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UNICEF Australia
12/07/2016 at 07:33. Facebook
This girl grew up in a war zone, fled for her life and clung to hope every step of the way.
UNICEF Australia
12/07/2016 at 01:16. Facebook
This Christmas, Fraser Watt is racing Santa around the globe to raise funds for UNICEF and help kids in need - all while dressed in some seriously festive style. ✈

Ingenious Scotsman attempts the longest Christmas Day ever | Today

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UNICEF Australia
yesterday at 00:14. Facebook
You'll never look at David Beckham's tattoos the same way again.
UNICEF Australia
12/05/2016 at 06:29. Facebook
See how a South Sudanese girl gave hope to a ‘grumpy old photographer’.

Young girl’s remarkable recovery in a ‘seemingly broken world’

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UNICEF Australia
12/04/2016 at 07:34. Facebook
Their day starts like any other but everything changes in one terrifying moment.
UNICEF Australia
12/02/2016 at 22:26. Facebook
"The only thing I knew about HIV was that it was a death sentence. Everyone, even my mother, rejected me. I was forced to leave my home. My principal told me I couldn’t come back to school because I would infect the others. That was my breaking point. I loved school. My grandmother was the only person willing to hug me when no one wanted to touch me. She loved me unconditionally and took me...
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UNICEF Australia
12/01/2016 at 23:00. Facebook
"When I was 17 years old I got to find out my HIV status and I was also pregnant that time. I didn’t want to die. I still had a lot of dreams and I was just a kid. During the last term of my pregnancy, I went for antenatal and my baby was given the prevention from mother to child transmission. If UNICEF had not been a part of my life, I would not be where I am today. My son Remi is a teenager...
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UNICEF Australia
12/01/2016 at 00:54. Facebook
"I was 17 years old when I learned I was HIV-positive. I thought I was going to die painfully and alone. Thankfully UNICEF knows no boundaries. With their help and support I was able to enroll in a program which provided the vital antiretroviral treatment I needed to survive. It also gave me courage to carry on. I decided to wake up every morning and face whatever challenge came my way.

But...
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UNICEF Australia
11/30/2016 at 07:40. Facebook
At 17 this woman was pregnant, HIV-positive and outcast by her community. But hope is a powerful thing...
This Syrian girl lost her leg, her friends and her childhood. Now she's moving forward and kicking goals - literally.
I want every child to be as lucky as I was
With a roof over their heads
With loving adults who care for them
With food on their plates and bellies full.
A school to go to
Where the teachers care
And there are no guns
No bullies
No fear
Only safety, belonging
And the challenge of learning and growing.
I want every child to live free of wars
Free of famine, disease and exploitation.
I want every...
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Tonight in Aleppo, a young girl will fall asleep to the sound of heavy shelling. In the morning, she'll wake up and start the search for water.

What do you do when the taps run dry?

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Weha: it means water in Ethiopia. It also means survival for children hit by Ethiopia's worst drought in decades. At 12 years old, Harko should be spending her days learning, playing and enjoying the simple pleasures of being a child. Instead, she walks across scorched plains in search of water for hours on end - and somehow still has the spirit to laugh. For Harko, water means life. It means...
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Every evening, 14-year-old Jhuma does her homework beneath a streetlight because her family's home in Bangladesh doesn't have electricity. UNICEF's cash transfer programme helped her stop working, return to school and become one of the top students in her class. Now, she dreams of becoming a doctor, saying "I want to provide care for everybody."
"Racial discrimination quite literally can get under the skin and make our children and young people sick."

Research reveals what racism can do to a child's body

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"My name is Assad and I'm 17 years old. My father was a cab driver and we lived in Afghanistan. One day his taxi was blown up by the Taliban. That night they attacked my house. My sister lost her leg and a piece of shrapnel went into my eye. Soon after, I left for Europe. When you go to Europe you have to go through Pakistan and then Iran. You walk through the mountains to get to Turkey. You...
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You might think life couldn’t get any harder for children in Syria. But it can and it does.

Meet the children battling cancer in Aleppo

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Just as Judy tells us her fears, we hear a bomb. No child should have to live like this.
I want every child to go to sleep well-fed
And not worry about the next meal
Or the next.
I want every child to have primary healthcare.
I want every child to be protected by adults
And to take for granted the kindness of adults
And never to be treated like adults.

- Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, award-winning author of Americanah, Purple Hibiscus and Half of a Yellow Sun.
Meet the real life heroes stepping up for refugee children.

14 stories from the refugee crisis that will give you hope for humanity

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