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UNICEF 2012 Year in Review

UNICEF highlights ‘silent threats’ to children in the aftermath of Super Typhoon Pablo

$65M needed to help survivors of Typhoon Bopha

UNICEF responds to families affected by Typhoon Pablo

UNICEF prepares for Super Typhoon Pablo, warns of potential dangers for children

UN notes improving global trends in HIV, but PHL lagging behind

On Universal Children’s Day, look to the future, says UNICEF

Time to focus on more than 350,000 preterm births in the Philippines every year

Trafficking in persons: UN expert in first fact-finding mission to the Philippines

UNICEF’s online auction raises over P3M for children

Globe to donate P1M to support UNICEF’s mother-newborn health program as part of its rewards campaign

Philippine documentary on education wins 2012 Asia-Pacific Child Rights Award

Trick or Treat for UNICEF lands in the Philippines

Auction for Action: UNICEF Philippines and Daphne Oseña Paez bring together Filipino artists for children

Diverse countries are making rapid progress in child survival – UNICEF report

UNICEF joins Filipinos in mourning the loss of DILG Secretary Jesse Robredo

Safe and unimpeded access critical for humanitarian workers, says UNICEF on World Humanitarian Day

UNICEF supports government in responding to the needs of children affected by floods

United Nations Statement on the Responsible Parenthood, Reproductive Health and Population and Development Act Bill

ILO, UNICEF and WHO hail significant increase in breastfeeding rates

UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Jackie Chan in Myanmar: “Children are not for sale”

EU and UNICEF join hands to curb stunting and anaemia

Brigada Eskwela focuses on school sanitation

Selena Gomez calls for life-saving action on behalf of children in the Sahel

Child Rights Award 2012: A call to broadcasters

Break the cycle of disasters for the children of the Sahel and act now, says UNICEF

Formula One Star Lewis Hamilton visits Manila for Soccer Aid 2012

Cities are failing children, UNICEF warns

Time to focus on urban childhoods, UNICEF says in flagship report

UNICEF statement on children caught in the bloodshed in Syria

UNICEF urges vigilance as malnutrition increases in Sendong-hit areas

UNICEF appeals for US$1.28 billion for its humanitarian operations to assist children in 2012



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