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UNICEF expresses concern over recent escalation in violence in Sudan and the impact on children
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

War in Yemen poses ever-growing threat to children
SANAA, Yemen – 12 January 2016 – “With no end in sight to the deadly conflict in Yemen, nearly 10 million children inside the country are now facing a new year of pain and suffering......

UNICEF plans to reach 2.6 million Syrian children with winter supplies and cash assistance
AMMAN, 7 December 2015 – Another harsh winter is looming for more than eight million Syrian children living inside the war-ravaged country or as refugees around the region and beyond.....

Statement by UN Special Representative of the Secretary General for Iraq, Ján Kubiš, and UNICEF Iraq Representative, Peter Hawkins
BAGHDAD, 3 December 2015: The ongoing conflict in Iraq is taking a heavy toll on the country’s most vulnerable citizens – its children......

Statement Attributable To Peter Salama, UNICEF Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa on Universal Children’s Day
AMMAN, 20 November 2015: “Twenty-six years ago today, the world made a solemn promise to the children of the world, to protect and promote their rights to survive and thrive, to learn and grow.....

UNICEF appoints famed Iraqi composer, poet and singer Kadim Al-Sahir as Regional Ambassador for the Middle East and North Africa
AMMAN, 20 November 2015- On the occasion of Universal Children’s Day, the renowned Iraqi singer, Kadim Al-Sahir, has been appointed today Regional Ambassador for UNICEF in the Middle East and North Africa......

Tech companies and governments pledge to protect millions of children from sexual exploitation online – UNICEF
ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates, 17 November, 2015 – Leading technology companies, governments and international organizations have committed to protecting millions of children from online sexual exploitation at the #WeProtect .......

UNICEF supports efforts to strengthen protection of conflict-affected children in Libya
Tunis, 10 November 2015 – As the conflict and violence in Libya continues, UNICEF is stepping up efforts to better protect children through the training of local authorities. Thirty-eight social workers from Libya recently completed.....

Concern over Iraq cholera outbreak prompts accelerated response
BAGHDAD, 6 November 2015 – UNICEF is part of urgent efforts underway in Iraq to shield communities and families from the effects of a cholera outbreak that has already infected more than 2,200 people ....

Workshop on Child Welfare Takes Place in Oman
Muscat, 04 November 2015 – A two-day workshop to review child wellbeing indicators in Oman ended today in the capital, Muscat.....

Violence denies millions of children across Iraq access to education
BAGHDAD, 30 October 2015– The staggered start of the academic year in Iraq concludes this week with close to two million children nationwide out of school. An additional 1.2 million children are at risk of dropping out......

UNICEF MENA Regional Director visits Islamic Republic of Iran
Tehran, 05 October 2015- UNICEF Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa Dr. Peter Salama has ended a two-day visit to Iran during which he discussed with national counterparts and UN officials current and potential new areas of ........

Conflict drives 13 million children out of school in the Middle East and North Africa
AMMAN, 3 September 2015- Surging conflict and political upheaval across the Middle East and North Africa are preventing more than 13 million children from going to school, according to a UNICEF report released today.

Following visit to war-torn Yemen, UNICEF Regional Director deplores impact of the conflict on children
SANAA/AMMAN, 26 July 2015- UNICEF Regional Director Dr. Peter Salama has ended a three-day visit to Yemen, during which he saw first-hand the impact of the country’s brutal conflict on children....

Amid Yemen’s conflict, UNICEF helps get children back to learning
Sana’a/Geneva, July 24, 2015- The ongoing conflict in Yemen is having a devastating impact on the country’s education system – and on the chances of millions of children to access learning.....

Amid surging conflict in Yemen, UNICEF mobile teams respond to children’s urgent health needs
Aden, 10 July 2015- With health services across Yemen disintegrating under the impact of a brutal conflict, UNICEF and its partners are stepping up nutrition screening.....

Urgent Action Needed to Tackle Child Labour Caused by Syrian Crisis: Save the Children and Unicef
AMMAN, 2 July 2015- The conflict and humanitarian crisis in Syria are pushing an ever increasing number of children into exploitation in the labour market, and much more needs to be done to reverse the trend.........

