UNICEF New Zealand
yesterday at 23:45. Facebook
Time is running out for more than a million children.

Almost 1.4 million children are at imminent risk of death this year, as widespread famine looms in South Sudan, Nigeria, Somalia, and Yemen.

With your generous donations, we can save many lives.

Will you help care for a hungry child? ➜ [ Unicef.org.nz Link ]
UNICEF New Zealand
02/17/2017 at 22:28. Facebook
Every child has the right to play. And dig. And get dirty. And hunt for bugs. It's the Kiwi way.

So does Four Seasons Kindergarten in Taupo. Every week, rain or shine, their "Bush Kindy" gets little ones climbing trees, rolling down hills, and exploring the outdoors!

Share this video if you think there's nothing wrong with kids playing outside and getting their hands dirty!

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02/16/2017 at 23:30. Facebook
These are some of the incredible photos taken by Kate Holt Photojournalist while on assignment in Africa for UNICEF. If you'd like to see more of her amazing work, visit her page or pop over to our Instagram [ Instagram.com Link ]

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UNICEF New Zealand
02/15/2017 at 06:30. Facebook
The students of Finlayson Park School are rising above misconceptions about South Auckland, with education the groundswell underneath them. You can read the full story here ➜ bit.ly/finlayson-park
UNICEF New Zealand
02/14/2017 at 20:39. Facebook
This will make you feel a little better about the world.

It's a letter from Bill and Melinda Gates, who have been part of a global effort that's saved 122 million lives since 1990. You, our supporters, are part of that journey, too.

"Polio will soon be history. In our lifetimes, malaria will end. No one will die from AIDS. Few people will get TB. Children everywhere will be well nourished....
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UNICEF New Zealand
02/14/2017 at 06:30. Facebook
These kids from Finlayson Park School will give you goosebumps.
For decades, kiwi children in state care were left vulnerable to abuse. Despite that, they have received no official Government apology.

What needs to be put into place in order to protect and care for all of New Zealand's children?

Would you put your name to this document agreeing how all children should be cared for?

Carolyn Henwood: Time has come for New Zealanders to clearly state how children should be treated

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It's time to combat the "South Auckland" stereotype. And Finlayson Park School is doing just that.

Perception is not the same as reality. Child poverty is a problem for all of us, not just a few. And just because you may not have much money, it doesn't mean you're poor.

Have a look at how rich the lives of these kids are:

Unicef's NZ stories: The battle for a respected future in Manurewa

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Every child has a right to a good home, but Kiwi songwriter Mitch James knows exactly what it is like to not have a roof over your head.

Less than a year ago, the successful singer was living rough. Now, he's sharing his experience with the world.

From living on the street to riding high in the charts

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Less than a year ago Mitch James was busking for a living in Europe, but he was also homeless and living on the streets. Now, the 21-year-old Kiwi singer-songwriter is riding high in the charts with his hit Move On. He is now signed with Sony records, and using his experience in Europe and New Zealand as inspiration for his music.
80 years apart, these two refugees have more in common than you’d think. #RefugeesWelcome
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Jomaa is 14 years old, but he isn’t going to school because he is the breadwinner of his family. He misses playing with his cousin Haday who’s back in Syria and has now been married to Jomaa’s brother.

#ImagineaSchool is a multimedia project on Syrian children's struggle for education. Nearly six years into the violence, half of all Syrian children are out of school as a result of poverty,...
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Dyana, 13, has never been to school. She spends her days working in the field and after she gets home she has to watch her younger siblings and help her mother. Dyana is illiterate but would like to learn how to read and write.

#ImagineaSchool is a multimedia project on Syrian children's struggle for education. Nearly six years into the violence, half of all Syrian children are out of school...
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Fares is six years old. He has never been to school but he’s had many different jobs. He’s waited tables, sold vegatables and sweets and washed floors. We think he deserves the chance to have an education.

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Right now, parts of West Africa are suffering a severe nutrition crisis. Famine isn't far away, and tens of thousands of children are at risk.

Patrick Rose from UNICEF West and Central Africa told RNZ Morning Report what needs to be done.

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The situation in #Syria is far from normal. Destroyed homes. No power or water. And even the most basic food items increasingly out of reach.

Via Newshub UNICEF

Syria food prices skyrocket

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A generation of Syrian children now have childhood memories of conflict, not classrooms. Think back to when you were a child. What were the challenges you faced? ➜ imagineaschool.com #ImagineASchool
More than one in five refugees arriving into Europe is a child, and they are facing increasingly difficult conditions,

Temperatures are dropping as low as -20c. With no sign of a let-up in the extreme cold weather, children risk sickness and even death.

With your help, UNICEF is providing child and family support hubs, food, clothing, and warm accomodation for refugee children.

To help,...
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