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03/25/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
She shouldn't have to do this. No family should have to risk their children’s lives just for something to drink. A child carries empty jerry cans to fill from a tap that delivers untreated water from the White Nile in Juba, #SouthSudan. War is exacerbating the country's water crisis, one more daily challenge for families in Juba.
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yesterday at 20:00. Facebook
Today on #WorldTBDay, we all have the power to change the sound of TB! Thanks to our friends at TB Alliance - Community Engagement for sharing. #LouderThanTB
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yesterday at 16:47. Facebook
Tuberculosis is not a disease of the past, and we are just as committed to fighting it today as we were seven decades ago. 1949: a health worker vaccinates a boy near Delhi, India. Today: Nyajime suffered from severe acute malnutrition and TB when she first arrived at the UNICEF-supported clinic in Juba, South Sudan. Weighing just 9 kilograms — a girl of her age and height should weigh 19.5...
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UNICEF USA
03/23/2017 at 16:58. Facebook
War. Famine. A water crisis. In South Sudan, multiple emergencies are colliding. When they do, children like Francis, Amal and Jamal feel the impact.

A nation in crisis – Photography and social change

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More than 300 UNICEF supporters came together in Atlanta last Friday for the third annual Evening for Children First. The event honored UNICEF Ambassador and actor Laurence Fishburne with the Global Philanthropist Award for the tremendous impact he's made on the lives of countless children and their families. Thanks to everyone who helped make the night such a huge success!
UNICEF USA
03/22/2017 at 23:15. Facebook
A bottle flip challenge like no other! Join us by sharing your clip with the hashtag #FlipClimateChange on Twitter or Instagram to raise awareness about why we must act on climate before it’s too late.

If we don’t act NOW in around two decades, 1 in 4 children will be facing a water crisis.
UNICEF USA
03/22/2017 at 20:54. Facebook
#Wateris fun! Children play under a tap during recess at a UNICEF-supported school in a camp for displaced families in Maiduguri, Nigeria. Over the past 12 months, UNICEF and partners have provided clean, safe water to nearly 700,000 people in three conflict-affected states. #WorldWaterDay
UNICEF USA
03/22/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
Why is water important to you? L’Oréal Luxe Group President Carol Hamilton talks water and UNICEF USA’s work in Forbes: [ Bit.ly Link ]
UNICEF USA
03/22/2017 at 15:21. Facebook
600 million children will be living in areas with extremely limited water by 2040 — unless we act now. #WorldWaterDay

Thirsting for a Future: Water and Children in a Changing Climate

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UNICEF USA
03/21/2017 at 22:04. Facebook
Teaming up to fight the global water crisis this #WorldWaterDay and beyond! Thanks to S'well Bottle for supporting UNICEF's sustainable water projects. Learn more about why S’well CEO Sarah Kauss is committed to helping 500,000 people in Madagascar gain access to safe water by 2019: [ Bit.ly Link ] #wateris
UNICEF USA
03/21/2017 at 18:15. Facebook
"Never lose hope in school." Maziria, 16, shared this poem with us when we visited her school in Adjumani, Uganda earlier this month. A beautiful message for #WorldPoetryDay!
UNICEF USA
03/21/2017 at 14:30. Facebook
Six years ago, at least a hundred thousand children died of famine because the world did not act soon enough. We cannot let that happen again.

UNICEF is on the ground responding to the #4famines crisis, but your help is urgently needed. Donate now: [ Bit.ly Link ]
UNICEF USA
03/20/2017 at 20:30. Facebook
Time is running out for more than a million children — but we can still save many lives. Learn how UNICEF is responding to the #4famines crisis and what you can do to help.

Nearly 1.4 Million Children May Die as "Four-Country" Famine Looms

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UNICEF USA
03/20/2017 at 15:30. Facebook
#InternationalDayOfHappiness is in full swing today, and we're celebrating the power of play! Not only does it make these young friends smile, but playtime at this child-friendly space in Uganda's Bidi Bidi settlement helps refugee children regain a sense of normalcy and develop the skills they'll need to thrive.
UNICEF USA
03/19/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
How much water do you use per day? Check out Unicef Water's National Geographic photo series on water inequality to see how you compare. #wateris

Pictures Show Stunning Inequality in World Water Use

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UNICEF USA
03/18/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
#RefugeesWelcome: Children and families forced to flee violence in South Sudan find hope in Uganda's refugee settlements. Our own Justin Hemenway shares his experience traveling with UNICEF Uganda and friends from LDS Charities and William Morris Endeavor.

On the Road in Uganda

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Born blind and displaced by violence in Damascus, 10-year-old Ansam sings a message of hope with fellow #ChildrenofSyria. They're not giving up and neither should we.
What can you do to help #ChildrenofSyria under attack? Quite a lot, it turns out. Learn how on Forbes.

3 Things You Can Do To Help Syrian Children Right Now

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"Here's something hopeful I can do." Narges shows us the power of every individual to make a real difference in the lives of the children who continue to suffer. Read her story on Forbes.

This Entrepreneur Rallied 2,500 Facebook Friends To Make A Difference For Syrian Children

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#PlayForSyria: More than a dozen basketball players are teaming up to support UNICEF and help build futures for Syrian children affected by the country’s terrible war, now entering its seventh year. Learn about their experiences playing ball in #Syria — and how you can help the millions of children in need of clean water, nutrition, health care, protection and education.

As March Madness Begins—One Basketball Team Is Playing for Syrian Kids

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