Millions of Children in War-Torn Yemen at Risk of Disease and Malnutrition: UNICEF
Sana’a, 30 June 2015 – The ongoing conflict in Yemen is having a devastating impact on the country’s health system, and exposing millions of children to the threat of preventable diseases, says UNICEF.

Launch of Sudan MICS 2014
Khartoum, 15 June 2015: The Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) in collaboration with sector line ministries and the support of UNICEF, WFP, UNFPA, WHO, and DFID today launched the 2014 the multiple indicator Cluster Survey 2014 for Sudan.

Statement attributable to Julien Harneis, UNICEF Representative in Yemen
SANA’A, 16 Jun 2015 – "The number of children in Yemen who have been killed as a result of conflict over the last 10 weeks is four times that of all those confirmed to have been killed in 2014

UNICEF ALERT! Lack of funding threatens provision of critical support to over 100,000 children in Sudan affected by the war in South Sudan
KHARTOUM, Sudan, 10 June 2015-UNICEF in coordination with its implementing partners and UNHCR has been supporting the Government of Sudan in responding to the humanitarian needs of girls and boys affected by the war in South Sudan, since December 2013.

New equipment to support water and sanitation network improvements
Madaba, 9 June 2015 – The delivery of six water and sanitation utility trucks will help boost Jordan’s ongoing work in rehabilitating water and sanitation infrastructure across the country. The keys to three ‘backhoe loader’ trucks we.....

UNICEF Launch a Water, Sanitation and Hygiene life- saving Intervention in Libya
Tripoli, Libya, 1 June 2015 – More then 1700 internally displaced Tawergha families in nine camps to benefit from a water, sanitation and hygiene intervention led by UNICEF in partnership with municipalities and a local partner.

Statement on situation in Yemen by UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake
New York, 24 May 2015 – “The toll seems to grow higher by the day. Reports that two more children have been killed and six more children injured in the escalating conflict in Yemen underscore the urgent need for action to protect children...

“Finding Our Future” – Libyan youth advocacy campaign for the Constitutional Demands launched
Tunis, 18th May 2015 – Representatives of the Libyan youth from all regions of the country launched a campaign to advocate for their Constitutional Demands

Djibouti launches a life-saving immunisation campaign
DJIBOUTI, 11 May 2015 –An integrated immunization campaign is underway to vaccinate 250,000 children aged nine months to 15 years against measles and 125,000 children aged 0 to 59 months against polio. The 6-59 months age group will also receive vitamin A

"Please stop this war": Yemeni children hope for end to conflict
SANA’A, Yemen, 5 May 2015 – Seven-year-old Nada Nussir will not be going to school tomorrow. Or the day after. Or the day after that.

Hundreds of children killed or maimed in deadly month long fighting in Yemen - UNICEF
SANA’A, YEMEN / AMMAN, JORDAN / GENEVA, 24 April 2015 – At least 115 children have been killed and 172 maimed as result of conflict in Yemen since 26 March.

Nearly 8 million children in Sudan to be immunized against measles following deadly outbreak – UNICEF
KHARTOUM, Sudan/ GENEVA / NAIROBI 22 April 2015 – Following one of the worst measles outbreaks in Sudan’s recent history, the Ministry of Health with support from UNICEF

Together For Children UNICEF’s National Campaign in Libya
Zarzis, Tunisia, 21 April 2015 – UNICEF launched ‘Together for Children’, a national campaign with municipalities in Libya.

Step up action before more tragedies unfold in the Mediterranean
NEW YORK, 20 April, 2015 - “Reports of tragedies on the Mediterranean Sea - leaving hundreds of people, including children, dead or missing – are becoming all too frequent and the human cost all too high.

Statement by Anthony Lake, UNICEF Executive Director, on attack in Garowe, Somalia
ROME/NEW YORK, 20 APRIL 2015 - “The horrific attack on our UNICEF colleagues today in northern Somalia is an assault not only on them but on the people they served.

