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World Malaria Day

“With a 40 per cent reduction in child deaths from malaria since 2000, this year’s World Malaria Day is an important marker in how far we have come. However, the deaths of close to half a million children a year are a sobering reminder that without increased efforts and investments this disease will remain a challenge to us all for a long time to come,” Dr. Mickey Chopra, UNICEF’s Associate Director, Programmes, and Chief of Health 

Invest in the future: Defeat malaria

FROM THE FIELD

UNICEF Uganda

Nutrition interventions give refugee children a second chance to life
Martha Amour, a mother of four sits next to her small makeshift hut in Kiryandongo refugee settlement in Northern Uganda.

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UNICEF Uganda

ECHO provides additional 1 million Euros for UNICEF’s South Sudanese refugee emergency response in Uganda
The European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department (ECHO) has provided an additional 1 Million Euros contribution to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)

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