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2014

News and press releases from UNICEF Ukraine from the year 2014

UNICEF Ukraine 2014

Put children at heart of global agenda, UNICEF challenges Davos

UNICEF Ukraine and participants of TV show “The Voice Kids” invite everyone to take part in the worldwide flash mob #IMAGINE

Conflict in Ukraine leaves almost 150 schools closed: UNICEF

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

UNICEF Ukraine calls to join #IMAGINE global campaign and make your recording of John Lennon song to Imagine a better world for children

In Ukraine 10,000 cases of children’s HIV infections were averted since 2001

Launch of UNICEF report in Ukraine: Reimagine the future to innovate for every child

Raise your voice with UNICEF and Imagine a better world for children

Governments in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia commit to ending violence against all children

On World Toilet Day UNICEF reminds that personal hygiene in emergencies is key to prevent diseases

A State’s Responsibility: It is time for greater accountability in protecting children from neglect, abuse, violence and exploitation

Statement on the protection of children during the armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine

Children in Ukraine: Sweden supports UNICEF emergency response

UNICEF statement on deaths of children in Donetsk, Ukraine

Only one third of Ukrainian mothers know about the risk of paralysis from polio – Ministry of Health of Ukraine and UNICEF

EU and UNICEF join efforts to help children and families affected by crisis in Ukraine

Twice as many Ukrainian mothers support vaccination, compared to previous years, but only 60% of them vaccinate their children

David Morley of UNICEF Canada visits Ukraine

Nearly one in four adolescent girls experience physical violence

UNICEF and Unilever help children in Ukraine

Mother of two children from Donetsk: It is necessary to build a new life. And we are going forward.

Support vulnerable families to reduce reliance on institutional care: UNICEF

Celebration of football for children from Eastern Ukraine

UNICEF: No child should ever suffer the consequences of the armed conflict

Giovanna Barberis appointed as new UNICEF Representative in Ukraine

The Crisis Coordination Forum Focused on Children’s Rights to Education in the Regions Affected by Armed Conflict in Eastern Ukraine took place in Kyiv

Children affected by crisis in Ukraine tell their stories in one-minute videos

UNICEF Ukraine issues a warning against fraudulent attempts to use its name and brand to sell health insurance

Japanese government provides humanitarian aid for internally displaced people in Ukraine

UN family meets with Ukrainian authorities to discuss humanitarian needs

Violence in Eastern Ukraine taking a heavy toll on children: UNICEF Assessment

ING Bank and UNICEF Ukraine have joined “ING Run for UNICEF” for the benefits of children of Ukraine

UNICEF supports internally displaced children

UNICEF calls on football fans to take the protection of children into their own hands

UNICEF raises alarm about children caught up in Ukraine violence

Third UNICEF Football Cup took place in Kyiv on the eve of International Children’s Day

Ukrpochta and UNICEF presented a stamp and an envelope with children's drawings

Only 28 per cent of young people in Ukraine correctly identify modes of HIV transmission, UNICEF report

Celebration of Day of Japan in Ukraine together with UNICEF

Children swept up in violence in Ukraine, says UNICEF

Escaping Reality

Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General

Ukraine: a polio outbreak waiting to happen, say UNICEF and WHO

Youth can shape priorities in the post-2015 development agenda

UNICEF statement on the impact of the violence in Ukraine

How to talk with children about violence

#data4children: UNICEF launches new MICS report in Ukraine

UNICEF: More children than ever growing up healthy, educated and protected, but too many falling between the cracks

The Secretary-General spoke today with the President of Ukraine

 

 
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