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Tag : No Child Too Far

We are pleased to present all posts tagged "No Child Too Far"

Reaching the Hardest to Reach

Posted by: Emily McNally December 12, 2012

In remote communities around the world, networks of UNICEF-sponsored health extension workers are reaching the hardest to reach, bridging the service gap in rural healthcare. Read more »

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Canadian humanitarian's life-saving boots inducted into the Bata Shoe Museum

Posted by: Emily McNally November 7, 2012

After traveling over 100,000 km through some of the most dangerous, remote and devastated parts of the developing world to deliver life-saving supplies to tens of thousands of children in need, Nigel Fisher’s boots were inducted into the permanent collection of the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto on November 1st. Read more »

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Cracking Down on Child Recruitment

Posted by: UNICEF Canada October 29, 2012

In this video, Pernille discusses the International Criminal Court's landmark conviction of Congolese warlord Lubanga Dyilo, and what it meant for children affected by war. Read more »

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The Compass

Posted by: UNICEF Canada October 26, 2012

Pernille Ironside is a Child Protection Specialist with UNICEF in emergencies. She has traveled to some of the most challenging and insecure areas in the world – to secure the release of tens of thousands of child soldiers from armed groups. Read more »

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One Canadian's Perspective

Posted by: UNICEF Canada October 24, 2012

From the field, Chris Tidey witnessed first-hand UNICEF’s role in the road to recovery in Pakistan and the Horn of Africa. Read more »

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No Child Too Far: Interview with Chris Tidey

Posted by: UNICEF Canada October 24, 2012

Chris Tidey is a UNICEF Communications Specialist. He travels to emergencies to help get the word out about what’s needed most to save children’s lives. Read more »

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A message from David Morley

Posted by: David Morley October 15, 2012

Ever since I started working at UNICEF Canada, people across the country have told me that helping UNICEF is one of their first memories of helping others. It’s my memory, too. We’re proud of that legacy, knowing that so many Canadians feel a kinship with UNICEF based on warm memories and positive experiences. Read more »

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