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  • Blog: From undocumented to filled with rights
    Blog: From undocumented to filled with rights

    Blog: From undocumented to filled with rights

    By Neidi de Carvalho, Child Protection Specialist.

    03 March 2017 Child & social protection

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  • First lady calls for a collective action to ban child marriage in Mozambique
    First lady calls for a collective action to ban child marriage in Mozambique

    First lady calls for a collective action to ban child marriage in Mozambique

    The first Lady of the Republic of Mozambique Isaura Nyusi pledged to work to fight high levels of child marriage and adolescent pregnancy in the country, as she launched a three-year programme to support the implementation of the National Strategy to Prevent and Eliminate Child Marriage 2016-2019.

    01 March 2017 Child & social protection

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  • The world must make faster progress to end female genital mutilation by 2030
    The world must make faster progress to end female genital mutilation by 2030

    The world must make faster progress to end female genital mutilation by 2030

    Joint message from UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin and UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake on the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation.

    06 February 2017 Child & social protection

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  • UNICEF commemorates 70 years of tireless work for the world’s most vulnerable children
    UNICEF commemorates 70 years of tireless work for the world’s most vulnerable children

    UNICEF commemorates 70 years of tireless work for the world’s most vulnerable children

    The world’s largest children’s organization was established on 11 December 1946 to bring help and hope to children suffering in the aftermath of WWII.

    11 December 2016 Child & social protection | Communication & Participation | Education | Emergência | Health | HIV/Aids | Nutrition | Social Policy, Research & Data | Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

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