School enrolment rates up but 21 million children in the Middle East & North Africa risk missing out on an education
Beirut 15 April 2015 – Despite impressive progress in raising school enrolment over the past decade, one in every four children and young adolescents (more than 21 million) in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are either out of school or at risk of

Zintan Municipality Agrees With UNICEF on Outreach Support to Over 3000 Internally Displaced Families in the City
Tunis, Tunisia, 13 April 2015 –Mr. Mostafa Al Barooni, Mayor of Zintan Municipality and Dr. Ghassan Khalil, UNICEF Special Representative in Libya

New UNICEF consignment of essential supplies arrives in wartorn Yemen
SANA’A/AMMAN, 14 April 2015 – A second aircraft loaded with UNICEF lifesaving supplies has arrived at Sana’a International Airport, bringing nearly 76 metric tonnes of antibiotics, bandages, syringes, IV sets and other materials.

Germany and UNICEF Continue to Strengthen the Child Protection System in Libya
Tunis, Tunisia, April 12, 2015 –His Excellency Mr. Christian Much, The Ambassador of Germany for Libya attended a presentation by UNICEF Libya Country Office on the progress achieved in strengthening the child protection system in Libya

Iraq Goes One Year without Polio Case
Erbil, 7 April 2015 - Today, 7 April, Iraq has gone one year since wild poliovirus paralyzed a 34 month old girl on the outskirts of Baghdad.

Al Baydaa Municipality and UNICEF to Support Internally Displaced Families and Children
Tunis, 7 April 2015 – Mr. Ali Zarzour, Mayor of Al Baydaa and Dr. Ghassan Khalil, UNICEF Special Representative for Libya signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to support children of Internally Displaced Persons and their families

Increasing violence in Yemen taking intolerable toll on children: UNICEF
SANA’A/AMMAN, 6 April 2015 – With conflict escalating in many parts of Yemen, children continue to be killed, injured, displaced and put at increasing risk from disease, UNICEF said today

A New Tunisia… an Inclusive Tunisia
HAMMAMET, Tunisia, 30 March 2015 - In the wake of the democratic transition and upcoming reforms, Tunisia is becoming increasingly aware of the rights of children with disabilities and the importance of including them in every aspect of society.

Abu Salim Municipality and UNICEF Cooperate to support IDPs
Tunis, 30 March 2015 – Mr. Abdul Rahman Al Hamdy, Mayor of Abu Salim and Dr. Ghassan Khalil, UNICEF Special Representative for Libya signed a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate in responding to children’s needs of more than 2750 internally displaced

Tuarga Local Council and UNICEF to Address Sanitation and Hygiene issues in Tuarga Camps
Tunis, 02 April 2015 – The head of the local council of Tuarga Mr. Abd Al Rahman Al Shekshak and Dr. Ghassan Khalil, UNICEF Special Representative for Libya signed a Memorandum of Understanding to address the urgent sanitation and hygiene needs for the

UNICEF Addresses Violence Against Children in Libya
Hammamet, Tunisia, March 12, 2015 – UNICEF Libya country office launches a seven-day workshop to train Libyan researchers and data collectors on Violence Against Children in schools and family settings

UNCIEF advocates for children’s constitutional rights with the Libyan Constitutional Drafting Committee
Tunis, 3 March 2015 – UNICEF Special Representative in Libya, Dr. Ghassan Khalil, submitted a concept note on Incorporating Child Rights in the new Libyan Constitution

EU and UNICEF mark completion of first component of EUR 10 million seawater desalination plant in Gaza
Gaza, 24 February, 2015 - Today the European Union and UNICEF jointly marked the completion of the first component of a EUR 10 million desalination plant which will provide over 75,000 Palestinians with clean, drinking water in Gaza.

Al Fakhoora, UNDP, UNICEF and UNRWA to Launch Us$40 Million Project on Education, Reconstruction and Psychosocial Support in Gaza
During a press conference which took place Sunday at Al Shaqab in Doha, Education Above All’s Al Fakhoora programme signed agreements with the United Nations Development Programme

Violence against children in Egypt
CAIRO, 11 February 2015- The National Council for Childhood and Motherhood (NCCM) and the United Nations Children's fund (UNICEF) launched today a study on violence against children.

