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2006

UNICEF's Statement on Iranian Children
UNICEF Assesses Progress and Suggests Agenda To Strengthen Rights of Iranian Children

UNICEF appoints an Iranian actress as a Goodwill Ambassador
Mahtab Keramati confirms her commitment for children

UNICEF Iran and the Celebrities Club sign an agreement
Celebrities Club and UNICEF sign agreement to help Iranian children

Breastfeeding: A Simple Way to Save Young Lives
UNICEF Iran celebrates World Breastfeeding Week

UNICEF Iran Staff Help Lebanese Children
An integrated effort to help the war-affected children

First Newspage to be Launched By and For Children in Iran
An activity by children for children

Media workshop to launch children's newspaper
media workshop for Iranian youth

NGOs and women’s groups learn about documentation methodology
UNICEF Assesses Progress and Suggests Agenda To Strengthen Rights of Iranian Children

Top Legal Experts Hold Juvenile Justice Seminar
A gathering to discuss various aspects of juvenile crime

UNICEF and Mofid University in New Partnership for Child Rights Promotion
An agreement to promote rights of children

Mobilizing religions in support of children
Iranian Shiite Scholars Join Hands With Other Religions to Help Address Violence Against Children

A Quarter of the World’s Children Seriously Underweight
Statistics imply malnutrition as a serious concern

UNICEF provides humanitarian assistance to children affected by the earthquake in Lorestan
UNICEF seeking to heal the wounds days after the disaster

UNICEF announces its first corporate partnership in Iran in time for the New Year celebrations
UNICEF Iran’s first commercial partner

UNICEF launches Community Centres in Bam and Baravat
Children experience a new world with new activities

UNICEF Iran welcomes new Representative
New representative takes over office

 

 
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