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Local mothers help vulnerable children get back into school
UNICEF has been providing technical and financial support to partners to address the educational needs of vulnerable out-of-school children.
Caring for a community’s children
With support from the Government of Ireland, UNICEF is working the Government to address malnutrition in Sierra Leone.
Supporting family re-unification in Eastern Sierra Leone
With support from the Danish National Committee for UNICEF we're working with partners to ensure the safety and protection of children in Sierra Leone
UNICEF signs MoU with the Sierra Leone Football Association and local football players on Covid-19 sensitisation and awareness
Government of Japan announces 2020 grant of USD$254,545 for malnutrition treatment in Sierra Leone
CRC@30 art workshops in Sierra Leone
Creating the space for children to exercise their right to expression and participation
CHWs ensure lifesaving health services get to remote areas
Volunteer health workers ensure lifesaving health services and information get to remote areas
Our work in Sierra Leone
Maternal, neonatal and child health
UNICEF works with the Government to ensure quality and uninterrupted delivery of comprehensive health services to children and women in Sierra Leone
UNICEF works with the Government of Sierra Leone and other partners to improve the nutritional status of children in the country
Water, sanitation and hygiene
UNICEF works with the Government of Sierra Leone and other partners to improve access to quality WASH facilities for children in the country
UNICEF works with the Government to provide access to education and marketable skills for Out-Of-School Children in Sierra Leone
Early childhood development
UNICEF is working with the Government and communities to make early moments matter for every child in Sierra Leone.
UNICEF keeps engaging parents, caregivers and adolescent girls and boys to end child marriage in Sierra Leone