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Young people have say on climate change and disaster risks
Hunger threatens over half of population in South Sudan
2.9 million people, including 1.6 million children, affected by one or more humanitarian crises in Niger
Over half a million children in northwest Syria forced to flee amid continued violence and harsh weather
UNICEF appeals for US$42.3 million to support global Covid-19 outbreak response
£1.2 billion for world’s most powerful weather and climate supercomputer
We must protect Children in Armed Conflict “Children have been robbed of their childhood and forced
Critical support for former child soldiers in South Sudan at risk from lack of funding
Geneva Palais briefing note on situation of children in Madagascar
Global measles vaccination drive to protect upto 45 million children
Mexico: An estimated 700 migrant children stranded in Matamoros near U.S. border
UNICEF ships 6 metric tons of supplies to support China’s response to Novel Coronavirus outbreak
Nearly 5 million children will need humanitarian assistance in central Sahel this year as violence surges
European Investment Bank and UNICEF partner to help improve access to quality education and protect children from climate change
UNICEF mourns death of Dr. Peter Salama
Canadian supported projects in Mali
1 in 3 adolescent girls from poorest households has never been to school – UNICEF
Canada-Africa project announcements
Canada announces funding to provide humanitarian assistance to flood-affected people
First drone and data academy opens in Africa to improve service delivery for children
UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Liam Neeson joins call to ramp up support to Venezuelan migrant children during visit to Brazil-Venezuela border
Leading sports presenter is Oz Day Ambassador
Fighting in and around Tripoli shuts 210 schools, depriving over 115
New Year’s Babies: Over 392,000 children will be born worldwide on New Year’s Day – UNICEF
2019 concludes a ‘deadly decade’ for children in conflict, with more than 170
Waves of protests around world are reminder that voices of children and adolescents must be heard and their rights protected
Nine Afghan children killed or maimed daily in world’s most lethal warzone
NZ to help fund fight against measles in Pacific region
Foreign Minister and Pacific Peoples Minister to visit Samoa
NZ businesses encouraged to join 10 banks in Samoa fundraise
Despite significant increase in birth registration, a quarter of world’s children remain ‘invisible’ – UNICEF
COP25: UNICEF Global Chief of Communication Paloma Escudero remarks at high-level UNICEF-OHCHR event
NTU scientists uncover structure of key pneumonia virus enzyme
As impact of climate crisis worsens, Caribbean islands see six-fold increase in estimated number of children displaced by storms
Measles outbreaks continue unabated: Five countries accounted for nearly half of all measles cases in 2018
More than 6,100 unaccompanied refugee and migrant children in Italy in need of community and family-based care
UNICEF issues largest-ever emergency funding appeal to reach historic numbers of children in need
430,000 children continue to bear brunt of eastern Ukraine conflict
Artist Ken Done and Studio Mignone create children’s holiday art table to support UNICEF
Over 300 children and adolescents die every day from AIDS-related causes
Ishmael Beah visits Sierra Leone on 30th anniversary of Convention on Rights of Child
New policies in northern Central America, Mexico and U.S. put asylum and safety beyond reach of migrant children
Funding to support anti-child exploitation initiative in Philippines an important step in right direction
Geneva Palais briefing note on children in Syria
Novo Nordisk and UNICEF announce new partnership to help prevent childhood overweight and obesity
UNICEF launches Right Runner game to inspire players to take action on child rights
30 years of child rights: Historic gains and undeniable achievements
One child dies of pneumonia every 39 seconds, agencies warn