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Intense violence in Syria’s East Ghouta shuts schools, deprives children of medical care - UNICEFDAMASCUS/AMMAN, 10 December 2017 – Continuing violence across East Ghouta, some 10km outside the Syrian capital, Damascus, has reportedly led to the closure of most schools in the area over the past month and stranded scores of children in need of medical evacuation.
Crisis of invisibility in Sub-Saharan Africa: Less than 1 in 2 births registered Nouakchott/Dakar, 7 December 2017 – 95 million children have not had their births registered across Sub Saharan Africa, and if decisive action is not taken, these numbers will soar to 115 million by 2030, UNICEF said today.
UNICEF hails new Italian law to protect unaccompanied refugee and migrant children as model for Europe ROME, GENEVA, 29 March 2017 - UNICEF welcomes the Italian Parliament for passing an historic law to boost support and protection for the record number of foreign unaccompanied and separated children who arrived in Italy – nearly 26,000 in 2016.
With nearly 2,000 foreign children arriving on the Mediterranean in the first two months of 2017, the upward trend in arrivals is expected to continue this year making this law timely and relevant.
B-roll and photos Data on children Resources UNICEF in emergencies Press centre home Children under attack at shocking scale in conflicts around the world, says UNICEF NEW YORK, 28 December 2017 – Children in conflict zones around the world have come under attack at a shocking scale throughout the year, UNICEF warned today, with parties to conflicts blatantly disregarding international laws designed to protect the most vulnerable.
UNICEF: Make the digital world safer for children – while increasing online access to benefit the most disadvantaged NEW YORK, 11 December 2017 – Despite children’s massive online presence – 1 in 3 internet users worldwide is a child – too little is done to protect them from the perils of the digital world and to increase their access to safe online content, UNICEF said in its annual flagship report released today.
UNICEF statement on release of Chibok school girls abducted by Boko Haram ABUJA, Nigeria, – “UNICEF welcomes Saturday’s release of over 80 of the girls abducted by Boko Haram insurgents at their school in Chibok over three years ago.
We extend our deepest sympathies to the families of the victims and to the people of Guatemala.Time is running out for children as famine, drought and war threaten millions NEW YORK/DAKAR/NAIROBI/AMMAN, 28 March 2017 – More than a month after famine was declared in South Sudan, time is running out for more than a million children as drought and armed conflict devastate lives in northeast Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen, UNICEF said today.