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UNICEF UK
today at 12:06. Facebook
"School is the most important thing after my mom and dad... It’s my future and it means everything to me."

Fadia teaches children who fled Mosul at a Unicef-supported temporary learning space. She and her daughter fled violence in Iraq two years ago, so she understands how important it is for children who’ve been uprooted to make friends, establish a routine, and regain a sense of normalcy...
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UNICEF UK
yesterday at 09:45. Facebook
These powerful new images from Syria show the difference a blanket can make for a child in the bitterly cold winter.

• In the first photo, two young boys displaced by the fighting in Aleppo have to burn anything they can find to keep themselves warm.
• In the second photo, three displaced girls look warm and cosy as they wrap themselves up in Unicef-provided blankets inside a warehouse.
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UNICEF UK
12/02/2016 at 07:56. Facebook
"The weather is starting to get cold these days. I don't have a jacket or boots. I don't have a warm winter hat on my head."

In a refugee camp in Sjenica, #Serbia, the temperature can go below -10 degrees Celsius. Three young sisters live there, but they were in need of warm clothing. Thanks to donations, Unicef is providing winter shoes and clothes for refugee and migrant children like these...
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UNICEF UK
11/30/2016 at 17:49. Facebook
Unicef Ambassador Tom Hiddleston visited South Sudan last week to see how the civil war is destroying the lives of #children across the country. In 2016 alone, more than 170,000 children have been treated for malnutrition.

"Everyone I've met has experienced traumatic events that no-one - least of all a child - should ever have to go through," said Hiddleston. "It's heart-breaking to see that...
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UNICEF UK
11/29/2016 at 17:45. Facebook
After #BlackFriday and #CyberMonday, today is #GivingTuesday. You could help provide life-saving aid and keep children in Syria safe and warm this winter for as little as £3. [ Unicef.org.uk Link ]
UNICEF UK
11/28/2016 at 18:00. Facebook
500,000. That’s how many children now live under siege across war-torn Syria, almost completely cut off from humanitarian aid and basic services. Access must be allowed in order to reach children and families in desperate need of help. [ Unicef.org.uk Link ]
UNICEF UK
11/27/2016 at 10:45. Facebook
Finding safe places for children to play in #Syria is difficult, especially in a besieged rural town in #Damascus. Which is why some volunteers have created an underground playground called "The Land Of Childhood".

The playground links two basements with a tunnel and turns them into a playground to provide children with a relatively safe place to play and have fun together.
UNICEF UK
11/26/2016. Facebook
“They have got every right to be upset and ask for help. And yet they don’t. They just behave so beautifully.” When Keeley Hawes visited a refugee camp in Jordan, she met Khalid.

Since he was 15, he’s been looking after his six younger brothers. They fled #Syria when the violence intensified and one of his brothers needed medical attention. Their mother is in Germany and they hope to join her...
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UNICEF UK
11/23/2016. Facebook
Like many Syrian children, Yana has to make a heartbreaking choice to escape the bitter cold.

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UNICEF UK
11/22/2016. Facebook
Here are some powerful photos that show displaced children and families in #Mosul, #Iraq.

After a month of intensified military operations to retake the city of Mosul, tens of thousands of families in newly retaken areas urgently require life-saving assistance.
Nearly 59,000 people have been displaced, about 26,000 of them children. Unicef and other NGOs have begun to provide assistance to...
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UNICEF UK
11/21/2016. Facebook
Mouhammed is a young boy with cancer. He, his mother and five-year-old sister live in the oncology ward of the University Hospital, sharing one bed. It's the only hospital with a paediatric cancer ward left in western Aleppo city. This is safer than where they were previously - living in a tent between treatments.

Sadly, Mouhammed’s situation is far from unusual. Travelling to and from...
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UNICEF UK
11/20/2016. Facebook
“To be in a rights respecting school is very important. We don’t just learn, but we also do things about it.”

1.4 million children across the UK attend a Rights Respecting School. UNICEF UK works with schools to create safe and inspiring places to learn, where children are respected, their talents are nurtured and they are able to thrive.

Today is the anniversary of the United Nations...
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UNICEF UK
11/20/2016. Facebook
Every child has the right to play. But not every child can. Disasters, violence and conflict can mean that many children don’t have safe spaces in which to play.

Today, on the anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, IKEA is launching the Let's Play For Change campaign. For every children's book and toy sold during 20 November – 24 December, the IKEA Foundation...
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UNICEF UK
11/19/2016. Facebook
"I was happy the first day at school. I got to know friends and play with them."

A year ago, Malak almost died as she and her mother fled Syria. They almost drowned on a boat to Greece. Now she's safe and has started a new life in Europe, where she's made lots of new friends. But she still misses her friends in Syria. She'd love to go back and play with them.

This winter, there will be many...
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UNICEF UK
11/18/2016. Facebook
As Judy tells us her fears, we hear a bomb. This is daily life for the children of #Aleppo.

Judy walks through the rubble with her friends to school, but she doesn't go when she can hear planes. When she's at home, there's no electricity most days. She misses watching cartoons on TV.

"I wish this road opens soon, so I can go see my brother who lives in another city and just got maried. I...
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UNICEF UK
11/17/2016. Facebook
The ATP World Tour Finals and Unicef have joined together to form the Super 8: the world's top eight tennis players, on a mission to help protect children in danger. Children like Malak, who fled the devastating war in #Syria. After a perilous journey, she is now trying to start a new life in Europe. This weekend, we'll share Malak's story in her own words - watch this space!
UNICEF UK
11/16/2016. Facebook
15-year-old Ashraf and his little brother and sister live in an unfinished building in #Syria. Ashraf had to drop out of school after their father went missing. He now works in a car garage to support his family.
Their house is cold and has no electricity. The younger children use blankets to stay warm.
Unicef's Justin Forsyth was interviewed on BBC Radio 4, where he pointed out the dangers...
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UNICEF UK
11/16/2016. Facebook
For the first time in over two years, Unicef has been able to enter Mosul to provide aid to children and their families. The trucks were filled with enough emergency supplies to last 15,000 children and their families for a month. The supplies included life-saving food, water-purification tablets and hygiene supplies. #Iraq #MosulAid
UNICEF UK
11/15/2016. Facebook
Do you remember your favourite teacher? Check out this month’s #EmergencyLessons to see what an amazing teacher is doing for children living through the conflict in Ukraine.
UNICEF UK
11/15/2016. Facebook
"Cat’s Cradle" by Christina Lamb :
'She comes to me with a hesitant smile and a loop of red thread held up between her fingers. I haven’t done a Cat’s Cradle for more than 30 years. The girl is waiting. She and her family have travelled more than 3,000 miles from their Afghan village where the Taliban threatened to kill her for learning English, to this camp on a Greek island which is sunny...
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