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For the longest time, Evelyn and her family had to defecate in the open. “We just endure it until the morning,” she said, recalling what life was like without a toilet at home. Read their story here.

Young climate action advocates at the 2017 #nowASEAN conference

Supporting breastfeeding mothers in emergencies

Community kitchens in evacuation centers help prevent malnutrition among young children displaced from Marawi

Supporting health workers to provide better health care services for children in the Philippines

Having access to a toilet improves children’s health and lives

Helping children return to normalcy: psychosocial support for children in the Marawi crisis

Responding to water, sanitation and hygiene needs of children and families displaced by conflict from Marawi

Child-friendly spaces support healing of displaced Marawi children

Psychological first aid for distressed Marawi children

Survivors of the Marawi conflict share their stories

Supporting mothers and newborns displaced by the Marawi conflict

AIDS Candlelight Memorial Day: Filipino HIV advocates share their stories of loss

Tortured and troubled as a child, he claimed his second chance

The voice of uniquely abled children

Immunization: Children falling through the cracks in Manila’s slums

Faces of UNICEF Philippines: Q&A with Carla Ante-Orozco, Health Procurement Services Specialist

How does UNICEF help increase immunization coverage in the Philippines?

Faces of UNICEF Philippines: Q&A with Sally Bataclan, Health & Nutrition Specialist

Improving access to HIV testing and treatment services for young people in Davao City



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