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The UNICEF New Zealand 2018 Annual Report highlights the impact for children we were able to achieve thanks to our donors, partners and supporters.The report includes details on our programmes in the Pacific, support for international emergencies, domestic advocacy, how the donations have been spent and the financial statements from 2018.
Are we doing enough to protect the health, environment and futures of our Kiwi kids? The latest @WHO , @UNICEF , @TheLancet report says NO. Children have a right to be protected. #FutureChild https://t.co/18Zpw9TZyI https://t.co/wH2V3s10a2View Tweet
No single country is providing children with a healthy life and a climate fit for their future: finding from landmark report convened by @WHO, @unicef & @TheLancet calling for a new global movement driven by and for children #FutureChild https://t.co/5qZwL2w5YT https://t.co/9cL0Nc8cseView Tweet
Duolingo has more than 300 million users around the world, largely learning languages like English, Spanish or French. But in recent years the company has been working to help revive native languages, and te reo Māori is next. https://t.co/OtfdzYefnbView Tweet