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Calendar of events
International Children's Day of Broadcasting (ICDB)
International Women's Day
World Water Day
World Health Day
World Malaria Day
International Children's Day
World Environment Day
International Day against Child Labour
Day of African Child
World Refugee Day
Mozambique Independence Day
International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking
World Population Day
Africa Nutrition Day
World Breastfeeding Week
International Youth Day
Mozambique Victory Day
International Literacy Day
Ethics workshops with 3 facilitators coming from New York
International Day of Peace
Mozambique Armed Forces Day
World Habitat Day
Mozambique Peace and Reconciliation Day
World Teacher's Day
World Food Day
International Day for the Eradication of Poverty
Hand washing Day
Anniversary of Unite for Children Campaign
Mozambique Legal Day
International Day for Tolerance
Anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child
International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
World AIDS Day
International Day of Disabled Persons
International Volunteer Day for Economic and Social Development
Human Rights Day
High-resolution, professional photographs covering a wide range of issues affecting children are available for news organizations.
For information on how to order photographs, contact our Communication team.
You can access our online photo database at https://weshare.unicef.org/Package/2AM4080FUW6V
Video news packages are available from UNICEF for use by news journalists and current affairs broadcasters. These 10-, 15- and 20-minute Betacam video tapes highlight the plight of children around the world as well as UNICEF-supported programmes in support of children and their communities.
The sequences are shot by professional cameramen and edited loosely to give broadcasters the flexibility to re-edit. Tapes are provided with shot lists and story background. The audio is natural sync sound only.
Available footage includes video news packages with or without narration and PSAs. Footage is collected in the nearly 160 countries in which UNICEF works.
For information on how to order video packages in Mozambique, contact our Communication team
All the material is provided free of charge.