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“What I love about my work is seeing a child who used to be stunted but has now improved,” says UNICEF health worker Paul Maesiala. He travels to remote communities in the Solomon Islands to help save the one in three kids who suffer from stunting.
Meet UNICEF health worker Paul Maesiala. He travels to far-away communities in the Solomon Islands to help save the one in three children who suffer from stunting.
Meet Laticia. Today she had an important visitor, Widyani, a UNICEF midwife who’s been working for 22 years to give Indonesian babies the best start in life. Thanks to a UNICEF-supported app, Widyani has a wealth of vital information at her fingertips to make sure Laticia is growing healthy and strong.
Meet Baby Laticia. She’s getting a checkup at home from a UNICEF-supported midwife who travels around Indonesia to bring essential medical care to newborns in remote villages.