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Girls in Afghanistan must go back to school without any further delays

Girls in Afghanistan must go back to school without any further delays

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LIAM PAYNE CAPTAINS ENGLAND, ROBBIE WILLIAMS SINGS ANGELS, ARSÈNE WENGER MANAGES AGAIN AND USAIN BOLTS HOME – SOCCER AID FOR UNICEF COMES TO THE LONDON STADIUM THIS JUNE!

Children fleeing war in Ukraine are at heightened risk of human trafficking and exploitation, UNICEF warned today. Traffickers often seek to exploit the chaos of largescale population movements, and with more than 1.5 million children having fled Ukraine as refugees since 24 February

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Children fleeing war in Ukraine at heightened risk of trafficking and exploitation

Children fleeing war in Ukraine are at heightened risk of human trafficking and exploitation, UNICEF warned today. Traffickers often seek to exploit the chaos of largescale population movements, and with more than 1.5 million children having fled Ukraine as refugees since 24 February

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UNICEF sends additional life-saving supplies for Ukraine response

UNICEF sends additional life-saving supplies for Ukraine response

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Particularly Shocking. Every single minute, 55 children have fled their country. A Ukrainian child has become a refugee almost every single second since the start of the war.

Particularly Shocking. Every single minute, 55 children have fled their country. A Ukrainian child has become a refugee almost every single second since the start of the war.

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Syria: Children struggle with physical and psychological scars after 11 years of war

15 March 2022 – Only yesterday, three children were reportedly killed by unexploded ordnance in Aleppo city.

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Yemen: Acute hunger at unprecedented levels as funding dries up

Yemen: Acute hunger at unprecedented levels as funding dries up

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UNICEF, UNFPA, WHO Joint statement: Stop attacks on health care in Ukraine

13 March 2022 – “Today, we call for an immediate cessation of all attacks on health care in Ukraine. These horrific attacks are killing and causing serious injuries to patients and health workers, destroying vital health infrastructure and forcing thousands to forgo accessing health services despite catastrophic needs.

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In Yemen, the number of children killed or injured continues to increase as violence escalates

In Yemen, the number of children killed or injured continues to increase as violence escalates

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Additional UNICEF supplies on their way to Ukraine as number of child refugees exceeds 1 million mark

GENEVA/NEW YORK – More than 1 million children have now fled Ukraine as war continues to ravage the country, UNICEF said today. Most have fled with their families to Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Moldova and Romania.

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Statement by UNICEF Executive Director, Catherine Russell, on reported attack against maternity hospital in Mariupol, Ukraine

UNICEF Executive Director, Catherine Russel's statement following a reported attack against maternity hospital in Mariupol, Ukraine

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Unaccompanied and separated children fleeing escalating conflict in Ukraine must be protected

NEW YORK/GENEVA, 7 March 2022 –Joint statement by UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi on protecting unaccompanied and separated children fleeing escalating conflict in Ukraine.

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First shipment of UNICEF humanitarian aid arrives in Ukraine as conflict escalates

KYIV, 5 March 2022 – The first batch of UNICEF humanitarian supplies has arrived today in Lviv, western Ukraine, from UNICEF’s Global Supply and Logistics Hub in Copenhagen. It is part of a six-truck convoy containing an estimated 62 tonnes of supplies on its way to the war-ravaged country.

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One week into conflict in Ukraine, half a million children become refugees – UNICEF

One week into conflict in Ukraine, half a million children become refugees – UNICEF

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UNICEF To Support Refugees At 'Blue Dot' Safe Spaces

UNICEF is reactivating the “Blue Dot” safe spaces that provided crucial support and protection services to families on the move during the refugee and migrant crisis of 2015-2016.

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UNICEF launches landmark appeal for assistance in Ukraine and refugee response in neighbouring countries

UNICEF launches landmark appeal for assistance in Ukraine and refugee response in neighbouring countries

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Today, 1 billion of the world’s most vulnerable children are at extreme risk. If the world fails to act, tomorrow it will be all children. It is past time to put children at the center of climate action.

NEW YORK, 28 February 2022 – “Today’s landmark Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report removes whatever shred of doubt remained: The climate crisis is not a future threat. It is here, it is accelerating, and it will continue to affect the world in increasingly devastating ways.

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