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UNICEF New Zealand
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It's a massive game of #rugby for the world champion All Blacks tonight against the Official Lions Rugby. But how does the pressure of an international rugby game compare to the pressure of being a Dad?

Go the ABs!

#EatPlayLove #superdads #AllBlacks
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UNICEF New Zealand
UNICEF New Zealand
06/23/2017 at 05:30. Facebook
Happy Friday, everyone. Wishing you all a safe and happy (and warm!) weekend.
Happy Friday everyone Wishing you all a safe and happy and warm weekend
Good news - the devastating famine in South Sudan is easing. It's a fantastic result, thanks to our generous supporters - your donations have already helped saved thousands of lives.

But the underlying issues in South Sudan and other countries are getting worse, and millions more people remain at risk, meaning our job isn't done by a long shot.

We'll take the wins where we can though - and...
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Good news the devastating famine in South Sudan is easing Its a

Famine is over in South Sudan but the job has just begun

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UNICEF New Zealand
UNICEF New Zealand
06/19/2017 at 02:00. Facebook
Congratulations to the New Zealand Under 20s, who thumped England 64-17 to win the #WorldRugbyU20s!

They've done #NewZealand proud - not just winning the title, but by sharing the love with some of Georgia's most vulnerable kids on a visit with UNICEF Georgia.

Fantastic athletes, and fantastic ambassadors for All Blacks and New Zealand Rugby.
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UNICEF New Zealand
UNICEF New Zealand
06/18/2017 at 04:00. Facebook
The All Blacks will tell you, don't need to be an awesome #rugby player, to be an awesome Dad!
How does the pressure of being in the most successful rugby team of all time compare with the pressure of being a great Dad to your kids?

#EatPlayLove #superdads #AllBlacks
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Arthur Kane
NZ's Unicef Office of Research - Innocenti Report Card performance: Must Do Better.

NZ was ranked 34th out of 41 countries, and we lead the world in teen suicide. This should be a wake-up call for every New Zealander.

Read the report, and compare NZ's performance to other countries: [ Unicef.org.nz Link ]
NZ's Unicef Office of Research Innocenti Report Card performance: Must Do Better

Must Do Better: New Zealand's Disappointing Report Card Results

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Graham Brown
New Zealand hasn't performed well in a global UNICEF report on children's well-being in wealthy countries - a sign that we must do better for our children.

New Zealand was ranked 34th out of 41 OECD/EU countries in the Innocenti Report Card.

Some of the findings include:
- 19.8% of NZ children living in relative income poverty
-NZ has the worst youth suicide rate of countries measured
-NZ...
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New Zealand hasnt performed well in a global UNICEF report on childrens

Global report card

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Élsa Bleik
“His tongue was so dry, he couldn’t even take the breast.” But little Faris was one who got help.

Your donations are helping, not just Faris, but millions of other children across the Horn of Africa.

Even the smallest donation makes a massive difference ➜ UNICEF.org.nz/famine
His tongue was so dry he couldnt even take the breast But

Saving Lives, One Child At A Time

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Polly Karaitiana
Sri Lanka has just experienced the worst flooding in years. Around 300 people are dead or missing, and more than 600,000 people affected.

UNICEF is on the ground helping people get their lives back together

For many people, that means starting from scratch.
Sri Lanka has just experienced the worst flooding in years Around 300

Rebuilding A Life, When Everything Has Been Washed Away

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Our teams are showing their class on and off the rugby field!

New Zealand's U20 rugby players have met some special young people while in Georgia for the World Rugby U20 Championship.

The team visited one of the programmes UNICEF Georgia is involved with in Kutaisi - a youth centre catering for children who are living and working on the streets. The centre offers support and protection to...
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Our teams are showing their class on and off the rugby field
Maya Kurtsikidze
Yemen is at the centre of one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world, struggling with war, hunger, disease, and death. And it is children who are suffering the most.

But with your support, UNICEF is ensuring that these children aren't left to die. Hope, #ForEveryChild.

DONATE --> UNICEF.org.nz
Yemen is at the centre of one of the worst humanitarian crises

The Four Horsemen Come To Yemen – UNICEF New Zealand – Medium

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Graham Brown
"We had to walk through a minefield. I was carrying my daughter and thinking to myself, we could die in an explosion any minute."

Escalating violence in the Syrian city of #Raqqa has displaced thousands of families, forcing them to make dangerous journeys.

But, thanks to our supporters, we're there, helping. DONATE -> UNICEF.org.nz/syria
We had to walk through a minefield I was carrying my daughter

Violence and displacement stalk children in Syria's war-torn Raqqa

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Little Faris, 18 months old, was too sick to even be breastfed. His mum didn't think he would survive.

Thirteen days later, Faris has made a total recovery. Watch this video and find out how UNICEF helped him, and how we're helping thousands of other children across the Horn of Africa.

Think that's amazing? You can help us reach more kids just like Faris ➜ unicef.org.nz/famine
Due to popular demand there's another chance to see a special James Bond double feature fundraiser!

Two of Sir Roger Moore's classic Bond films will play on June 8, with 50% of all proceeds going to UNICEF.

Sir Roger had said it was the work he did as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, helping children, that he considered his greatest achievement.

Five cinemas are taking part, including Hoyts...
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Due to popular demand theres another chance to see a special James

D/F - The Spy Who Loved Me + For Your Eyes Only

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The scale of the crisis in South Sudan is staggering. Four million children are in need of humanitarian assistance, with almost two million people displaced inside the country since fighting began in 2013.

More than 1.6 million people have fled to neighbouring countries in search of safety. It's estimated that over one million children will be acutely malnourished in 2017, mostly due to...
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The scale of the crisis in South Sudan is staggering Four million
It's a long weekend, so why not celebrate the life of 007 legend and UNICEF Ambassador, Sir Roger Moore, with a special James Bond fundraising double feature!

He may have spent 12 years playing one of the world's most iconic roles, but Sir Roger said it was the work he did as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, helping children, that he considered his greatest achievement.

The double feature is...
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Its a long weekend so why not celebrate the life of 007

D/F - The Spy Who Loved Me + For Your Eyes Only

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The situation in Somalia is dire, but it is not too late.

With your support we can stop this terrible famine spreading further, and save the lives of millions of children.

Our colleagues from UNICEF Ireland have been seeing the life-saving work of our UNICEF Somalia team first-hand.

DONATE -> unicef.org.nz/famine
The situation in Somalia is dire but it is not too late

Peter Power: Famine in Somalia – are we letting it happen… again?

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Here's a great look at how our supporters are helping make a difference for kids living in the Pacific.

It's really simply stuff, that'll mean a healthier childhood and brighter future for these children.

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Heres a great look at how our supporters are helping make a

The Simple Way Kids In The Solomons Are Getting A Better Shot At Success

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Murray ODonnell
Otara Scorpions is more than just a league club. The club provides holidays programmes, parental support, counselling - anything to help their community, and the kids who live in it.

It gives kids somewhere to go, someone to look after them, something to eat, and something to aim for.

This league club, is all about the love.

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Bad weather means here in New Zealand we get angry over the cost of salad. For people living in the #Pacific, the problems caused by #climatechange are far bigger.
Bad weather means here in New Zealand we get angry over the

Why We’re All To Blame For $8 Lettuces And Out-of-Season Cyclones

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Jeremy Parkinson
Sonya Phillips