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The Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) is releasing children associated with its armed groups, ending the recruitment and use of children within their ranks. The United Nations, through its children’s agency UNICEF, facilitated this process in line with the UN-MILF Action Plan on addressing the recruitment and use of children in armed conflict in Mindanao.

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UNICEF statement on calls to lower the age of criminal responsibility

UNICEF and partners celebrate abilities of children with disabilities with photo exhibit and stage play

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Globe, UNICEF Philippines, Ateneo sign MoU on online child protection

Cebu Pacific and UNICEF join forces for vital child health and nutrition campaign

UNICEF calls for stronger support for positive parenting, in order to curb violence against children

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A year on Nepal earthquakes: education continues in affected districts but children still need safe and stable learning environment

First disaster-resilient evacuation centre in Guiuan open to serve children and families at risk in emergencies

Child Rights Award 2016: A call to broadcasters

Research Forum pledges stronger prevention and response to protect Filipino children against violence

Children in South East Asia face a ‘double burden’ of obesity and undernutrition, new report finds

Climate change and lack of sanitation threaten water safety for millions: UNICEF

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UNICEF Pacific urgently responding to Government appeal and needs of children after worst ever Cyclone Winston in Fiji

UNICEF launches Children First! Storybooks to promote reading and spark children’s imagination

As Zika spreads, UNICEF works to help keep communities safe

Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach advocates for HIV awareness and testing

DOH, UNICEF urge more investment on child nutrition; combat stunting

UNICEF launches US$2.8 billion humanitarian appeal for children

 

 
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