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04/25/2017 at 17:28. Facebook
An overcrowded children's ward at Al-Thawra Hospital, Sana’a, Yemen. Nearly 80% of #YemenChildren - 10 million children - need urgent help. Conflict in Yemen is causing a food crisis. Parents are forced to make the agonising choice between saving sick children or trying to protect healthier children from becoming sick, as war enters its third year #ChildrenUnderAttack © UNICEF/UN057352/Madhok
An overcrowded childrens ward at AlThawra Hospital Sanaa Yemen Nearly 80 of
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UNICEF is reporting a marked increase in the number of vulnerable children being used for suicide attacks in the Lake Chad region. This is a frightening crisis. UNICEF is working with communities to help reintegrate children who survive their experience of conflict #ENDViolence
Colleagues in #Syria were relieved this past weekend when they got access, for the first time in two years, to three hard-to-reach towns. As part of an inter-agency convoy that travelled on April 8th, UNICEF was able to deliver much-needed health and nutrition supplies for 9,000 people in #Yalda, #Babila and #Beit_Sahem in rural #Damascus These supplies will prevent and treat malnutrition in...
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Colleagues in Syria were relieved this past weekend when they got access
17-year-old Dasha from #Ukraine hides in a cellar during bombings. She's been doing that for three years. Dasha admits: "When you're sitting here, you don't know if you're ever going to be able to get out of here". Children near to the ‘contact-line’ in eastern Ukraine live in chronic fear of shelling and landmines. Many risk their safety to get an education; seven schools were damaged during...
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We believe it is possible to #ENDchildpoverty. Want to know more? Countries all over the world are working towards implementing the Sustainable Development Goals and eradicating child poverty by 2030. Different countries will start from different places and will follow different paths to that goal. Learn about the 5 milestones we are setting out towards achieving that vision in ‘A world free...
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Beautiful photos from the UNICEF Aer Lingus Ambassador's trip to Rwanda. Watch out for these wonderful people during special collections week on flights this month. They have just returned from a fact-finding mission to the field and have important things to tell you about the work UNICEF is doing for children on the ground.
Beautiful photos from the UNICEF Aer Lingus Ambassadors trip to Rwanda Watch
From a child soldier to a renowned author and a human rights activist the gripping story of Ishmael Beah, today a UNICEF goodwill ambassador, sounds like a novel. No wonder it later became an inspirational bestseller. UNICEF played a critical role in helping Ishmael transform his life, bringing him to a place of hope. #foreverychild
Nyakena's twins are recovering from malnutrition at camp in Juba, #SouthSudan Two-month-old Both Tebg is seen here at the clinic where he is being treated for severe malnutrition. Late last year his Mum fled her village as gunshots rang around her. She was pregnant at the time. Nyakena and her children now live at a camp for displaced people. Her goal for her children once they recover… To...
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Nyakenas twins are recovering from malnutrition at camp in Juba SouthSudan Twomonthold
This Sudanese girl is all smiles at a nutrition centre in Sudan.
This Sudanese girl is all smiles at a nutrition centre in Sudan
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This Sudanese girl is all smiles at a nutrition centre in Sudan.
This Sudanese girl is all smiles at a nutrition centre in Sudan
Delighted to be working with @APlayfulCity on their series of events on playful, inclusive cities, including an International Conference in October '17 & more... all leading to playful interventions in Dublin. Follow @APlayfulCity and join in the fun.
A special celebration for all mothers at our 20th Annual Mother's Day Lunch! Our UNICEF Ireland Ambassadors and extended UNICEF family came together to raise funds for Safe Motherhood Programmes.
A special celebration for all mothers at our 20th Annual Mothers Day
Two years into the devastating war in #Yemen, families are taking extreme measures to survive. UNICEF's latest report explains the toll this has taken on children. Child labour, child marriage and child recruitment are all up significantly on last year. Close to half a million children are severely malnourished in the Middle East's poorest country, and famine is now a very real risk...
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Happy Mother's day from all at UNICEF Ireland. Pictured here, our family of Ambassadors, Dermot Earley, Stephen Rea, @seosamh_oc, @sarahmcgovern, Anne Doyle, @cathy_kellybooks
and the wonderful organisers of our annual Mother's Day Lunch on Friday. We're very fortunate to have such passionate supporters on our team - true champions for children.
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#picoftheday #MothersDay #Mothers...
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Happy Mothers day from all at UNICEF Ireland Pictured here our family
Twenty-one month old Ali Abbas holds onto his mother's nine month pregnant belly, at Dalaram health and malnutrition clinic. Ali was treated for pneumonia at the UNICEF-supported clinic earlier this month. He and his family are internally displaced by fighting from Damboa. 450,000 kids in Nigeria are suffering with malnutrition. Malnourished children are more likely to catch infections like...
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Twentyone month old Ali Abbas holds onto his mothers nine month pregnant
Barrow, Alaska – Amaia (11) is one of the Iñupiat people living in the area around America’s northernmost point in the Arctic Circle. The terrain here is rapidly changing because of Global Warming. Life for Amaia and her family and friends has become difficult more difficult as ice melts earlier and faster every year. Melting glaciers and sea ice led to the mass migration of walruses and sea...
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Barrow Alaska Amaia 11 is one of the Iñupiat people living in
“In a changing climate, we must change the way we work to reach those who are most vulnerable. One of the most effective ways we can do that is safeguarding their access to safe water,” says Anthony Lake, Executive Director of UNICEF
In a changing climate we must change the way we work to
A girl giggles while drinking water in Adone village, Laos. Adone is an exceptionally clean village as most of the families have safe drinking water. We want more villages to have access to safe water though currently 663 million people don’t have access to clean water. We must change our ways for the future generations. ©UNICEF/UNI182808/Noorani
A girl giggles while drinking water in Adone village Laos Adone is
Excellent coverage of the developing food crisis in Somalia by Channel 4 News Be advised, this report contains upsetting images.
Niamh Ni Ghlaisne
Happy International Day of Happiness! We hope your day has been filled with laughter and joy!
Happy International Day of Happiness We hope your day has been filled