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Publication date: August 3, 2022

Fewer than half of all newborn babies are breastfed in the first hour of life, leaving them more vulnerable to disease and death


Publication date: August 2, 2022

The new Global Alliance for Ending AIDS in Children by 2030 was announced by leading figures at the International AIDS Conference taking place in Montreal.


Publication date: July 27, 2022

UNICEF has delivered life-saving supplies to Odesa to help an estimated 50,000 children in the war-ravaged districts of southern Ukraine.


Publication date: July 25, 2022

The Guiding Principles for Children on the Move in the Context of Climate Change provides a set of 9 principles that address the unique and layered vulnerabilities of children on the move both internally and across borders as a result of the adverse impacts of climate change.


Publication date: July 21, 2022

Inadequate supplies of safe water pose a huge risk to infants and young children, who are particularly vulnerable to water- and sanitation-related diseases, one of the leading causes of death for children under age 5.


Publication date: July 20, 2022

“In Somali region alone, over 900,000 people have been displaced. Drought not only means lack of water. It means that children are going hungry and thirsty every day"


Publication date: July 15, 2022

WHO and UNICEF sound the alarm as new data shows global vaccination coverage continued to decline in 2021, with 25 million infants missing out on lifesaving vaccines 


Publication date: July 6, 2022

It’s Difficult to Grow Up in an Apocalypse and Life in Colours reports highlight what young people experience, fear, and hope for during and after the pandemic


Publication date: June 23, 2022

Ahead of G7 summit, UNICEF appeals for US$1.2 billion to meet urgent needs of 8 million children at risk of death from severe wasting


Publication date: June 22, 2022

Statement by UNICEF Afghanistan Representative, Dr. Mohamed Ayoya on earthquake in Paktika and Khost provinces

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