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Publication date: March 31, 2020

Newly released recommendations for businesses aim to help employers strengthen support for families during the pandemic.

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Publication date: March 31, 2020

COVID-19 latest challenge facing battered health services

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Publication date: March 30, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grow, UNICEF is procuring and shipping vital supplies, including desperately required personal protective equipment (PPE), to countries affected.

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Publication date: March 26, 2020

As nationwide school closures disrupt the education for more than 80 per cent of students worldwide, UNICEF today announced it will significantly scale up support in all countries to help children continue their learning while keeping schools safe.

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Publication date: March 26, 2020

As the pandemic progresses, critical life-saving services, including immunization, will likely be disrupted, especially in Africa, Asia and the Middle East where they are sorely needed.

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Publication date: March 25, 2020

UNICEF appeals for $651.6 million to help children impacted by global pandemic

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Publication date: March 23, 2020

In Latin America and the Caribbean, over 154 million children, about 95 per cent of the enrolled, are temporarily out of school due to the COVID-19, UNICEF reported today based on UNESCO data.

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Publication date: March 23, 2020

Newly released technical guidance aims to help authorities strengthen protection measures for children during pandemic.

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Publication date: March 18, 2020

UNICEF is working to help prevent the spread of the virus among communities in the affected countries. We are sharing accurate information on how to keep families safe, providing hygiene and medical kits to schools and health clinics, and mitigating the impact of the outbreak on children’s access to health, education and social services.

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Publication date: March 16, 2020

Over 9,000 children killed or injured in the conflict, according to verified data

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