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Elizabeth Dallaire has been working tirelessly as a UNICEF Volunteer and Ambassador for over 20 years now. Her determination and conviction for safeguarding children's rights during times of conflict is a source of inspiration for all.
UNICEF will need at least $5 million to meet children’s immediate needs, according to preliminary estimates
Girls between five and 14 years old spend 40 per cent more time, or 160 million more hours a day, on unpaid household chores and collecting water and firewood compared to boys their age, according to a report released by UNICEF ahead of International Day of the Girl on 11 October.
One week after Hurricane Matthew slammed into Haiti, and as schools re-open across the country, more than 100,000 children will be missing out on learning after their schools were either damaged or converted into shelters.
Jan Lisiecki - born in 1995 - made his orchestral debut with Calgary Civiv Symphony at the tender of 9. Ever since then, Jan has been an advocate for children's rights and UNICEF's work for supporting children.
Having escaped genocide and war in East Africa at the tender age of 13, New Brunswick resident Solange Tuyinshime has been motivated ever since to become an active ambassador and spokesperson for UNICEF's programs.
Three weeks since Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Haiti, UNICEF said it would need an additional US$22.5 million to meet the increasing needs of children in the country, including in the hurricane-hit areas.
David Morley has been the President and CEO of UNICEF Canada since 2011. Thanks to his valued contributions in the past four decades, he is widely recognized for his work in international development.
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