Despite deepening political crisis in ‪Yemen‬, UNICEF to stay and deliver
Sanaa, 13 February, 2015 – As the political crisis deepens in Yemen with several embassies evacuating their staff, UNICEF reaffirms its commitment to stay and deliver for the children of Yemen.

More brutal and intense conflicts leave children increasingly at risk of recruitment
NEW YORK, 12 February 2015 – Children are increasingly vulnerable to recruitment and use by armed groups as conflicts around the world become more brutal, intense and widespread, UNICEF and the UN Special Representative for Children

UNICEF and David Beckham launch ‘7’ – a new fund for children in danger across globe
LONDON, 9 February 2015 – David Beckham and UNICEF are today launching a groundbreaking initiative, 7: The David Beckham UNICEF Fund, to protect millions of children around the world from danger.

Psychosocial Support for Libyan Children Begins
Tunis, 4 February 2015 – UNICEF and Taher Azzawi Charity Organization signed an agreement to provide psychosocial support for 800 internally displaced families in Tripoli, Libya.

Appel de l’UNICEF au Maroc pour l’interdiction du recrutement des enfants de moins de 18 ans dans le travail domestique
Le Parlement marocain est sur le point d’adopter le projet de loi fixant les conditions d’emploi des travailleurs domestiques. Nous félicitons le Royaume du Maroc pour la prise en considération de cette question.

UNICEF emergency supplies flown in as crisis worsens in Darfur
KHARTOUM, 28 January 2015 – UNICEF flew in today emergency supplies in response to the growing influx of displaced persons into Um Baru locality, north east of the State capital, El Fasher, in North Darfur.

UNICEF launches US$3.1 billion appeal to reach more children in emergencies
GENEVA, 29 January 2015 - UNICEF is launching a US$3.1 billion appeal – its largest ever – to reach 62 million children at risk in humanitarian crises worldwide – a US$1 billion jump in funding needs since last year’s appeal.

Devastating Middle East polio outbreak on verge of being stopped, say experts
27 January 2015 | BEIRUT -A 12-month emergency immunization response across the Middle East appears to have halted an outbreak of polio that began in Syria and Iraq, according to health experts meeting in Beirut.

LIBYAN SCOUTS VALUES AS A VEHICLE FOR PEACE
Zarzis, Tunisia, 26 January 2015 - Thirty-eight Libyan Scout leaders are ready, following a five-day training course to provide children affected by the armed conflict with psychosocial support.

UNICEF and European Union fund water conservation project in Iraq
Baghdad, Iraq, 19 January, 2015 – The UNICEF Water and Sanitation (WASH) programme, with financial support from the European Union (EU) has started the implementation of a public awareness project to promote efficient water use and improved hygiene

UNICEF calls for an end to conflict and investment in basic social services for children in Sudan
Khartoum, 19th January 2015- UNICEF expresses grave concern that children are increasingly becoming victims in the recent spike in conflict in areas around Jebel Mara in Central and North Darfur States.

Yemenis must be protected from harm in the home and at school, be it from bombs or guns.
Sana’a, 20 Jan. 2015 – The fighting yesterday between conflicting parties forced hundreds of children to evacuate from classrooms and damaged school buildings in many parts of the city.

UNICEF calls for an end to conflict and investment in basic social services for children in Sudan
Khartoum, 19th January 2015: UNICEF expresses grave concern that children are increasingly becoming victims in the recent spike in conflict in areas around Jebel Mara in Central and North Darfur States

UNICEF Iraq Distributes Over 200,000 Sets of Winter Clothing
Erbil, 11 January June 2015 – Bitterly cold winter weather in Iraq has compounded the dire situation facing more than one million children, as the country continues to suffer from widespread violence and displacement

ECHO provides humanitarian support to address emergency levels of child malnutrition in Sudan
Khartoum, 12th January 2014 – The European Commission's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO), have contributed an additional € 1,335,000 to support the work of UNICEF Sudan

UNICEF Renews Calls to Protect Children at All Times; Denounces Killing of Children
Sana’a, 5 January 2015 –UNICEF condemns the killing and maiming of children in the bombing incident at the Cultural Centre in Ibb city which caused at least 31 child casualties

UNICEF ‘world version’ of John Lennon classic invites all to Imagine a better world for children
CAPE TOWN/LONDON/RIO DE JANEIRO/NEW YORK, 31 December 2014 – On New Year’s Eve, John Lennon’s anthem to hope and peace, Imagine, will take centre stage in capitals across the world to help inspire a global movement towards a better future for every child.

