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Japan provides $1.5 million to assist Syrian refugee children in Iraq
Baghdad, 10 April 2013

More Progress Required to Eliminate Threat of Landmines to Iraqis
Baghdad, 04 April 2013

UNICEF and UNESCO condemn bomb attack near school in Kirkuk
Baghdad, 13 March 2013

Kurdistan Regional Government adopts standards to improve school environments for children
ERBIL, Iraq, 26 February 2013

UN Calls for Additional Steps to Eradicate Female Genital Mutilation and Cutting against Girls in Iraq
Baghdad, 6 February 2013

UNHCR and UNICEF open office in Basra
BASRA, Iraq, 22 January 2012

Findings Launched of Major Survey of Children and Women in Iraq
BAGHDAD, 12 December 2012

Iraq Launches National Education Strategy
BAGHDAD, 09 December 2012

5.3 million Children in Iraq still deprived of many rights
BAGHDAD, 20 November 2012

Iraq launches first ever national nutrition strategy
BAGHDAD, 18 November 2012

UNICEF focuses on ending child marriage on the International Day of the Girl Child
NEW YORK, 11 October 2012

UNICEF helps students from schools damaged by explosions to cope with anxiety
BAGHDAD, 10 October 2012

For World Teacher's Day, UNICEF recognizes the importance of Iraq’s teachers in providing a quality education to all Iraqi children
BAGHDAD, 7 October 2012

UNICEF Condemns the Killing of Children in an Attack Near a Primary School in Anbar
Baghdad, 25 September 2012

For the Day of the Iraqi Child, UNICEF reaffirms its commitment to protect the rights of children in Iraq
Baghdad, 13 July 2012

Nearly One Million Children to Benefit from Plan to Improve Sulaimaniyah’s Solid Waste Management
Sulaimaniyah, 03 June 2012

Initial Findings of Major Survey on Children and Women in Iraq Completed
BAGHDAD, 21 May 2012

UNICEF and UNESCO join hands on "Global Action Week for Education For All" to improve early childhood education in Iraq
Baghdad, 26 April, 2012

UNICEF Condemns Killing of Children in Attack on School in Iraq
Baghdad, 23 April 2012

Students Celebrate Making Schools More Friendly for Children
Baghdad, 5 April 2012

For an Iraq Free of Landmines by 2018
Baghdad, 4 April 2012

Cities are Failing Children, UNICEF Warns
NEW YORK, 28 February 2012

Iraq Commences Celebrations of the 22nd Anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child
BAGHDAD, 20 November 2011

One Million Doses of BCG Vaccine Arrive in Baghdad
BAGHDAD, 20 November 2011

Global Handwashing Day celebrated by thousands of children across Iraq
Baghdad, 10 April 2013

UNICEF and EU Support the Government of Iraq to Increase Safe Drinking Water
BAGHDAD, 13 September, 2011

Basra’s First Landfill Site Compliant with International Environmental Standards Completed
BASRA, 11 September, 2011

UNICEF Reconfirms its Commitment to Protect the Rights of Children in Iraq
BAGHDAD, 13 July 2011

Dohuk Solid Waste Master Plan Finalized
DOHUK, 30 June, 2011

Kadhum Al-Sahir Appointed as UNICEF’s Ambassador to Iraq
BAGHDAD, 9 May 2011

Government of Iraq and UN Partners: Moving Ahead to Improve Lives of Iraqis Affected by Landmines
BAGHDAD, 5 April 2011

World Water Day 2011 (22 March)
Media Advisory

UNICEF, European Union and Government of Iraq Start €17M Programme to Improve Primary Education in Iraq
BAGHDAD, 17 March 2011

Three United Nations Organizations Sign 2011-2014 Programme Action Plans with the Government of Iraq
BAGHDAD, 14 March 2011

UNICEF Launches USD 1.4 Billion Appeal in Response to Most Extreme Crises
GENEVA, 7 March 2011

UNICEF: Investing in Adolescents Can Break the Cycle of Poverty
AMMAN, 6 March 2011

UNICEF strongly urges protection of all children during unrest in the Middle East and North Africa
BRUSSELS/NEW YORK, 26 February 2011

Children’s Rights Events across Iraq Conclude
BAGHDAD, 10 December 2010

UNICEF Partners with International Research & Exchanges Board
BAGHDAD, 6 December 2010





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