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ABS-CBN Teams up with 22 groups for biggest coverage of 2016 National elections

ABS-CBN News has sealed a partnership with 22 groups to mount the country’s most comprehensive, in-depth and up-to-the-minute news coverage of the 2016 national elections via the launch of its year-long campaign “Halalan 2016: Ipanalo Ang Pamilyang Pilipino.”.

'Progress for Children' report highlights lessons from MDGs
Millions of world’s poorest children left behind despite progress—UNICEF

 UNICEF warned today that the global community will fail millions of children if it does not focus on the most disadvantaged in its new 15-year development roadmap.

UNICEF Philippines and ABS-CBN News Channel Sign agreement   

UNICEF Philippines and ABS-CBN News Channel today signed a memorandum of agreement to work together this year for stronger advocacy campaigns on rights, welfare and protection of the Filipino children.

Nepal Earthquake: 12 babies born every hour without basic healthcare in worst hit areas - UNICEF 

At least 70 per cent of birthing centres across the 14 most affected districts of Nepal have been damaged or destroyed, rising to 90 per cent in some areas.

UNICEF Philippines hosts global meet on Adolescent Development and Participation 

The purpose of the meeting is to develop the organisation's strategic direction with regard to adolescents' needs and development, with particular focus on those most disadvantaged and marginalized.

'Children Not Soldiers' campaign launched UNICEF acknowledges progress in preventing recruitment and use of children, urges continued realization

The four-month campaign comprises a series of public events led by MILF Base Commanders to relay their commitment to their rank and file communities.

UNICEF statement on the situation of children stranded in boats in South East Asia attributable to the UNICEF Regional Director for East Asia and the Pacific, Daniel Toole.  The children currently stranded in boats need urgent, immediate humanitarian assistance to ensure their safety.

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

Put children at heart of global agenda, UNICEF challenges Davos

UP signs agreement with UNICEF on technical cooperation for children

Megaworld Foundation Inc. helps fight malnutrition

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

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

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

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

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

Anne Curtis visits UNICEF-supported Yolanda recovery efforts and meets with children and families

International Women’s Day: 10 quick facts on girls

MILF-Bangsamoro Islamic Women Auxiliary Brigade declares commitment to prevent children from being involved with armed groups

UNICEF ships emergency supplies for Cyclone-affected children in Vanuatu

World Education Forum adopts Declaration on the Future of Education

Statement on the recent viral image of a child put on a leash

Cultivating the dream for peace and education

Out-of-school children down to 1.2 M

UNICEF calls on the Speaker of the House of Representatives to advocate for legislative agenda for Filipino children

UNICEF reaching children affected by Cyclone Pam on remote Pacific islands

UNICEF prepares for Typhoon Maysak/Chedeng

J&J continues support for UNICEF's ECCD programme in the Philippines

Asia-Pacific Child Rights Award for Television 2015 opens for entries

UNICEF fears for wellbeing of children after Nepal earthquake

Nearly 1 million children require urgent humanitarian assistance after Nepal earthquake

UNICEF supports Filipino games, kids’ arts fest through Laro

New Global Innovation Centre and Innovation Fund created to accelerate programmes and projects that reduce inequities

Positive parenting helps children develop their full potential

Hundreds of children released by armed groups in Central African Republic



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