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UNICEF and its partners respond to a resurgence of malaria cases in Chad
AM-TIMAN, Chad, 26 September 2013 – In response to a resurgence of suspected cases of malaria in several parts of Chad , UNICEF in collaboration with WHO, is implementing an integrated response to support efforts already made ​​by the Government in...

Educate a Child initiative brings access to quality education to more than 21,000 children in Chad
N’DJAMENA, 14 November 2012 – UNICEF Chad signed a project co-funding agreement with Qatar’s Educate A Child (EAC) initiative today which will improve access to school and better education for more than 21,000 children in Chad.

Training Centre for former child soldiers opens in Eastern Chad
GUÉRÉDA, Chad, 23 March, 2011– A UNICEF-supported Training Centre for former child soldiers and other vulnerable children opened its doors this week.

Goodwill Ambassador Mia Farrow to travel to Chad to highlight polio
New York/Geneva/N’djamena, Chad, 26 February 2010 – Internationally acclaimed actress, humanitarian and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Mia Farrow is travelling to Chad this weekend to raise awareness of the importance of vaccinating children against polio.

A regional conference to end recruitment and use of children in armed forces and groups in Central Africa
Ndjamena, Chad, 1 June 2010 - A Regional Conference for "Ending recruitment and use of children in Armed forces and groups: contributing to peace, justice and development" will be held in Ndjamena, from 7 to 9 june 2010.

Six Central African Countries reassure commitment towards children by the N’Djamena Declaration
N’Djamena, Chad 9 June, 2010 – Six Central African countries showed historic commitment to ending recruitment of child soldiers and to support social reintegraion at the regional conference held in Chad today by signing the N’Djamena Declaration.

Chad: UNICEF responds as children escape conflict in CAR
N’ Djamena, Chad/ Geneva, 3 April 2009 – UNICEF is assisting thousands of children who are fleeing the conflict in the neighboring Central African Republic (CAR).



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