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UNICEF Photography

Photo Essays: Water, environment and sanitation
Darfur's camps: Water & sanitation

June 2005: Part III of III. Some 1.8 million people throughout Sudan’s Darfur region remain displaced. UNICEF, while assisting with health, nutrition, education and protection services for children and women, also works with Sudan’s National Water Corporation to provide safe water, sanitation facilities and hygiene education for camp residents.

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July 2012: UNICEF recently launched a four-year nutrition security initiative, supported by the European Union.
March 2009: Part I of II: In West and Central Africa, millions of children die annually of water-borne diseases.

March 2006: Lack of safe water is a public health emergency for children and their families.

March 2009: Part II of II: West and Central Africa has the lowest improved sanitation coverage and highest under-five mortality rates in the world.

September 2006: All children have a right to safe water and basic sanitation - and to the health they sustain.

June 2005: UNICEF helps to provide safe water and sanitation facilities, as well as hygiene education, for camp residents.