New York (December 16, 2014) – “The horrific, callous killing of more than one hundred children today in Peshawar, Pakistan must do more than shock the conscience of the world—as it will.
It must also summon us, all the more, to support the parents of Pakistan who wish for their children the best possible education—and all those who are working to provide it.
UNICEF extends our heartfelt sympathy to the families of the children who have been lost. We mourn with them.”
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NEW YORK (December 12, 2014) – The future for a generation of children in South Sudan is being stolen by the year-long conflict in the country, which has driven hundreds of thousands of them from their homes, schools and communities. Children have been subjected to violence, malnutrition and disease, UNICEF said today.
This fall, thousands of New Yorkers gathered together in local communities to Trick or Treat for UNICEF, where kids help kids. This fall, hundreds of thousands of children across the United States went door to door, hosted indoor parties, and fundraised online to help the world’s children.
This holiday season, Western Union will match donations to UNICEF via www.unicefusa.org/westernunionsyria to help provide quality education to Syrian children.
NEW YORK (December 8, 2014) – The year 2014 has been one of horror, fear and despair for millions of children, as worsening conflicts across the world saw them exposed to extreme violence and its consequences, forcibly recruited and deliberately targeted by warring groups, UNICEF said today. Yet many crises no longer capture the world’s attention, warned the children’s agency.
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