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Saving Newborn Lives in Bangladesh

Posted by: Guest Author January 31, 2019

In Bangladesh, UNICEF is building Special Care New Born Units (SCANU) in local hospitals, to supply aid to newborns and infants – especially those who are in need of emergency intervention. Read more »

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Ending Child Labour at Every Step of the Supply Chain

Posted by: UNICEF Canada January 11, 2019

Millions of children around the world are trapped in child labour, depriving them of their childhood, their health and education, and condemning them to a life of poverty and want. Of course, there is work that children do to help their families in ways that are neither harmful nor exploitative. But many children are stuck in unacceptable work for children – a serious violation of their rights. Read more »

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Year in Review: UNICEF’s Work in 2018

Posted by: UNICEF Canada December 27, 2018

Although we’d love to showcase all of the hard work done by UNICEF staffers, volunteers and partners this year, we’ve only got so much space so join us as we look back at some of our key moments in 2018. Read more »

Rohingya children have escaped persecution, but they can’t outrun the monsoon rains

Posted by: UNICEF June 14, 2018

Monsoon season in Bangladesh: having escaped persecution in Myanmar, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees are now at risk from the wild rains and storms hammering the region. Read more »

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2017: A look back at UNICEF’s biggest achievements in South Sudan and Bangladesh

Posted by: David Morley May 16, 2018

In our line of work, it can often seem like no matter what we do, the world just keeps on spinning out of control. Children suffer. Children starve. Children are out of school. At UNICEF, we try our best to protect them. To feed them. To get them back in school. We make a lot of noise, and sometimes the world hears us, sometimes it doesn’t. But we carry on anyway. We have no other choice because the cries and pleas of children are too deafening to our ears. Read more »

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Child trafficking is a price we must not let the Rohingya pay

Posted by: UNICEF January 12, 2018

How much is a child worth? Read more »

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Covering the Rohingya crisis for UNICEF: Three views

Posted by: UNICEF October 17, 2017

We asked three photographers and filmmakers who’ve been working for us in Cox’s Bazar to tell us what it’s been like to cover such a desperate situation for children. Read more »

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Nearly 400,000 Rohingya refugees have fled Myanmar in the last 3 weeks

Posted by: Marie-Hélène Bachand September 12, 2017

Since August 25, more than 400,000 Rohingya refugees have crossed the border between Myanmar's Rakhine State and Bangladesh, and that number is rising exponentially every day. Read more »

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A fair chance for every child

Posted by: UNICEF June 27, 2016

In this photo essay, see how deprivation in childhood touches every area of their lives, compromising their health, safety and education. We need a fair chance for every child. Read more »

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Father’s Day stories: meet five remarkable dads

Posted by: UNICEF Canada June 13, 2016

From the everyday to the extraordinary, these fathers will do anything for their children. They all believe that the greatest gift they can ever give to their children is the chance for a better future. To honour Father’s Day, here are stories of fathers who struggle against the odds to ensure their children survive and thrive. Read more »

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