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UNICEF

United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund, now, United Nation's Children's Fund Global village A part of the United Nations system which has as its primary raison d'etre, helping children living in poverty in developing nations

UNICEF

Acronym for United Nations Children's Fund (formerly United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund). UNICEF is a UN agency responsible for the administration of programmes to improve child and maternal health as well as education.
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(36.) United Nations Children's Fund. Fistula in Niamey, Niger.
Note that Tsunamis is available to school and public libraries at the library rate ($15.95), and all proceeds from 2005 sales are being donated to the United Nations Children's Fund to help children affected by the 2004 tsunami.
* Almatis, Frankfurt, Germany has donated EUR 25,000 Euro (US$ 33,175) to United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).
A report by the United Nations Children's Fund earlier in December revealed that every second child in the world today is blighted by poverty, deprived of such essentials as shelter, education, healthcare and nutritution.
The British medical journal Lancet has sharply criticized the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) for providing condoms for African children and distributing graphic sex education materials in Latin America.
Big CHEQUEBatley Grammar School PE teacher and fashion show organiser Nerys Rollinson hands the money to Louis Coles of Unicef BATLEY Grammar School pupils have raised pounds 1,500 for Unicef - the United Nations children's fund.
Steinway & Sons introduces the Steinway Peace Piano, specifically designed to increase the public's awareness of UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund) and to raise money for children in need through the joy of music.
The United Nations Children's Fund estimates that about 200,000 West African children are trafficked each year; most are taken to Europe or sold into slavery as domestic workers.
The United Nations Children's Fund said Tuesday that it is ''profoundly disturbed'' by news reports that children may have been subjected to abuses in detention centers and prisons across Iraq.
* In Peru, 28 percent of births are not registered, meaning that every year 210,000 children are born without birth certificates and are not considered in government health and education programs, said the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).
While British writers have only recently begun to promote the idea of forging a global social policy, international agencies such as the International Labour Organization, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the World Health organization have been actively engaged in this task for decades.
New York--The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) once had a well-defined, noble mission--to ensure the survival of underprivileged children, particularly those of the Third World.

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