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2014

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Children hold placards showing some children's rights together with (from left to right) Department of Education Secretary Armin Luistro, Department of Social Welfare and Development Secretary Corazon Juliano-Soliman, UNICEF Philippines Representative Lotta Sylwander and Council for the Welfare of Children Executive Director Patricia Luna, at a celebration to mark 25 years of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in the Philippines. Speakers at the event in Manila highlighted key successes and challenges in realizing children’s rights in the country. While the situation of Filipino children has generally improved, many challenges, such as child poverty and the effects of disasters on children, still persist.

UNICEF Statement on deadly attacks on children in Yemen and Pakistan

Ericsson donates Php 100,000 to UNICEF Philippines

Terry S.A. donates one million pesos for the benefit of children in need

UNICEF and WHO support DOH ban on donation of milk formula and encourage all to protect, promote and support breastfeeding during Typhoon Hagupit (Ruby) Response

UNICEF mobilizes to reach children and families affected by Typhoon Hagupit

Safeguarding children is UNICEF’s top priority as Typhoon Hagupit is predicted to hit the Philippines

With 15 million children caught up in major conflicts, UNICEF declares 2014 a devastating year for children

MILF Base Commanders receive orientation on the recruitment and use of children

Stakeholders to discuss how to improve access of children, adolescents to HIV programmes in PHL

Upward trend in the situation of Filipino children noted after 25 years of UN Child Rights Convention

UNICEF promotes long term resilience efforts through replacement of lost birth certificates, one year after Typhoon Yolanda

Philippines: a year after Super Typhoon Haiyan

One year after Typhoon Yolanda: EYE SEE Photo Exhibition tells children’s stories of hope and resilience

With partners, UNICEF promotes handwashing in Pasay City schools

Documentary about abandoned Filipino children wins 2014 Asia-Pacific Child Rights Award for Television

UNICEF champions children’s rights with commemorative events

Ten outstanding documentaries shortlisted for the Asia-Pacific Child Rights Award for Television 2014

Despite dramatic progress on child survival, 1 million children die during their first day of life from mostly preventable causes

Month-long National Immunization Campaign against Measles-Rubella and Polio to reach 13 million under-5 children

UNICEF partners with DBM to support Government monitoring and evaluation systems

UNICEF statement on latest deaths of children in Israel and Gaza

A letter from UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake on the occasion of World Breastfeeding Week 2014

UNICEF on Gaza, Israel: "Outrage has become commonplace"

UNICEF’s unconditional cash transfer benefits Pantawid Pamilya families

UNICEF recognizes SM Supermalls and SM Prime Holdings for promoting children’s rights

Humanitarian community on standby with Typhoon Rammasun

UNICEF hosts partners to review and assess Yolanda response for building back better, faster

J.J. Abrams Announces "Force for Change" Campaign to Benefit UNICEF’s Innovation Labs and Programs

UNICEF and partners advocate for safe schools as children prepare for new school year

The European Union and UNICEF launch ‘Voices of Children in Emergencies’ campaign

Asia-Pacific Child Rights Award for Television opens for 2014 entries

Six months after Typhoon Yolanda: Promising signs on the long road to recovery

Government, development partners renew pledge to reduce newborn, young child and maternal deaths in the Philippines

Lotta Sylwander joins as UNICEF Philippines Representative

UNDP, UNICEF join hands for waste management in Typhoon Yolanda-affected areas

Vaccines and immunization equipment to benefit children affected by Typhoon Yolanda

UNICEF: Progress for children after typhoon; long road ahead

UNICEF calls for urgently needed funds to help children affected by disasters in Asia Pacific

UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador David Beckham applauds public's response to Typhoon Yolanda

UNICEF prioritizes the hardest-hit children as Typhoon Yolanda-damaged communities move down the road to recovery

UNICEF supports unconditional cash grants to vulnerable families and children hard hit by Yolanda

UNICEF Philippines Goodwill Ambassador Gary V visits Yolanda-affected children, pledges support in getting children back to learning

80,000 children return to day care centres across Typhoon Yolanda-ravaged areas

UNICEF aligns priority emergency recovery plan with the Government of Philippines and humanitarian partners

Children affected by Typhoon Yolanda get back to school

 

 
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