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Category: Child Survival

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UNICEF and Canada: On the brink of polio eradication

One of the worst polio attacks ever recorded in the world - in terms of percentage of people at risk who became infected - happened in Chesterfield Inlet, Nunavut. Read More >

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  • Child Survival
Tags: Polio

World Water Day: 5 Facts

March 22 is World Water Day. This is a day to acknowledge water as a basic human right and life-saving necessity. While the global target set in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for safe drinking water was met in 2010, we cannot rest until every child enjoys their right to water and sanitation. Read More >

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  • Child Survival

In Ethiopia, support from Canada improves child and maternal care

With support from the Canadian Government, Health Extension Workers in Ethiopia are reaching mothers and children in the most remote villages to save lives. Read More >

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  • Child Survival
Tags: DFATD
Geographic Regions: Sub-Saharan Africa

Evidence for action: Making invisible children visible through data

UNICEF’s new report – State of the World’s Children 2014 in Numbers: Every Child Counts – reveals that The progress children are experiencing is uneven and far too many are being left behind. These children are becoming ‘invisible’ and their marginalization is hidden by statistical averages that show overall improvement but mask disparities within countries. Read More >

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  • Child Survival

Congratulations India on being Polio-free for 3 years

Once considered the hardest place to eradicate polio, India now celebrates three years since its last case. Read More >

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  • Child Survival
Tags: India, Polio
Geographic Regions: Asia

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