New UNICEF Representative in Iraq, Sandra Lattouf, presents her credentials
The new UNICEF Representative in Iraq, Sandra Lattouf, presented yesterday her credentials to Counsellor Mr. Ammar Mohammed Dawood, Head of the Protocol Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iraq.
Japan and UNICEF will work together to provide access to services for more than 88,000 children living in areas of origin and returning from northeast Syria
UNICEF receives almost $7 million from Japan which will also serve to reach over 47,000 women. Overall, the number of beneficiaries will be more than 180,000 vulnerable people.
On International Day for Mine Awareness, UNICEF calls for strengthened investment in mine action and explosive ordnance risk education
In the first three months of 2023 alone, 16 children were affected by unexploded ordnance in seven incidents, with close to 80 per cent of the victims being boys
The Government of Iraq, supported by the United Nations, strengthens its commitment to prevent the recruitment and use of children by armed forces
The Government of Iraq through its designated entity, the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (MoLSA), and the United Nations, signed today an action plan to prevent the recruitment and use of children by the Population Mobilization Forces (PMF).