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Every Child Alive: From premature to happy and healthy

Posted by: UNICEF Canada December 20, 2018

Of all the babies born every year, 30 million newborns will need specialized and intensive care due to reasons like premature birth and low birthweight. Thanks to timely neonatal care, Baby Nahawa from Mali beat all odds to survive. Read more »

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Armed Conflict in Northern Mali Drives Thousands from their Homes

Posted by: Emily McNally February 28, 2013

As the conflict in northern Mali continues, growing numbers of refugees are arriving in neighbouring Mauritania. In response, the international community has stepped up its support for both refugees and host communities. Read more »

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David’s Field Blog: Mentao Camp

Posted by: David Morley September 12, 2012

David Morley, President and CEO of UNICEF Canada, is currently touring the Sahel region of West Africa with CIDA and Julian Fantino, Canadian Minister of International Cooperation. Most recently, he visited the Mentao Camp in Burkina Faso, where refugees have fled following violence in Mali. Read more »

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World Refugee Day

Posted by: Emily McNally June 20, 2012

Today, we commend the tremendous strength and resilience of refugees around the world, with a special look at Malian refugees living in Mauritania. Read more »

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Violence Descends Upon Drought-Hit Mali

Posted by: Emily McNally May 25, 2012

In Northern Mali, a country suffering from prolonged drought, children already threatened by a nutrition crisis are now in danger of growing violence from armed groups. Read more »

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