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UNICEF Ireland
today at 11:21. Facebook
UNICEF is 70 years in operation, but we are not celebrating. We work in 190 countries, advocating on behalf of children here in Ireland, supporting child rights in countries where services are being developed, and responding to emergencies in countries where a quarter of the world's children live - wherever we are, we work for every child. One day we hope we will no longer be needed. Join our...
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UNICEF Ireland
yesterday at 17:34. Facebook
The IKEA Foundation and IKEA Ireland are supporting our work by donating one euro for every children’s book or toy sold between now and Christmas. Money raised through ‘Let’s Play for Change’ will help UNICEF reach nearly 60,000 young children in China, India, Indonesia and Kenya with nurturing care programmes.
UNICEF Ireland
12/05/2016 at 12:00. Facebook
Violence against children marks them forever #ENDViolence Join UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador David Beckham's campaign for children.
UNICEF Ireland
12/06/2016 at 11:20. Facebook
UNICEF Ireland's Youth Ambassadors representing on the issue of education in emergencies #EmergencyLessons
UNICEF Ireland
12/06/2016 at 10:36. Facebook
Our fabulous Youth Ambassadors are coming to you live from @EuropeanParliament where they are participating in an event about education in emergencies #EmergencyLessons Thanks Jade Cox Franey, Nathan Moore, Natasha Maimba and Minahil Sarfraz for being such great interviewees.
UNICEF Ireland
12/04/2016 at 18:52. Facebook
We're proud to say this great piece of journalism came about as a result of a visit to UNICEF Turkey last week. We are working hard to ensure Syrian children are safe and warm this Christmas, join us: [ Bit.ly Link ]
UNICEF Ireland
12/02/2016 at 15:39. Facebook
Children are at risk of cold-related illnesses as winter approaches. Especially children who are living in refugee camps in the Syrian region. €37 could buy one winter clothing kit containing boots, socks, trousers, jacket, jumper, hat, scarf and gloves [ Bit.ly Link ]
UNICEF Ireland
12/02/2016 at 14:35. Facebook
UNICEF Ireland Ambassador Joe Canning is just back from visiting children affected by war in Syria. At camps in Turkey, he witnessed the chilling effects of winter on families forced to flee conflict in their own country. We are working hard to ensure Syrian children are safe and warm this Christmas, please consider supporting us here: [ Bit.ly Link ]

GAA star Joe kicks off hope for Syrian refugee kids with Unicef Ireland

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Winter is on its way to the Syrian region. It brings freezing temperatures and bitter winds, putting children like 3-year-old Hakim at risk. After fleeing Syria, he now lives in a flimsy, makeshift tent. Your support could help a child like Hakim get the warm clothing they need to survive this winter: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Syria, November 2016. Displaced children from Rural Damascus and Dar'a learn at their underground makeshift school - a former fodder collection centre. Children share stationary and take it in turns to sit at desks because there are not enough to go around.
School can be a powerful tool for recovery and hope. All it takes is a teacher and some basic supplies. €27 could provide 1,000 pencils for an entire school: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Rebecca Danielle came to the Piliwa health facility to get vaccinated against maternal and newborn tetanus (MNT). She lives in a rural Maasai community in Kenya, with her husband and children. Health programmes like this one, supported by the Pampers Unicef 1 pack = 1 vaccine campaign, help keep mothers and their babies healthy.

Since 2006, the Pampers Unicef 1 pack = 1 vaccine campaign has...
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We will do whatever it takes to make sure the most vulnerable children have a safe place to rest their head #foreverychild
To give a child a chance at a future, they need protection from the beginning. A New Mother Pack can protect a child from life-threatening diseases during pregnancy: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Between now and Christmas Eve, IKEA Foundation and IKEA Ireland will donate one euro for every children’s book or toy sold in IKEA stores to charities including UNICEF. Money raised through ‘Let’s Play for Change’ will help UNICEF reach nearly 60,000 young children in China, India, Indonesia and Kenya with nurturing care programmes.
President of Ireland / Uachtarán na hÉireann Michael D. Higgins has given UNICEF Ireland special permission to republish lines from a beautiful speech he gave to students in Vietnam recently on his wish #foreverychild as part of our Tiny Stories campaign. Read more Tiny Stories here: [ Unicef.org Link ] Photograph is with thanks to Maxwell Photography.
Happy International Children's Day! Cathy Kelly wrote a Tiny Story for #foreverychild, read it here:

"The tent is cold and she was awake at night with the noise of bombs from Syria just a few miles away. Syria's her home, from where she fled with her mum, dad and baby brother and just the clothes on their backs. The Al Zata'ari refugee camp in Jordan is safe, people are kind here, but she...
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Now it's time for the music!! @ferdiawalshpeelo and friends at the Lighthouse cinema #EmergencyLessons