Watch our new film for the children of Syria, “No Place Like Home”, with Ewan McGregor, Michael Sheen, Tom Hiddleston, Emma Bunton, Rita Ora and Tinie Tempah. Donate to UNICEF’s Syria Winter Appeal.

Some ads from UNICEF in Sri Lanka as highlighted in this Buzzfeed article.

Invisible Child: Dasani's Homeless Life

Amazing children’s stories and photos from the New York Times

kidpres:

Thanks for helping spread the word about our project with UNICEF’s Inspired Gifts this year! We want to help kids all over the world. Check it out: Kid President’s Holiday Gift Guide.

You can also buy inspired Gifts if you live in the UK! 

kidpres:

Thanks for helping spread the word about our project with UNICEF’s Inspired Gifts this year! We want to help kids all over the world. Check it out: Kid President’s Holiday Gift Guide.

You can also buy inspired Gifts if you live in the UK! 

hiddlestonershaveheart:

With permission of @unicef_uk we’d like to share this pic and quote :
“The problems in Syria are extremely complex. But the world can’t stand by and watch as children suffer for a third year away from their homes, without safety or access to basics like food, water and medicine. Sometimes change is made, not through one great stride, but through thousands of tiny steps. Please share this video with everyone you know and please do donate anything you can afford, no matter how big or small. UNICEF can then buy blankets, warm clothes, shoes and medicine for children that have fled their homes and are facing a bitterly harsh winter in refugee camps. Know that small steps can make a huge difference. Your help could be life-saving. Thank you.”
Watch the film: ow.ly/rF3yh
#noplacelikehome

Thanks so much!

hiddlestonershaveheart:

With permission of @unicef_uk we’d like to share this pic and quote :

“The problems in Syria are extremely complex. But the world can’t stand by and watch as children suffer for a third year away from their homes, without safety or access to basics like food, water and medicine. Sometimes change is made, not through one great stride, but through thousands of tiny steps. Please share this video with everyone you know and please do donate anything you can afford, no matter how big or small. UNICEF can then buy blankets, warm clothes, shoes and medicine for children that have fled their homes and are facing a bitterly harsh winter in refugee camps. Know that small steps can make a huge difference. Your help could be life-saving. Thank you.”

Watch the film: ow.ly/rF3yh

#noplacelikehome

Thanks so much!

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Philippines typhoon – “The dead were just lying there.”

Donate to UNICEF’s Philippines typhoon appeal

Together, we’re bringing Syrian children in from the cold

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Since the conflict in Syria began, over one million children have become refugees. As they flee the violence in their country, they’re faced with a freezing cold winter and illnesses like pneumonia and hypothermia are a growing threat.

This month, your £3 gift could help UNICEF distribute warm clothing, shoes, blankets and medicine to Syria’s most vulnerable children. Thank you for supporting this life-saving work.

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With your help, UNICEF is preparing to send clothing kits and blankets to protect children from the cold this winter.

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Thanks to you, we’re delivering life-saving supplies and bringing warmth to Syrian children.

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With your support, we can reach more Syrian children and vulnerable children worldwide.

Thank you.

Stevie Wonder and Vietnamese singing star Crystal campaign with UNICEF for rights for children with disabilities

A child dies every 15 seconds from a preventable waterborne disease

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There are millions of children like five-year-old Majoue all over the world who have no choice but to drink dirty water. As a tragic result, a child dies every 15 seconds from an easily preventable waterborne disease.

Thankfully Majoue’s family, who live in Chad, have received water purification tablets and oral rehydration salts (ORS) from UNICEF.

These simple but effective solutions cost just a few pence a day, but help to protect vulnerable children and families from the effects of dirty water, when they have nothing else to drink.

This month your £3 gift could help UNICEF distribute water purification tablets, ORS and sanitation kits to another family like Majoue’s – and help save children’s lives.

A LIFE-SAVING SOLUTION

Millions of children have no choice but to drink dirty water

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Diarrhoea kills over one million children under five every year

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Oral rehydration salts can prevent up to 93% of deaths from diarrhoea

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With your support, we’re bringing safe water to children all over the world

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