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UNICEF and UNAIDS go ‘All In’ to end the AIDS epidemic among adolescents

While major advances have been made in almost every area of the response to HIV, progress for adolescents is falling behind.

Nicole Scherzinger spends moving day with UNICEF meeting children living in Manila

The singer and UNICEF UK supporter visited disadvantaged children and families in the city to raise awareness about the challenges they face.

More brutal and intense conflicts leave children increasingly at risk of recruitment

Children are increasingly vulnerable to recruitment and use by armed groups as conflicts around the world become more brutal, intense and widespread.

PhilHealth, DOH and UNICEF launch pioneering primary health care package to benefit 11 million children

UNICEF helped PhilHealth develop a comprehensive health care package that will benefit newborns and children up to five years old.

UNICEF launches US$3.1 billion appeal to reach more children in emergencies

$11 million needed for health, nutrition, education, child protection, water and sanitation, and disaster preparedness programmes for children affected by emergencies the Philippines

Megaworld Foundation Inc. helps fight malnutrition

The donation will help fund UNICEF's programmes that address malnutrition among children.

UP signs agreement with UNICEF on technical cooperation for children

Areas for collaboration include social inclusion and advocacy, child protection and development, and disaster risk reduction and management.

Put children at heart of global agenda, UNICEF challenges Davos

Ahead of the 2015 World Economic Forum, UNICEF outlined an ambitious ‘Agenda for Every Child’ that must drive the post-2015 sustainable development goals.

Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake on escalating violence against children in northern Nigeria

"These images from Northern Nigeria should be searing the conscience of the world."

 

 
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