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“I want to be a midwife, so I can help pregnant women.” Fatima, 11, attends a UNICEF-supported school in Borno State, Nigeria. #ChildrenUnderAttack 

“I used to love school,” Hussaini, 14. After his school was destroyed by violence in Burkina Faso, Hussaini has been given a new chance to learn through a UNICEF-supported radio learning project. #ChildrenUnderAttack 

“Many babies have lost their mothers and need our love.” Joniste cares for babies at risk or orphaned by Ebola at a UNICEF-supported nursery in Butembo, DR Congo. @UNICEFDRC 

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Mahir, 23, lives in Shekan Camp for the internally displaced in Iraq. Mahir is a role model in his community & attends a UNICEF-supported life skills & citizenship education program. Watch the video for more. #Transformingeducation  @CanadaDev  @GermanyDiplo 

In any health emergency, preparation is key. Simulations are helping government officials and UNICEF-supported health workers prepare should Ebola cross from DRC into Rwanda.

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Markets. Mosques. Churches. UNICEF-supported community outreach workers are spreading the word on how to stay safe from Ebola in Yei, South Sudan. @unicefssudan 

“It’s a difficult time for me, but caring for babies gives me purpose in life.” Kasereka lost his son, mother and wife to Ebola. He’s now looking after children affected by the virus at a UNICEF-supported nursery in Butembo, DR Congo.

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These women are going door-to-door to help raise awareness on how to spot and prevent Ebola in Butembo, DR Congo. UNICEF-supported groups like this are vital for building trust and preventing further outbreaks.

They have come from different countries, and for different reasons, but they share one dream: they all want to start a new life. In Italy, a UNICEF-supported initiative is helping migrant teens launch their ideas as innovative startups.

“Only education will make us stronger.” Wa’ed, 16, attends a UNICEF-supported school and training centre in a refugee camp in Jordan. This #YouthDay , and every day, we’re building hope and opportunity for young people around the world. #GenUnlimited 

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A classroom made out of recycled plastic! The bricks, produced in a UNICEF-supported factory, will help build over 500 classrooms for 25,000 children in Côte d'Ivoire.

Our Goodwill Ambassador Orlando Bloom meets Logina and her mother Sonia at a UNICEF-supported camp for displaced people in Beira, Mozambique. Over 1.1 million children have lost their homes, schools and belongings in the aftermath of tropical #CycloneIdai  and #CycloneKenneth .

This premature baby's first precious moments in Cote d’Ivoire. She’s being kept warm with a skin-to-skin technique known as kangaroo care at a UNICEF-supported hospital. 💙 #EveryChildALIVE 

This premature baby's first precious moments in Cote d’Ivoire. She’s being kept warm with a skin-to-skin technique known as kangaroo care at a UNICEF-supported hospital. 💙 #EveryChildALIVE 

“I want to become an engineer to help rebuild my city,” says Aysha, 8, who attends a UNICEF-supported primary school in Mosul, #Iraq . #ChildrenUnderAttack 

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An estimated 12 million girls under 18 are married each year. UNICEF-supported committees are working to #ENDChildMarriage  in Rohingya refugee camps.

Eat. Sleep. Smile. Repeat. Baby Youssouf at a UNICEF-supported health centre in Mali. #EveryChildALIVE 

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This little cutie is one of the world’s first babies of 2018! She was born at a UNICEF-supported hospital in Fiji at 1.44am, weighing in at 3.3kg. Join us in welcoming her into the world! #ForEveryChild , #HappyNewYear 

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