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UNICEF Indonesia and Pramuka sign cooperation agreement
JAKARTA, Indonesia – 26 November 2015. UNICEF Indonesia and Kwartir Nasional Pramuka Indonesia have agreed to collaborate with the aim to strengthen the realization of children’s rights in the country.

Violence against Children: It’s Time to Act
JAKARTA, Indonesia, 20 November 2015 – On Universal Children’s Day, UNICEF Indonesia is urging people from all walks of life to stand up against violence and become a Child Protector (Pelindung Anak).

Large drop in Indonesian child deaths: UNICEF global report
JAKARTA/NEW YORK, 9 September 2015 – A new global UNICEF report has highlighted how Indonesia is making substantial progress in reducing child mortality.

Child marriage takes centre stage at 2015 AJI-UNICEF Media Awards
JAKARTA, Indonesia, 12 August 2015 – The high prevalence and negative consequences of child marriage in Indonesia came into sharp focus at the 2015 UNICEF and Aliansi Jurnalis Independen (AJI) Awards today.

UNICEF statement on the situation of children stranded in boats in South East Asia
UNICEF is very worried about the situation of children and their families stranded on boats in the seas of South East Asia. These children need, and they have a right to, urgent help and protection.

Nepal Earthquakes: One month on from first quake, malnutrition a growing threat for children – UNICEF
One month after the first of two major earthquakes hit Nepal, an estimated 70,000 children under five need urgent nutrition support so as to prevent a deterioration of their nutrition status - according to UNICEF.

Nearly 1 million children require urgent humanitarian assistance after Nepal earthquake
KATHMANDU, Nepal/NEW YORK, 26 April 2015 – At least 940,000 children living in areas severely affected by yesterday's earthquake in Nepal are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance, says UNICEF.

UNICEF ships emergency supplies for Cyclone-affected children in Vanuatu
SUVA, 16 March 2015 – While distributing its pre-positioned emergency supplies in Vanuatu, UNICEF also has dispatched additional life-saving supplies for affected communities from its Pacific regional warehouse in Suva, Fiji.

60,000 children in need of immediate assistance after Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu; at least 72,000 out of school
SUVA, 15 March 2015 – With Tropical Cyclone Pam ripping through Vanuatu from late Friday night (13 March) into the early hours of Saturday morning, UNICEF Pacific reminds that 45% of the population is children and they are particularly vulnerable in any e

UNICEF: Cyclone Pam crashes into the Pacific region
14 March 2015 - Super Tropical Cyclone Pam smashed into Vanuatu late last night and early this morning following initial impact in the Solomon Islands. The storm reached peak intensity on Friday night with winds in the eye region averaging 250 to 270 km

UNICEF ready to assist Vanuatu as Tropical Cyclone Pam approaches
SUVA, 13 March 2015 – As Vanuatu braces itself for Tropical Cyclone Pam, UNICEF remains on standby to assist the Government of Vanuatu.

RI Team wins Global Design for UNICEF Challenge
JAKARTA, Indonesia, 27 February 2015: A team of Indonesian students from Bogor Agriculture Institute (IPB) have been named one of the two winners of the Global Design for UNICEF Challenge, placing the country on the global stage of youth innovations.

Shakira and Gerard Piqué host World Baby Shower to support UNICEF’s work for children
NEW YORK/BARCELONA, 19 January 2015 – Singer-songwriter and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Shakira, and FC Barcelona soccer star Gerard Piqué, are celebrating the imminent arrival of their second child by expanding upon their original concept of a ‘World Baby

FC Barcelona Foundation, Reach Out To Asia and UNICEF launch ‘1 in 11’ campaign
NEW YORK, 9 January 2015 – FC Barcelona Foundation, Reach Out To Asia (ROTA) and UNICEF today launched the ‘1 in 11’ campaign to extend educational opportunities to marginalized children in Bangladesh, Indonesia and Nepal, with the goal of expanding to mo



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