Libyan Police Academy Officers Completed Child Rights and Child Protection Training with UNICEF
Zarzis, Tunisia, 18 December 2014 – Fifty officers from the Libyan Police Academy concluded training on Child Rights and Child Protection in Zarzis, Tunisia. The two rounds of training organized by UNICEF Libya country office

UNICEF Statement on deadly attacks on children in Yemen and Pakistan
NEW YORK, 16 December 2014 – The massacre today of more than 100 children in an attack on a school in Pakistan, and the reported killing of at least 15 school girls in a car bombing in Yemen

Libyan Experts Participate With UNICEF in Drafting Curriculum Framework for Libyan Children
December 2014 – 17 experts from different departments at the Libyan Ministry of Education attended in Zarzis, Tunisia the eight-day capacity building workshop, which constitutes the component of the Curriculum Framework Project.

With 15 million children caught up in major conflicts, UNICEF declares 2014 a devastating year for children
NEW YORK/GENEVA, 8 December 2014 – The year 2014 has been one of horror, fear and despair for millions of children, as worsening conflicts across the world saw them exposed to extreme violence and its consequences, forcibly recruited and deliberately

Libyan Professionals Participate in Juvenile Justice Training with UNICEF
Zarzis, Tunisia, 07 December 2014 – 63 Libyan professionals working with children in conflict with the law participated in two training workshops on restorative justice and the use of non-custodial measures for children in Zarzis, Tunisia.

Raise your voice with UNICEF and Imagine a better world for children
NEW YORK, 20 November 2014 – During a musical event at the United Nations General Assembly today, UNICEF will unveil the #IMAGINE project as part of celebrations for the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Innovation can drive change for most disadvantaged children - UNICEF Report
NEW YORK, 20 November 2014 – Urgent action is needed to prevent millions of children from missing out on the benefits of innovation, UNICEF said in a new report launched on the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Lack of toilets dangerous for everyone, UNICEF says
NEW YORK, 19 November 2014 – Slow progress on sanitation and the entrenched practice of open defecation among millions around the world continue to put children and their communities at risk, UNICEF warned on World Toilet Day

Statement of release of kidnapped UNICEF staff member in Yemen
NEW YORK/SANAA, 8 November 2014 – Colleagues at UNICEF are delighted that James Massaquoi, who was abducted in Yemen in October 2013, has today been released and is safe and well.

Statement attributable to the United Nations Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator a.i. in Sudan, Mr. Geert Cappelaere, on vaccination campaign for children in non-Government held areas of South Kordofan and Blue Nile
Khartoum, 5 November 2014- The United Nations Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Sudan a.i., Mr. Geert Cappelaere, has expressed deep concern that children in conflict affected areas of South Kordofan and Blue Nile may again be at high risk

Polio immunization drive targets 25 million children across the Middle East
Amman, 24 October 2014 - As the world marks World Polio Day, UNICEF, the World Health Organization (WHO) and partners across the Middle East are bolstering efforts to contain a polio outbreak triggered by the conflict in Syria and Iraq last year....

UNICEF Renews Calls for the Release of staff member James Massaquoi
SANA’A, 15th October 2014 - More than one year ago, Engineer James Conrad Massaquoi, an international staff member, was kidnapped in Sana’a on Sunday 6th October 2013, by unknown armed men.

Yemen: Breaking Social Barriers to Reach Marginalized Communities
TAIZ, 15 October, 2014 - In an unprecedented move, UNICEF Yemen along with government partners today launched a package of social protection interventions targeting the Muhamasheen communities in Taiz.....

Polio Eradication Initiative
Polio Eradication Initiative

Morocco uses sport to help raise awareness of violence against children
In April 2014, UNICEF in Morocco teamed up with Marathon des Sables to help raise awareness of the organization’s work with children.

