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Press Centre (1/2019)

UNICEF appeals for $3.9 billion in emergency assistance for 41 million children affected by conflict or disaster

Millions of children without access to critical child protection services 

UNICEF Statement on the situation in Venezuela

CARACAS/PANAMA CITY/NEW YORK, 25 January 2019– “UNICEF regrets and condemns the reported loss of lives, including the deaths of teenagers, during recent demonstrations in Venezuela, and expresses its condolences to their families. 

Learning to overcome the trauma of war - Mahmoud's Story

Kilis, Turkey- Mahmoud’s day begins in the idyllic, sunsplashed courtyard of a historical building that is home to the İslambey ÇATOM Centre, managed by UNICEF partner the Southeast Anatolia (GAP) Administration. 

The unbreakable bond of sisterhood

Three Syrian refugee sisters are rebuilding their lives in Izmir with the help of the UNICEF-supported Al Farah Child and Family Support Centre, funded by the European Union. 

Education Starts at Home

How home-based early childhood education is helping Syrian refugee children reach for the stars

Standing up to stigma: How one frontline worker is making an impact for Syrian siblings with disabilities

Izmir, Turkey – Amineh, 5, Mohamed 10, and Abdul Rahman, 12, were all born with a congenital condition known as microcephaly.Izmir, Turkey – Amineh, 5, Mohamed 10, and Abdul Rahman, 12, were all born with a congenital condition known as microcephaly.

Youth manifesto calls on governments to #ENDviolence in schools

Recommendations presented as world leaders gather at the Education World Forum in the United Kingdom



Superhero 'Cipta' to help UNICEF end violence in schools

17-year-old Rizka Raisa Fatimah Ramli from Indonesia creates new character to win global comic contest


New Year's Babies: Over 15,700 children will be born in parts of Eastern Europe and Central Asia on New Year's Day - UNICEF

As the calendar turns to 2019, UNICEF calls on nations to meet every newborn’s right to health and survival


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