Press releases and statement

Press releases and statement

With less than 1 in 2 births registered, innovative approaches can boost birth registration in Africa

Birth registration is a child’s passport to protection and critical services

For more information, please contact:

Claudio Fauvrelle
Tel +258 21 481 100
email: cfauvrelle@unicef.org

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3 in 5 babies not breastfed in the first hour of life

Breastfeeding within an hour after birth is critical for saving newborn lives

For more information, please contact:

Claudio Fauvrelle
Tel +258 21 481 100
email: cfauvrelle@unicef.org

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Every three minutes a teenage girl is infected by HIV – UNICEF

Around 30 teenagers aged 15 to 19 were newly infected with HIV per hour in 2017

For more information, please contact:

Claudio Fauvrelle
Tel +258845450071
email: cfauvrelle@unicef.org

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Record number of infants vaccinated in 2017

As over 19 million children miss out on vaccinations, UNICEF and WHO call for concerted efforts to reach all children

For more information, please contact:

Claudio Fauvrelle
Tel +25821481100
email: cfauvrelle@unicef.org

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Children should not be separated from their families because of their migration status

Statement from UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore on situation of migrant children and families in the U.S.

For more information, please contact:

Claudio Fauvrelle
Tel +258 21 481 100
email: cfauvrelle@unicef.org

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2 in 3 infants live in countries where dads are not entitled to a single day of paid paternity leave

UNICEF calls for investment in family-friendly policies that support early childhood development including paid paternity and maternity leave, free pre-primary education, and paid breastfeeding breaks

For more information, please contact:

Claudio Fauvrelle
Tel +258 21 481 100
email: cfauvrelle@unicef.org

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Photographs

High-resolution, professional photographs covering a wide range of issues affecting children are available for news organizations.

For information on how to order photographs, contact UNICEF Mozambique Communication team.

You can also browse our online archive at photo.unicef.org.mz.

Video

Video news packages are available from UNICEF for use by news journalists and current affairs broadcasters. These 10-, 15- and 20-minute Betacam video tapes highlight the plight of children around the world as well as UNICEF-supported programmes in support of children and their communities.

The sequences are shot by professional cameramen and edited loosely to give broadcasters the flexibility to re-edit. Tapes are provided with shot lists and story background. The audio is natural sync sound only.

Available footage includes video news packages with or without narration and PSAs. Footage is collected in the nearly 160 countries in which UNICEF works.

Click here to view a list of all available video news packages.

Public Service Announcements

Professionally produced PSAs, or TV spots, on significant themes and issues affecting children around the world are available in varying lengths and languages with an accompanying script that can be used 'as is' or tailored to fit the needs of your local community or broadcasting station.

Click here to view a list of all available PSAs.

How to order

For information on how to order these video packages in Mozambique, contact UNICEF Mozambique Communication team

All the material is provided free of charge.

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