Using puppets to improving hygiene practices among children affected by the Syrian refugee crisis in Jordan
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

EU Commissioner Stephen Fule meets Syrian refugee students at a double shifted girls school in Amman
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

#Gaza4Children
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Nearly one in four adolescent girls experience physical violence
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF Statement on Award of Nobel Peace Prize to Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Handwashing one important tool in the Ebola fight – UNICEF
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Enhancing equity for children in the context of the energy subsidy reform in Egypt (2014)
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Children in Egypt: a statistical digest
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Iraq successfully conducts national mass polio immunization campaign supported by UNICEF and WHO
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF Yemen helps you to help your children to cope with the conflict
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF Keeps its Promises to the Children of Libya
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

More than half a million Gaza students return to school after a shattering summer
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF provides emergency support to get Gaza’s children back in school
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF Delivers Assistance to Children in Al Jawf, Yemen
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Treating the hidden wounds of Gaza's children
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF and Partners Release First-Ever Survey of FGM in Northern Iraq
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Ministry of Health and UNICEF Iran Office hold training workshop on HIV prevention and harm reduction for adolescents and youth
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

New global data expose acute prevalence of violence against children: UNICEF
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Amid ongoing conflict, Iraq successfully implements polio campaign supported by UNICEF and WHO
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF Delivers Emergency Aid to Children in Amerli
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Stepping up the fight against child malnutrition in Sudan - UNICEF receives new grant from the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid & Civil Protection department (ECHO)
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF deploys its largest emergency supply operation ever in a single month
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake on the life of Goodwill Ambassador Lord Richard Attenborough
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF Statement on latest deaths of children in Israel and Gaza
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Gaza school year hit by resumption in hostilities
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Horrifying accounts of child rights violations emerge from survivors of violence in north-western Iraq
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF Scales Up Humanitarian Response in Northern Iraq
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Aid agencies work to improve conditions for Iraqi refugees arriving in neighbouring Syria
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Protect those who work to protect children and families: UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF scaling up support and protection to children in Gaza amid fragile cease-fire
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF Steps up its Humanitarian Response in Northern Iraq
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Mass Polio Vaccination Campaign Supported by WHO and UNICEF Kicks Off in Iraq
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Statement on child deaths in Iraq; attributable to Marzio Babille, UNICEF Representative
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF on Gaza, Israel: “Outrage has become commonplace”
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Germany and UNICEF reaffirm their Commitment to strengthen the Child Protection System in Libya
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Attributed to Maria Calivis Regional Director for the Middle East & North Africa on the Gaza Strip
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Concern over child marriage among vulnerable girls in Jordan
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

FOOD SECURITY SURVEY SHOWS 10 MILLION YEMENIS STILL STRUGGLE FOR FOOD
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake on impact of violence on children in Gaza and Israel
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Escalating violence in the Gaza Strip and Israel threatens devastating harm for children - UNICEF
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

ECHO supports UNICEF to reach 70,000 severely malnourished children in Yemen
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Yemen: New Report reveals inequities have greatest impact on children
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Statement by UNICEF Iraq Representative Marzio Babille on the Latest Displacement of Civilians including Children in Northern Iraq
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF Scales up Access for Humanitarian Assistance to Displaced Iraqi children
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Yemen launches first situation analysis of children in 15 years
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Attack on School in Mosul
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

May National polio campaign covers 5.8 children
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Children, Not Soldiers
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF AND GOVERNMENT OF SUDAN DECLARES THE RIGHT OF EVERY SUDANESE CHILD TO LIFE, EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT A TOP PRIORITY
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF Improves Support Strategy for Displaced People in Haradh
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Yemen takes a major first step in reaching marginalized communities
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

New commitments in water and sanitation will transform children’s lives
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

In Sudan, at least 26,000 primary school children risk repeating an entire school year
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Japanese Government supports UNICEF’s Integrated Life-saving and early recovery interventions in support of affected women and children in Yemen
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

