Barangay health workers like Sittie Kurangking are tough allies in fighting malnutrition, braving difficult conditions to provide health services to vulnerable children in her community.
Barangay Matalang-talang in Aroroy, Masbate, has eliminated the practice of open defecation, thanks to the commitment of its residents to improve sanitation in their community.
UNICEF Special Advocate for Children Daphne Oseña-Paez shares the benefits of breastfeeding and why mothers need support from their communities and workplaces.
A life skills workshop bridges cultural differences in ethnically diverse communities, ensuring youth development and participation.
Community leaders and stakeholders aim to eliminate open defecation by educating communities and increasing local government investment.
UNICEF and partners use radio to spread messages on non-recruitment and use of children
Advancing Education through Community Theatre
Seeing beyond the conflict, creating new connections
Creating the connections that build communities
Using theatre to promote post-disaster agenda for adolescents
Learning life skills through football
Riza and Baba’s Story: A continuing quest for learning
Ensuring safe births in rural upland communities
Helping improve health systems in rural areas
UNICEF establishes a fun-filled child-friendly space to help the earthquake affected families
The One Minutes Jr. workshop blog: day 1
Survive and thrive: nutrition for vulnerable children
Community stage actors spread awareness on HIV/AIDS
A cyclone-affected school welcomes children back to class
Children remember Cyclone Pam
Smiles after the super cyclone
The young helping the young: Fighting HIV amidst a humanitarian crisis
Climate justice: the road to Sendai and Paris
Youth leaders fighting HIV and AIDS
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Faces of UNICEF: Faye Balanon
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