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Immunization saves lives in Aden, Yemen
The ongoing conflict in Yemen is putting millions of children at risk of dying as a consequence of preventable diseases. Access to immunization is of great concern given the near collapse of the health system, lack of staff and infrastructure and other ac


World Refugee Day: Children on the run
There are more than 7 million child refugees in the world. And every day, more children are forced to flee their homes and seek refuge in neighbouring countries. Meet some of the child refugees from North Africa and the Middle East.

Syria crisis- WASH

A region running dry
Summer temperatures, overcrowding and worsening hygiene threaten the wellbeing of four million children affected by the conflict in Syria. In response, UNICEF has accelerated efforts to provide sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene services.


SOWC: Children with disabilities amid Syria Crisis
Humanitarian crises, such as the conflict in Syria, pose particular risks for children with disabilities. These photos of Syrian children living as refugees in Jordan, Turkey and Iraq, show the challenges they face, but also their inspiring resilience.

Hippo-therapy in Sudan
On May 30, UNICEF launches The State of the World's Children report 2013, focusing this year on children with disabilities. In Sudan an NGO called Miracles-Sudan organizes horseback riding sessions for children with disabilities, with UNICEF support.

Stories about children with disabilities in Tunisia
Today, we would like to share with you some stories from Tunisia about the determination and resilience of children with disabilities. SHARE if you, too, think that ALL children deserve a fair chance to make their dreams come true.



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