The Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union, CASBAA and UNICEF are inviting broadcasters and producers to submit entries to the Asia-Pacific Child Rights Award for Television 2015.
Supported by Johnson & Johnson since 2011, the programme aims to increase access to Early Childhood Care & Development services for children in remote and disadvantaged areas.
UNICEF is ready to support the Philippine government with pre-positioned emergency supplies to benefit at least 10,000 families.
Despite logistical challenges, UNICEF is delivering essential supplies to children in Kiribati, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.
Key legislative bills to promote the rights of children, adolescents and women in the Philippines.
While continuing focus on the hardest-hit island of Vanuatu, UNICEF remains committed to support and assist affected communities throughout the region.
UNICEF also has dispatched additional life-saving supplies for affected communities from its Pacific regional warehouse in Suva, Fiji.
The category 5 storm hit late on Friday night (13 March) and continued into the early hours of Saturday morning, leaving children at particular risk.
This is the first time where female members of a non-State armed group are acting as catalysts to address this issue.
UNICEF presents a statistical snapshot of progress and trends for girls and women.
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