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Since November 2016, nearly 315,000 people have been displaced from fighting in and around Aleppo City in Syria.


As fighting subsides in East Mosul, 30 schools reopened on Sunday with help from UNICEF, alloAs fighting subsides in East Mosul, 30 schools reopened on Sunday with help from UNICEF, allowing over 16,000 children to resume their education.wing over 16,000 children to resume their education.


Sidra, a 14-year-old Syrian refugee, attends one of UNICEF’s 223 Makani learning centres in Jordan near the Syrian border. The Government of Canada is providing support to Makanicentres across Jordan, reaching girls like Sidra with continued education and life skills.


Millions of children who are already vulnerable are facing a winter without warm clothing and heating.


Eleven-year-old Raavin from British Columbia, was named the grand prize winner of the annual Pier 1 Imports/UNICEF/Owlkids Greeting Card Contest. Raavin’s design will become an official UNICEF greeting card sold exclusively at Pier 1 Imports’ stores across Canada during the 2017 holiday season.


To support UNICEF’s work to improve children’s access to clean and safe drinking water around the world, Halifax will host the 25th annual Chefs for UNICEF Water for Life Gala on Wednesday, April 26 at the World Trade and Convention Centre. Tickets are now on sale.


For every child, hope


For every child, hope



Forty-eight million children living through some of the world’s worst conflicts and other humanitarian emergencies will benefit from UNICEF’s 2017 appeal, which was launched today.


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