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More than 70,000 children born during the Ebola outbreak in Liberia at risk of exclusion if not registered, warns UNICEF

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UNICEF is supporting a drive by the Liberian Government to register more than 70,000 children whose births were not recorded during the Ebola crisis, leaving them vulnerable to marginalization and exclusion.





Marie's Story

UNICEF responds to latest Ebola outbreak in Liberia

Ebola response July 2015


UNICEF Liberia has responded to the first confirmed cases of Ebola in more than three months by sending emergency supplies to the affected community in Margibi County. Supplies include hygiene kits, gloves, soap, boots and mobile latrines.


Ebola's impact on children: one child's story


Over 700,000 children to receive learning kits across Liberia


UNICEF Liberia has begun the distribution of 700,000 learning and teaching kits to thousands of schools across Liberia. These kits will help to ensure the continuity of learning for students in Liberia, post Ebola, by providing some of the basic educational items required during the school year.

UNICEF Liberia staff recount working during Ebola crisis



Social mobilization: Key to success of immunization campaign

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Social mobilization and community engagement are two phrases I hear quite frequently these days, in the office and the media, with both activities widely credited as helping turn the tide in stopping the spread of Ebola.

Helvina's Story: Resilience in the face of Ebola


Social cash transfers supporting families across Liberia

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The Social Cash Programme is a way to help extremely poor and vulnerable households to pull themselves out of poverty. 60 percent of beneficiary families are headed by single mothers. Learn more about the real impact of social cash transfers in Liberia.


Zuwana's Story


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