As Mali continues to recover from the effects of a violent rebellion, UNICEF and the European Union are supporting efforts to treat and prevent malnutrition. GAO, Mali, 5 August 2014 – Thirteen-month-old Al Matar sits on a bed in the pediatric ward at Gao Central Hospital eating from a packet of Plumpy’nut, a ready-to-eat therapeutic food. The sticky, peanut-based paste is all over his fingers and smiling face. Matar Sit, Al Matar, Central Hospitals, Smiling Faces, Smile Faces, Gao Central
A girl in Guinea - Bissau, one of the world’s poorest countries. To achieve equity for all children, current global, social and economic disparities that deprive children of the right to reach their full potential must be redressed
A boy sits in the dormitory of the UNICEF-supported Centre de Transit et Orientation (CTO), a shelter and reintegration centre for recently demobilized child soldiers, in the eastern town of Goma, capital of North Kivu Province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The CTO provides medical and psychosocial care, as well as family tracing and reunification services. Nationwide, over 33,000 child soldiers remain active. --- 2005 © UNICEF/Roger LeMoyne www.unicef.org
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Help Children | Humanitarian Aid & Emergency Relief This is the main picture on the home page for UNICEF.com. There are caption below on the website that urge people to donate, and help vaccinate a child in Africa. UNICEF makes the world better for kids, and as you enter their website, you are immersed in emotional pictures of small children in pain. UNICEF urge the community to reach out, and help those in need. UNICEF provides multiple links to click on to get started and donate money.
Building new toilet blocks at Zaatari refugee camp, Jordan by Oxfam International, via Flickr. The UN estimates more than 500,000 refugees from the conflict in Syria need shelter, food, water, and medical care. Latest on Oxfam's aid delivery: www.oxfam.org/...