in their village. Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2012-1520/James Alcock

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