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Help children all around the world survive and thrive, no matter where they are. When you set up a regular donation, you become part of our long-term commitment to keeping the world’s most vulnerable children safe.
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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.
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You can make sure every child has food in their tummy by making an urgent donation to #FoodForKiwiFamilies Go to https://t.co/MeMYwTjf0O to help a vulnerable Kiwi family near you today. https://t.co/mhSA6TCCXPView Tweet