UNICEF New Zealand
UNICEF New Zealand
04/25/2017 at 07:00. Facebook
Moera Kindergarten is doing a lot with a little.

They are one of 19 kindys in the greater Hutt Valley area doing amazing things for children, albeit on a tight budget.

Their dedicated teachers understand how vitally important the early years are #foreverychild, and are committed to making a difference.

Do you think our kindergartens get enough funding? Tell us in the comments.
UNICEF New Zealand
UNICEF New Zealand
04/25/2017 at 03:29. Facebook
When you support UNICEF, you support children all over the world.
Barbara Palmer
"I just want people to not belittle kids with special needs... Adam is a very bubbly person. It would be cool if people got to see that side rather than just the autism."

Nathaniel Sulupo is a rising athletics star, but where he's making the biggest impact might be in the lives of two young autistic boys.
I just want people to not belittle kids with special needs Adam

Kiwi shot put champ and kindy teacher

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UNICEF New Zealand
UNICEF New Zealand
04/24/2017 at 07:30. Facebook
He's 189cm tall. 19 years old. A shot put prodigy. And a gentle giant.

Nathaniel Sulupo is a teacher aide to two autistic boys at Moera Kindergarten in the Hutt Valley. He's using his mighty strength and determination to help some of our littlest people.

Share if you think every child deserves someone like Nathaniel.
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UNICEF New Zealand
UNICEF New Zealand
04/23/2017 at 03:34. Facebook
Born blind and displaced by violence in Damascus, 10-year-old Ansam sings a message of hope with fellow Syrian children in this powerful song, which given recent events in the war-torn country resonates more than ever.

#foreverychild, peace
Dianne Hilda Haist
Even in times of emergency, education is vital.

With your help, children around the world are still able to get an education, ensuring they have the same chance as anyone else.

UNICEF is proud to be helping hundreds of thousands of children in Somalia get back to school.
Even in times of emergency, education is vital.

With your help, children around the world are still able to get an education, ensuring they have the same chance as anyone else.

UNICEF is proud to be helping hundreds of thousands of children in Somalia get back to school.
It's almost lunchtime, so who'll be not enjoying a lovely lunch today?

Maybe passing on a pizza, missing a muffin, or skipping a salad? Whatever you choose, and however much you donate, it's helping kids in South Sudan!

#skiptosavelives

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Did you #skiptosavelives today? No worries if not, there's always tomorrow!

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Please share, and encourage your friends to enjoy not enjoying a delicious treat too! ☕

There's a prize for the first person to go with the smashed avo on toast. Maybe even a good prize.
Did you skiptosavelives today No worries if not there's always tomorrow

Skip a coffee, save a life: Unicef NZ launches famine fundraising campaign

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David Conradie
Hey, YOU. Are you about to buy your usual morning flat white? Why not bust your routine, and help some little kids?

Forget that smashed avo on toast, with Skiptosavelives.co.nz you can turn donuts into donations! #skiptosavelives
Hey YOU Are you about to buy your usual morning flat white

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Why not skip the surcharges and smashed avocado on toast this Easter? With #skiptosavelives your latte can become a lifesaver

Every treat you don't have will help children struggling with famine in South Sudan.

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Skip, share, and sign up your friends to enjoy not having that delicious treat!
Why not skip the surcharges and smashed avocado on toast this Easter

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Ok, so this is possibly the cutest thing we've ever seen. Seven-year-old Edison is raising money to help children struggling with famine on her Any Art for Africa page.

Her idea's very simple, but it's great - draw a picture, sell that picture, donate the money!

Head along and support Edison today! By supporting her, you're supporting a whole lot of other kids as well. Please share!

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Across the Horn of Africa and Middle east tens of millions of people are now staring at the possibility of famine - a terrible combination of conflict, drought, poverty, and displacement.

In Kenya, conditions are so dry that crops are withering and animals dying.

But it's not too late to stop famine happening. Here's how your donations can help those families and children.
Across the Horn of Africa and Middle east tens of millions of

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Hina Yusufi
There are millions of children throughout the world, struggling to get back on their feet.

Many people believe their parents should be sterilised, or provided with contraception, before they get help. Lachlan Forsyth explains why that's such a terrible idea.
There are millions of children throughout the world struggling to get back on their feet

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Our Programmes Officer Justin was recently in #Kiribati to check on how your generous donations are being used.

It's a beautiful place - but Kiribati also has problems: #climatechange, water access, unemployment, and access to education.

Here's some info on how kiwi donors are helping the wonderful kids of Kiribati.
Our Programmes Officer Justin was recently in Kiribati to check on how

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M. Claire Bunt
"Let's not pretend that without New Zealand's level of education, wealth, peaceful and stable government, and easy access to contraceptives, family sizes would be much different here."
Lets not pretend that without New Zealands level of education wealth peaceful

Sterilising the poor: a civilised Solution?

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"I have already lost a cousin to malnutrition today, I can't lose my little brother"

Help us, help children like Mohanned.

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"I have already lost a cousin to malnutrition today I can't lose my little brother"

Unicef NZ: Families fighting to survive in Yemen

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Jack Moana Pere
In #drought-stricken #Kenya, it may be the arrival of international aid, not rains, that will be the difference between life and death.

UNICEF is already there.

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In droughtstricken Kenya it may be the arrival of international aid not

Reaching malnourished children in Kenya with life-saving nutrition supplies

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A statement from UNICEF Executive Director, Anthony Lake, on reports of chemical attacks on families in Syria.
A statement from UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake on reports of chemical

Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake on reports of chemical weapons attacks on children and families in Syria

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Paulette O'Brien
A long walk, and a longer wait, and a happy ending for one desperate father.
A long walk and a longer wait and a happy ending for one desperate father

Unicef NZ: A long walk, and a longer wait for Somalian father

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