UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
yesterday at 16:00. Facebook
These sweet girls are playing at a Unicef-supported centre at a hotel near Athens. Back in November, the hotel was a temporary home to 100 refugees - half of whom were children. Every child should have the right to play and learn. UK Aid is helping to provide many children like these little girls with a safe space to play and learn during emergencies. #RefugeeWeek
These sweet girls are playing at a Unicefsupported centre at a hotel
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
06/21/2017 at 07:00. Facebook
Halima left Ethiopia with her son to escape fighting, she walked for three days carrying her son to reach the camp for displaced people. When they arrived her little boy was hospitalised and is receiving treatment for malnutrition. We’re working to make sure all children have a bright future and can grow up happy and healthy #RefugeeWeek
Halima left Ethiopia with her son to escape fighting she walked for
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
06/20/2017 at 11:10. Facebook
Unicef’s newly appointed Goodwill Ambassador Muzoon Almellehan sends a message of hope to refugees today, in support of #WorldRefugeeDay. Like and share to show you stand #WithRefugees.
Lorraine Brown
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
06/20/2017 at 07:30. Facebook
Every child should have the right to an education Meet seven-year old Huda. She was one when war erupted in #Syria. She now lives in a camp for displaced people.

Until recently, Huda and other children in the camp had never attended school. This prompted local volunteers to set up a tent for around 30 children of different age groups to receive basic education. Unicef is working in Syria...
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Every child should have the right to an education Meet sevenyear old
Kitty Pang
Sally Reader
Lorraine Brown
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
06/19/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Meet Muzoon Almellehan 19, a Syrian refugee, education activist and the newest Unicef Goodwill Ambassador. Muzoon has been campaigning for education since she was forced to flee Syria in 2013 with her family.

Inspired by the Muzoon’s passion for education? Become a campaigner today: [ Unicef.org.uk Link ]
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
06/17/2017 at 11:20. Facebook
James West
Clair Sumner
Michelletanya Houlahan
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
06/16/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
Across East Africa, children are facing starvation because of drought, war and a lack of food. Manchester United are helping Unicef reach more children with life-saving supplies. Please watch, share and donate #united4unicef unicef.uk/manutd
Danny Dempsey
Κυριάκος Αντωνίου
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
06/14/2017. Facebook
Remember sweet Rova? She loves carrots and recently Rova and her mother have started growing them in a small patch of land behind where they live. Rova and her mother continue to visit the local nutrition outreach centre to learn more about nutritious food to help Rova grow stronger every day.
Remember sweet Rova She loves carrots and recently Rova and her mother
Kitty Pang
Léa Corban
Anisah Pervaz
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
06/12/2017. Facebook
How sweet is baby Marianne? Marianne is receiving treatment for malnutrition. She's eating peanut paste - full of nutrients and energy which will help her grow stronger every day.
How sweet is baby Marianne Marianne is receiving treatment for malnutrition Shes
Tan Binta Dawson
Alison Penketh
Bekee Onuigbo
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
06/10/2017. Facebook
Families are seeking safety as the fighting in Raqqa continues to escalate. In camps for the displaced, Unicef is responding by trucking 975,000 litres of water daily, providing health care facilities and creating child-friendly spaces for learning and playing.
Families are seeking safety as the fighting in Raqqa continues to escalate
Mike Hobson
Kitty Pang
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
06/08/2017. Facebook
The ICC Champions Trophy is supporting Unicef, so one day, every child will be free from danger. #OneDay4Children

ICC - International Cricket Council
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
06/06/2017. Facebook
Our ambassador Sir Chris Hoy visited Madagascar where he met children like this adorable little girl. Rova is five years old and suffering from malnutrition. We’re working to fight malnutrition so children can grow up healthy and strong.
Our ambassador Sir Chris Hoy visited Madagascar where he met children like
Joanne Lehtihet
Matthew Conway
Renée Raza
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
06/05/2017. Facebook
100,000 children are threatened as conflict continues to escalate in west Mosul.

In camps for the displaced, Unicef is providing food, basic health services, water and hygiene items to support the most vulnerable children and families.
100000 children are threatened as conflict continues to escalate in west Mosul
Simon Merrick
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
06/01/2017. Facebook
To celebrate International Children’s Day, we’re looking back at our visit to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam with Manchester United. Over 120 vulnerable children took part in a football festival to promote fair play and prevent violence against children. #United4Unicef‎
Denise Ong
Abu Ammar
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
05/29/2017. Facebook
The right nutrition is important #foreverychild – just like this girl who is eating her midday meal at school in Mozambique. This is the only meal of the day for many of the students at the school. With the right nutritious food, children are able to grow up healthy and strong and can reach their full potential.
The right nutrition is important foreverychild just like this girl who is
Léa Corban
Kitty Pang
Val Kelly
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
05/27/2017. Facebook
"I used to work in a bank, but things changed when I lost my sister in childbirth. She and the baby both died, it was so sorrowful. I knew that I didn’t want that to happen to any other people, for them to be without proper help, so I decided to leave the bank and become a nurse."
Doris Harman, senior nurse at a Unicef-supported children's clinic in Liberia
I used to work in a bank but things changed when I
Sally Reader
Maureen M Carroll
Léa Corban
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
05/25/2017. Facebook
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
Rosie Westgate
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
05/25/2017. Facebook
Unicef responds to an average of 300 emergencies in 90 countries every year, most of which never reach the news.
That’s why we are so grateful to H&M and their customers and employees for raising £1 million for children in emergencies. Your H&M 5p carrier bag donations are helping Unicef to protect children from dangers like conflict, malnutrition, disease and natural disasters. Thank you.
Léa Corban
Veronica Raola Alonge
John David Hibbert
UNICEF UK
UNICEF UK
05/24/2017. Facebook
Today is Unicef’s #DayforChange! Schools across the country are fundraising to help us fight child malnutrition.

In this 1-minute video, senior nurse Doris tells us how she helps children in Liberia grow up healthy and safe from deadly malnutrition.
UNICEF UK
Patricia Gaffney
Léa Corban