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  • Blog: Drought through the eyes of a child
    Blog: Drought through the eyes of a child

    Blog: Drought through the eyes of a child

    By Cate Heinrich.

    01 January 2017 Emergency | Health | Nutrition

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  • Mobile health brigades provide healthcare to children in drought
    Mobile health brigades provide healthcare to children in drought

    Mobile health brigades provide healthcare to children in drought

    The mobile health brigades are one of the programmes UNICEF is supporting the Government of Mozambique to reach the most vulnerable communities affected by the drought emergency.

    01 January 2017 Health | Nutrition

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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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  • Two hundred world renowned writers come together for children’s rights
    200 world renowned writers come together for children’s rights

    Two hundred world renowned writers come together for children’s rights

    Chimamanda Adichie, Paulo Coelho, Christina Lamb and Nuruddin Farah join writers around the world to pen ‘Tiny Stories’ highlighting the world they want for children.

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

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