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2011

News and press releases from UNICEF Ukraine from the year 2011

UNICEF calls for improving of the life’s quality and care support for HIV-positive children in Ukraine

UNICEF calls for increased effectiveness in working with most-at-risk adolescents in Ukraine

Children safety in the Internet. UNICEF launches studies on youth online behavior, safety in Ukraine, Russia and Turkey

Red Card information campaign for Euro 2012, featuring Andriy Shevchenko, Ani Lorak, Vasyl Virastyuk and Gaitana, has started

International seminar of the Monitor Torture and Ill-treatment of Children in Jail

Football united our hearts to help children

12,000 fewer children perish daily in 2010 than in 1990 – UNICEF, WHO

Tennis ace Serena Williams appointed UNICEF’s newest Goodwill Ambassador

Future under threat: Ukrainian school-aged children neglect their health

One day from the life of refugees

UNICEF welcomes strengthening of the Ombudsman system for children in Ukraine

Ukrainian children support children in Japan

UNICEF plans massive scale up to respond to crises in Horn of Africa

UNICEF, OHCHR Launch Campaign to Protect Children, Prevent Harmful and Unnecessary Institutionalization

Children need our love, care, attention, understanding and protection every day

In the Birthplace of the Olympics, Special Olympics and UNICEF Join Efforts to Fight Marginalization of Children with Disabilities

2500 Young people newly infected with HIV every day, according to Opportunity in Crisis

Vaccinate every child, says UNICEF, as donors map out new immunization programmes

Holistic Strategies Needed to Combat Violence against Children in Europe

Barcelona and UNICEF extend their agreement

Euro 2012 outreach project “Let’s Do It Together” was launched in Kyiv on International Day of Families

25 Anniversary of Chernobyl Nuclear Accident. Safety of the Future. Photo exhibition

25 years on, children in Chernobyl affected areas still need our care and attention

Children’s Rights are at the heart of ‘Business’

Easter and iodized salt: What is in common?

UN Experts: Socio-economic recovery of Chernobyl-affected areas requires regular governmental interventions

European Union and UNICEF help to protect the rights of the vulnerable children

UN Secretary-General outlines new recommendations to reach 2015 goals for AIDS response

Christopher Kennedy Lawford is a new Goodwill Ambassador of UNDOC

UNICEF’s responsible fatherhood inspires fashion designers

Ukraine needs intellectual boost. VIRNO. Parliament, doctors and business speak together

UNICEF strongly urges protection of all children during unrest in the Middle East and North Africa

UNICEF gives a voice to youth

Child Rights Situation in Ukraine: still many issues to be addressed. Ukrainian children need more attention from the State

Reducing the level of mother to child HIV transmission. New studying programme for future medics

Earthquake anniversary highlights need for basic systems to benefit Haiti’s children

 

 
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