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Amid Iraq’s turmoil, some children find solace in the classroom
Takiya camp, outside Baghdad: Entering an IDP camp is never easy, and certainly not in Iraq: besides the multiple levels of clearance, visitors have to navigate other unforeseen hazards - an inexperienced policeman stationed at the gate, for example...

UNICEF Responds to Urgent Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Needs of Internally Displaced People in Libya
Tripoli, Libya, 7 June 2015 – More than 1,700 internally displaced Tawergha families in nine camps in Libya have been provided with Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) services.

Providing education amid violence in Iraq
“I’ve had the opportunity to leave Iraq in the past, but I haven’t taken it,” says UNICEF Education Officer Iman Abdullah. “I stayed because of my children. I wanted to show them that we rise up as a society when we accept others.”

Nutrition Impact and Positive Practice Circle Session
SUDAN-Kassala, March 2014 - Recently, Mona Showeeb hosted a Nutrition Impact and Positive Practice Circle Session “ NIPP”. The Session, which is called NIPP Circle, was attended by 15 community members who were very keen to learn how to keep their childre

New report reveals children in deprived areas still live in poverty in Tunisia
Tunis, 3 November 2014 – A new study has revealed that, in deprived areas, many children and adolescents under the age of 18, who make up one third of the population in Tunisia, live in a state of poverty and experience difficult conditions

UNICEF and IDLO launch study into child justice system in the MENA region
Amman, Jordan, 27 October 2014- UNICEF and the International Development Law Association (IDLO) have launched a seven month study to look at alternative methods of detention and punishment for children who come into conflict with the law.

Survival in Gaza: how one UNICEF staff member survived 50 days of violence
BEIT HANOUN, Gaza. September 2014 - The entire front of Bassam Nasser’s house has disappeared; a tank shell has left a large hole in the roof and his flatscreen tv has been put out of action – apparently by a piece of shrapnel.

Refugee children from Iraq find a space to feel safe in Syria
Malkieh, Syria 1 October 2014 – Hundreds of Iraqi children who fled fighting in northern Iraq have discovered they can be kids again, at UNICEF supported child friendly places in the Newroz refugee camp in Syria.

Mixed feelings for Gaza’s children as they return to a new school year
Gaza, SoP, September 16 2014-The sight of schoolchildren filing into classrooms across Gaza this week was a welcome sign that in one respect at least, life in the territory is returning to some kind of normality after a traumatic summer of conflict and bl

UNICEF delivers clothes for 1,000 children in Nawrouz camp
Nawrouz camp, northern Syria, 14 August 2014, “Yazidis like to dress in colours. We hate black,” says 16-year-old Araz, a recent arrival to the Nawrouz refugee camp in northern Syria

Breaking Social Barriers to Reach Every Child
5th June 2014, Sa’ada. As 7-month old Sami gets his first round of vaccinations, children waiting for their turn peer in through the windows and records are checked to see if anyone else is missing. This is day seven of an integrated health campaign to r

A long walk towards health
DJIBOUTI, Ali-Sabieh, 17 June 2014- When her husband fell victim to Somalia’s ongoing civil war, Chouckri gathered her seven children and fled to neighbouring Djibouti.

The Recruit (A male adolescent, 19)
YEMEN, 11 June, 2014 - When I was seven years old, my family was involved in a dispute with another family in the village. My big brother was imprisoned and my father was shot 14 times by the other family.

Dafurian Mothers want a better future for their children
Nyala, South Darfur, May 2014-In has been a decade since the conflict started in Darfur and Dafurian mother’s tears are endless.

Tasera a Darfurian child “I want peace and education”
Nyala, South Darfur, May 2014-Recently, Geert Cappelaere, UNICEF Representative in Sudan urged all parties who are involved in armed conflict in Darfur to “listen to the voice of the children” and work to provide a safe environment for them.

Morocco: UNICEF supports the government to develop a national integrated policy for child protection
Morocco: UNICEF supports the government to develop a national integrated policy for child protection "From this rostrum we commit ourselves to be fully engaged with you in the implementation and monitoring of the integrated policy for child protection

In Sudan, a massive nutrition survey provides much needed data
Nyala, South Darfur, Sudan – January 2014: A new survey method has been used for the first time in Sudan to collect data on child malnutrition. The Simple Spatial Survey Method (S3M) can be used to cover larger areas than other methods

Pioneer midwife in South Darfur still passionate about maternal health at 78
Nyala, South Darfur, January 2014: In her 48 years as a midwife, Fatima Ali has delivered thousands of girls and boys. More than that, she opened South Darfur’s first and only midwifery school which has trained 1,500 midwives.

How young people bridged the aid gap in Darfur’s Kalma camp
Kalma camp, South Darfur, January 2014 - For ten long days Khadija, 30, grieved at the thought of never seeing her five children again. The family had been separated in a fierce, armed attack.

For Eastern Sudanese nomads, education for girls is a priority
Kassala, Eastern Sudan, 8 April, 2014 - It used to be a rare exception that children from Sudan’s nomad communities got a chance to go to school. Faiza is proof of how much things have changed. Next year, the 18-year-old aims to attend medical school.

