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Children remember Cyclone Pam

Cyclone Pam has left around 82,000 children in need of humanitarian assistance. UNICEF spoke to some children about their experiences when the storm hit, and how life has been like after.

Smiles after the super cyclone

UNICEF is helping restore and provide safe water supply in communities where water supply systems have been damaged by the Cyclone Pam. For children like Adelaide and Jeremiah, this means that they can stay clean and healthy.

The young helping the young: Fighting HIV amidst a humanitarian crisis

Youth counselors are helping increase HIV awareness among those still living in transitory sites in Zamboanga City more than a year after the 2013 urban armed conflict.

Climate justice: the road to Sendai and Paris

Ahead of the UN Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction World Conferences in 2015, UNICEF calls for better preparedness as disasters become more severe and frequent.

Youth leaders fighting HIV and AIDS

Meet youth activists from countries across the East Asia and the Pacific region and learn about their experiences and hopes for the future.

Faces of UNICEF: Adam Christopher Tibe

Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Adam helps ensure that UNICEF is able to reach as many children as possible with life-saving supplies and services.

Faces of UNICEF: Faye Balanon

What does a Child Protection Officer in UNICEF do? Faye Balanon explains her job in the latest edition of Faces of UNICEF.

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