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The UNICEF Aotearoa New Zealand 2020 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, and domestic advocacy. It also details how donations have been spent and provides the financial statements for 2020.