The benefit of bednets: malaria cases drop in Darfur IDP camp
Nyala, South Darfur – January 2014: It’s a simple tool with great health benefits: ‘Since we started using bednets, none of us have been sick with malaria’, says Khadija, 37, who lives with her husband and five children in the Draij camp outside Nyala, So

In Yemen, one girl fights back against the practice of early marriage
SANA’A, Yemen, 26 March 2014 – One afternoon, Laila returned home from school, excited to tell her mother about what she had learned and the games she had played with her friends. The 13-year-old found her mother lying in bed.

Household survey begins to determine needs of women and children in Palestine
Jerusalem, March 23, 2014 – Ninety Palestinian field workers are conducting house-to house surveys as part of a two month data-collecting exercise which will bring long term benefits to women and children in Gaza and the West Bank.

Running out of water in Yemen
YEMEN, 24 March, 2014 - Yemen is one of the most water-stressed countries in the Middle East. Prior to the unrest that swept across Yemen in 2011, surveys showed that approximately 4.5 million children lived in households that had no access to a proper wa

In the Sudan, a transformed school transforms children – and their community
KASSALA, Sudan, 17 March 2014 – Malaz, 13, has been a student at Jamam basic school, outside Kassala town, the capital of Eastern Sudan’s Kassala State, since she was in the first grade.

A Community in Yemen Transforms its school and its environs
EMEN, 18 March, 2014- Stray bullets turned the schoolyard into a battleground. Children and teachers were terrified, fearing where they would land, fearing what might happen to them.

No Identity…no right…A worthwhile Struggle
YEMEN,17 March, 2014-Without any proof of age, name or identity, sisters Amera and Halima faced a difficult future. Their older sisters had managed to study at school until Grades 7 and 9, but the two younger siblings, aged just 6 and 7

Children in post conflict Libya have access to safer places to play
Takiya camp, outside Baghdad: Entering an IDP camp is never easy, and certainly not in Iraq: besides the multiple levels of clearance, visitors have to navigate other unforeseen hazards - an inexperienced policeman stationed at the gate, for example...

A fresh solution to Gaza's water crisis
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Desalination plants help respond to Gaza’s water crisis
Takiya camp, outside Baghdad: Entering an IDP camp is never easy, and certainly not in Iraq: besides the multiple levels of clearance, visitors have to navigate other unforeseen hazards - an inexperienced policeman stationed at the gate, for example...

UNICEF and the Government of Japan make water possible for rural children
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UNICEF unveils the Urban Child Development Index in world premiere in Rabat
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Hope for children — even if they are behind bars
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Celebrating a special week for children in Iran
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Mark Levengood, UNICEF Sweden Goodwill Ambassador, meets with Palestinian children
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UNICEF appreciates use of art to protect children in contact with the law
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Overlooked and Forgotten: The Story of an Iraqi Family in Refuge
Takiya camp, outside Baghdad: Entering an IDP camp is never easy, and certainly not in Iraq: besides the multiple levels of clearance, visitors have to navigate other unforeseen hazards - an inexperienced policeman stationed at the gate, for example...

Combatting risk of disease in Domiz refugee camp as summer approaches
Takiya camp, outside Baghdad: Entering an IDP camp is never easy, and certainly not in Iraq: besides the multiple levels of clearance, visitors have to navigate other unforeseen hazards - an inexperienced policeman stationed at the gate, for example...

Syrian children in Turkey get education despite language challenges
Takiya camp, outside Baghdad: Entering an IDP camp is never easy, and certainly not in Iraq: besides the multiple levels of clearance, visitors have to navigate other unforeseen hazards - an inexperienced policeman stationed at the gate, for example...

Crossing the border from Syria to Iraq
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Human interest stories
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كلمة صابرين جابر بمناسبة إطلاق تقرير وضع الأطفال في العالم - طولكرم - دولة فلسطين - 2013
Takiya camp, outside Baghdad: Entering an IDP camp is never easy, and certainly not in Iraq: besides the multiple levels of clearance, visitors have to navigate other unforeseen hazards - an inexperienced policeman stationed at the gate, for example...

Children with disabilities among Syria’s most vulnerable
Takiya camp, outside Baghdad: Entering an IDP camp is never easy, and certainly not in Iraq: besides the multiple levels of clearance, visitors have to navigate other unforeseen hazards - an inexperienced policeman stationed at the gate, for example...

Syrian children with disabilities tell their stories of courage and resilience in Domiz Camp, Iraq
Takiya camp, outside Baghdad: Entering an IDP camp is never easy, and certainly not in Iraq: besides the multiple levels of clearance, visitors have to navigate other unforeseen hazards - an inexperienced policeman stationed at the gate, for example...

Syrian children with disabilities resilient amid conflict
Takiya camp, outside Baghdad: Entering an IDP camp is never easy, and certainly not in Iraq: besides the multiple levels of clearance, visitors have to navigate other unforeseen hazards - an inexperienced policeman stationed at the gate, for example...

More disaster looms for children caught in Sa’ada emergency, Yemen
Takiya camp, outside Baghdad: Entering an IDP camp is never easy, and certainly not in Iraq: besides the multiple levels of clearance, visitors have to navigate other unforeseen hazards - an inexperienced policeman stationed at the gate, for example...

Yesterday a student, today a baker
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East Jerusalem's young people find inspiration in new programmes
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