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"For these children, true and lasting peace cannot come soon enough."
@unicefchief on Yemen peace talks and Hudaydah ceasefire. https://t.co/d6F9lBCGD1 #ChildrenUnderAttack https://t.co/M4fcG0kaOo
This is how we're helping create safe spaces for women and girls in Rohingya refugee camps. https://t.co/5lHx08acPG
RT @unicefchief: Today millions of children across Yemen saw their dreams of peace inch closer to reality with the close of promising negotiations between the warring parties and an agreed ceasefire in the port city of Hudaydah. Lasting peace cannot come soon enough. https://t.co/EMmLyIU2at https://t.co/8oksKXB8o2
Every student has a right to feel safe in school. Young people are stepping up to demand the safety & education they deserve. RT to support. #ENDviolence https://t.co/tcE7Gv9ESM
RT @antonioguterres: Today, I hope we are seeing the beginning of the end of one of the biggest tragedies of the 21st century — the conflict in Yemen, the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. My remarks in Sweden https://t.co/33FJuWG7ls https://t.co/gUFfam5b88
RT @WHO: Nearly 30 million babies are born too soon, too small or become sick every year and need specialized care to survive: new report https://t.co/uJBJPzUs9b
To help save babies’ lives, it’s critical that governments invest more in skilled health workers. https://t.co/jqIp1c72zo
#EveryChildALIVE #HealthForALL https://t.co/NzAIb3FPw9
Half of Syria’s children have grown up only knowing war.
Reaching them wherever they are remains our priority. https://t.co/kUUB83dGp5 #ChildrenUnderAttack https://t.co/2JJvlrCtPe
RT @UNICEFmedia: 15,000 children without parents or missing, five years after out-break of fighting in South Sudan | @unicefssudan #ChildrenUnderAttack https://t.co/mVwrC2qWbi
RT @unicefchief: Over 2.5 million babies died last year. Almost all of these deaths could have been prevented. Every pregnant woman and every newborn, without exception, should have access to high-quality, affordable services before, during, and after birth.
#HealthForAll #EveryChildALIVE https://t.co/g2k1hEFSKz
This is the moment a family was reunited after five years in South Sudan. https://t.co/zAfa6SZyPH
RT @unicefchief: Every 8-year-old in #Syria has been growing up amidst danger, destruction and death. These children need to be able to return to school, receive their vaccinations, and feel safe and protected. We need to be able to help them. https://t.co/R7Yjy3y93P #ChildrenUnderAttack https://t.co/j1khdrdZLY
We all have a voice but are you willing to use it? Violence in schools is not inevitable. Spread this message. #ENDviolence https://t.co/DCiEDfFWId
"Our current generation of millennials is a group of motivated, rebellious, sometimes idealistic but often hopeful people. We seek ways to improve the system... Our ideas need to be listened to and supported." Klaudia, 22, at the UN Climate Change Conference. #COP24 https://t.co/ehv3LMNiWq
Over 2.5 million babies died from preventable causes last year. We’re calling on world leaders to invest more in newborn care. Tiny, fragile lives depend on it. https://t.co/jqIp1c72zo
#EveryChildALIVE #HealthForAll https://t.co/4nB1hNdxXY
Eight-year-old Chogi is on his way to meet his mother after five years apart in South Sudan.
We’ve helped close to 6,000 children reunite with their families since conflict broke out in 2013. @unicefssudan
“This is my father and this is my mother. I haven’t seen them since 2016.”
We’re helping Falluoch, 11, trace his parents.
Close to 6,000 children have been reunited with their families in South Sudan since 2013. @unicefssudan
"Before the dignity kits I didn’t have money to buy soap or sanitary pads. The kits gave me the courage and the confidence to come to school every day.” Hawa, 15, Chad.
9 things you didn’t know about menstruation → https://t.co/SN59DARnJq #MenstruationMatters https://t.co/0C0inkrtlr
@unicefchief reflects on meeting families affected by the conflict in Syria and young people who are determined to build the future they deserve. #ChildrenUnderAttack
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