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Learn more about UNICEF’s work under the topic "COVID-19".

As we close out 2021 – UNICEF’s 75th year of working to defend every child’s right to a childhood – we look back on some of our success stories from the past year.

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To meet the rapidly escalating needs of countries in providing medical grade oxygen for COVID-19 patients, UNICEF has developed an innovative Oxygen Plant-in-a Box package, to help increase oxygen producing capacity at hospitals and health clinics.

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Thomas Sorensen, Senior Manager in the Cold Chain Unit, UNICEF Supply Division, explains the work behind the scenes to roll-out the largest ultra-cold-chain deployment in history.

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For World Humanitarian Day, we hear from three different groups who have been taking part in the Love My Neighbour Project – where multi-faith Canadians have come together to promote global vaccine equity.

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For many Canadians, we’ve been able to have our first – or second – dose of COVID-19 vaccine. But for people living in other countries, this is not their reality. Hear from people around the world about the importance of getting vaccinated – and why it matter for Canadians to #GiveAVax.

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COVID-19 isn’t over for any of us, until it’s over for all of us. That’s why Canadian faith communities are raising funds to help increase equitable access and delivery of COVID-19 vaccines through the Love My Neighbour campaign.

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UNICEF is supporting "Corona Van" in Al Tal, Syria. The van reaches them with psychosocial support and awareness-raising on prevention against COVID19.

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Tips for handling tough conversations with your loved ones.

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Throughout India, COVID-19 cases continue to surge at unprecedented rates, with more than four new cases reported every second. This is how UNICEF is helping to control the spread and supply the fight against COVID-19.

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