World Water Day World’s poorest have least access to safe water: UNICEF
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Children challenge policymakers during the Moroccan Book Fair
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Humanitarian assistance to Anbar province reaches Amiriyat Al-Fallujah
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Child Rights Experts in Iran Exchange Views on Social Protection of Children
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Launch of Third National Polio Vaccination Campaign in Jordan
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Libya launches child friendly play facilities for children in the post conflict period
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Polio outbreak response under way to protect children in five highest-risk countries
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Transforming Lives Through Education The Varkey GEMS Foundation supports UNICEF’s Schools for Asia Initiative
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF condemns killing of students in northeastern Nigeria
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Sudan: urgent plea from Unicef to allow vaccination in areas of conflict
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF Expands its Reach to Displaced Children in the UN Response to Anbar Crisis
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Horrific cruelty and violence against children in Central African Republic must end: UNICEF
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador David Beckham applauds public’s response to Typhoon Haiyan
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Support to the Security Sector in Applying the Rule of Law
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UNICEF’s latest data reveal disparities, show need to innovate to advance children’s rights
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Sudan launches new data on child malnutrition; UNICEF calls for all-out effort to support the fight against malnutrition in Sudan
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

European Commission’s Humanitarian Office supports fight against child malnutrition in Sudan with grant of €2,000,000 for UNICEF
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

In landmark vote, Tunisian parliament adopts article on child rights in new constitution
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Child rights in Tunisia marked by wide disparities, new data shows
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

One in three children under-five do not officially exist - UNICEF
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Over 23 million children to be vaccinated in mass polio immunization campaign across Middle East
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Polio immunization campaign kicked off as part of massive regional efforts
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

The Ministry of Cooperatives, Labour and Social Welfare and UNICEF Iran Office Launch Report on Children with Disability
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Katy Perry is UNICEF’s newest Goodwill Ambassador
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

More than 850,000 infants saved from HIV since 2005, but alarming trends seen among adolescents
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Millions of children reaching out to helplines worldwide, new report reveals
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

On World Toilet Day, ending open defecation is possible, says UNICEF
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

On Universal Children’s Day, put hidden violence and abuse in the spotlight, says UNICEF
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

On International Day of the Girl Child, innovation key to more girls in school and learning
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Statement by Marzio Babille, UNICEF representative in Iraq, on deadly school attack
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Oman to launch first ever study to measure progress for women and children
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

FAO, IFAD, UNFPA, UNICEF, WFP and WHO step up joint efforts to combat child malnutrition in Sudan
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

L’UNICEF au Maroc appelle à toujours plus d’équité dans la réalisation du droit à l’éducation (Fr)
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Make the Invisible Visible: UNICEF urges louder voices and urgent action to fight violence against children
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Statement by Mr. Philippe Duamelle, UNICEF Representative in Egypt on protection of children during the current events.
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Overwhelming opposition to female genital mutilation/cutting, yet millions of girls still at risk: UNICEF
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Iraq adopts standards to improve children’s learning environments
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

20ème anniversaire de de la Convention Internationale des Droits de l’Enfant Au Maroc
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Summer heat adds to perils facing children of Syria
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

European Commission grants additional €5 million to UNICEF’s Syria crisis response
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Communities are key to ending customs that harm children, says UNICEF
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

UN humanitarian agencies in Syria request urgent access to affected populations in Rural Damascus
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Statement by UNICEF on increasing levels of violence in Syria
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Child labour robbing millions of health, education and growth, UNICEF says
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Joint statement by UNICEF and UNFPA in Egypt: Another tragic death to female genital mutilation/cutting.
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

20ème anniversaire de de la Convention Internationale des Droits de l’Enfant Au Maroc (French)
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

See the child – before the disability, UNICEF says
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Convention on the Rights of the Child turns 21
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Iraq Commences Celebrations of the Convention on the Rights of the Child turning 21
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

Polio Q & A
All you need to know about polio

Sarah and her new friend
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

About Polio
Khartoum – January 21, 2016: The last weeks have once again seen an escalation in violence in the Blue Nile, Darfur region and Nuba Mountains. Children unfortunately continue to bear the biggest burden of one of the most protracted man-made disasters....

 

 
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