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9 April 2015
UNICEF New Zealand is inviting young people from across New Zealand to attend the UNICEF NZ Youth Congress in Wellington from July 10-12, 2015. They will join 11 other youth from around New Zealand who are currently UNICEF NZ Youth Ambassadors. Interested attendees are asked to... Read article
2 April 2015
The Philippines is bracing for Super Typhoon Maysak (local name Chedeng) as it enters the country’s... Read article
31 March 2015
UNICEF education assistance to reach 30,000 affected school-aged children in Vanuatu but big challenges remain
As Vanuatu’s schools officially reopen UNICEF and its partners are supporting the Government... Read article
30 March 2015
Children in Vanuatu have this week started to return to school, following the devastating impact of Cyclone... Read article
25 March 2015
UNICEF has revised its international Cyclone Pam humanitarian appeal, announcing on Tuesday that NZD$6.3m... Read article
UNICEF 2014 year in review
Throughout a challenging year, UNICEF's people, programmes and partners have been tirelessly reaching out to improve the lives of children.
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