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UNICEF/UNAIDS five-year global campaign aims to push children to the top of the AIDS agenda. 

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Miss Universe, Natalie Glebova, tapes a public service spot for the HIV/AIDS campaign in a studio at UNICEF’s New York headquarters.

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Miss Universe lends star power to HIV/AIDS campaign
by John Allison  

NEW YORK, USA, 29 March 2006 – The reigning Miss Universe, Natalie Glebova, is lending her support to the UNITE FOR CHILDREN  UNITE AGAINST AIDS campaign through a public service announcement released today.  

“Millions of children are growing up alone, missing their childhood,” she says in the PSA, referring to the estimated 14 million children under the age of 15 who have lost one or both parents to AIDS.

Miss Universe is the latest addition to the team of UNICEF celebrities and Goodwill Ambassadors who have contributed their star power to the campaign. Some of the other celebrities who have recorded PSAs include David Beckham, Danny Glover, Whoopi Goldberg, Angélique Kidjo, Lang Lang, Jessica Lange, Susan Sarandon, Sir Roger Moore, Ralph Fiennes and Ewan McGregor. read the full article


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Avian influenza is impacting on lives and livelihoods in affected areas. Especially in Turkey, children have been disproportionately affected. If the H5N1 virus develops human transmissibility, there is likely to be a pandemic.





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