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Malnutrition is still a massive problem. Children, dangerously, are at a greater risk. But, together, we can make a difference. https://t.co/v9KuMmV3Hw https://t.co/oH6KQVwhqGView Tweet
@unicefaustralia Agreed!!! Let’s finish this.View Tweet
Amazing news! Since 1988, wild polio cases have been reduced by over 99% – down to a historic low of just 22 cases in 2017! We celebrate this today on #WorldPolioDay! https://t.co/uMvPJbhqneView Tweet
We this photo of Mums and babies at a #breastfeeding celebration in #Ethiopia. #ForEveryChild, a healthy.View Tweet
The Taliauli children from 'Eua, #Tonga, standing in front of a tree knocked over by #CycloneGita. Getting kids back into education is key. Unicef is there to help ChildView Tweet
The world has failed the #children of #Syria many times. The world cannot keep failing Syria's children.View Tweet