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Humanitarian Action for Children 2014
Humanitarian Action for Children highlights the situation of children and women living in the most challenging circumstances, outlines the support required to help them survive and thrive, and shows the results UNICEF and its partners have achieved and ar

The State of the World’s Children 2014 In Numbers
The State of the World’s Children data continue to support advocacy and action on behalf of the world’s 2.2 billion children, providing governments with facts on which to base decisions and actions to improve children’s lives.

Out-of-School Children in Pakistan
Report on Out-of-School Children in Pakistan, prepared in collaboration between the Government of Pakistan, UNICEF and UNESCO Institute for Statistics.

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Humanitarian Action for Children highlights the situation of children and women living in the most challenging circumstances, outlines the support required to help them survive and thrive, and shows the results UNICEF and its partners have achieved and ar

Pakistan Annual Report 2012
Pakistan Annual Report 2012 summarises how the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in Pakistan, our government counterparts and implementing partners worked together during another exciting year to achieve results for children.

The State of the World's Children 2013
Each year, UNICEF’s flagship publication, The State of the World's Children, closely examines a key issue affecting children.

Annual Report 2012
UNICEF Annual Report 2012 outlines UNICEF’s work to achieve equitable results for children through programmes in more than 150 countries, areas and territories. In 2012, UNICEF strengthened programme monitoring, harnessed innovation and broadened partners

Situation Analysis of children and women in Pakistan 2012
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Pakistan Annual Report 2011
In 2011, United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) pursued development goals in four United Nations ‘Delivering as One’ Joint Programmes and four cross-cutting issues working groups.

Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2010 report for Balochistan
Humanitarian Action for Children highlights the situation of children and women living in the most challenging circumstances, outlines the support required to help them survive and thrive, and shows the results UNICEF and its partners have achieved and ar

Pakistan Annual Report 2010
UNICEF Pakistan faced unprecedented challenges in 2010, as did the government and people of my country. These challenges, however, also brought opportunities to reach women and children who had previously not been reached with key services, such as health

Children in Pakistan, Six Months After the Flood
Six months have passed since Pakistan experienced the worst monsoon floods in its recorded history. Unprecedented amounts of rain and breaches in dams and embankments from late July to mid September 2010 displaced millions of people.

UNICEF: Crisis far from over for Pakistan’s children, the 120-Day Progress Report on the Floods
More than four months after the worst floods in the country’s history, UNICEF warns that winter will worsen the threats against Pakistani children who already suffer high rates of acute respiratory infections and malnutrition.

Pakistan Floods Emergency Response Plan - September 2010
Over the course of the 2010 monsoon season, Pakistan experienced the worst floods in its history.Heavy rainfall, flash floods and riverine floods combined to create a moving body of water equal indimension to the land mass of the United Kingdom.

Children in Pakistan: Every Child's Right - Responding to the Floods in Pakistan
The Pakistan floods began in July 2010 following heavy monsoon rains in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, Punjab, Gilgit-Baltistan, Balochistan and Pakistan-Administered Kashmir regions of Pakistan.

Pakistan Floods 2010: Immediate Needs Document
Monsoon Floods in Pakistan 2010. Immediate Needs Document spells out the immediate needs of women and children affected by the worst floods of the century in this part of the worls.

UNICEF Pakistan Annual Report 2009
UNICEF Pakistan Annual Report 2009. The year 2009 brought unprecedent challenges to UNICEF in Pakistan...

Fact Sheet: IDPs in Pakistan - Update December 2009
In December 2009, UNICEF remains committed to assisting the many hundreds of thousands of children and women displaced by conflict in north-western Pakistan.

Pakistan Humanitarian Response Plan 2009
In August 2008 Pakistan suffered a series of overlapping crises that led to substantial internal displacement and left hundreds of thousands in need of humanitarian assistance. These events have come at a time when Pakistan is reeling from ...

Pakistan Annual Report 2008
UNICEF Pakistan Annual Report for the year 2008...

Immunization Times
Immunization Times, an initiative taken a year and a half ago with theaim of bridging information gap amongst the large immunization familyworking at different tiers of our country's health system is now firmlyon the ground. This indeed is a matter

Child-Friendly Schools in Punjab - Bringing Quality Education to Government Primary Schools
UNICEF supports the Child-Friendly School Project in Punjab, Pakistan's largest province, to improve enrolment and retention in primary school, especially for girls, by creating a supportive and child-oriented environment.

Report: Child Health and Sanitation Week, April 2008
Report on Child Health and Sanitation Week supported by UNICEF, April 2008

The Community Action Process in Kalat
The Community Action Process in Kalat: community empowerment for child survival and development

PAKISTAN Annual Report 2007
Humanitarian Action for Children highlights the situation of children and women living in the most challenging circumstances, outlines the support required to help them survive and thrive, and shows the results UNICEF and its partners have achieved and ar

 

 

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