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If children need help, we'll do whatever we can to get there - even if they live in the most conflict-ridden or hard-to-reach places.

Today, UNICEF and the World Food Program started using helicopters and air drops to deliver life-saving supplies to 30,000 people in Akobo, South Sudan. More than 100 volunteers joined in to help. 

Experience what it's like on the front lines by reading our blog: http://bit.ly/1o7K3GD
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Tired of winter weather and ready for your next big trip? Just picture yourself here...

We're inviting you to join us in Peru for a once-in-a-lifetime trip and the opportunity to witness UNICEF’s work first-hand. Visit www.unicef.ca/charitytrek for trip details and sign up today! Deadline to register is April 17th.
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We're fading out our profile picture and timeline cover to voice our outrage for the #childrenofsyria. JOIN US!

On March 15 the conflict will be three-years-old, so for three days - one for each year of violence, suffering, and deprivation - we're fading out. TAKE ACTION with us. Change your profile and cover pic, and add this message: 

"I'm changing my profile picture to mark 3 years of suffering for the #childrenofsyria with UNICEF Canada. Help us spread the word and demand a better future for them: http://bit.ly/nolostgeneration

Instructions here: http://bit.ly/unicefNLG
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March 15th marks the 3 year anniversary of the conflict in Syria, so we're focusing our efforts to ensure there is  #nolostgeneration .

You can help. Read our new report today or sign the petition calling for an end to the violence: http://bit.ly/SrQzY3 #childrenofsyria
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Don't let the #childrenofsyria lose another year to bloodshed and suffering: http://bit.ly/nolostgeneration

Sign our petition to world leaders calling for:
-An end to the violence against Syrian children.
-An end to the blocking of humanitarian aid. 
-An end to attacks on humanitarian workers, schools and hospitals.
-More investment in education and psychological protection for all children affected. 
TAKE ACTION: http://bit.ly/nolostgeneration
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Have you met Safi? This incredible nine-year-old survived a bombing near his house in Syria. “Some of my friends are frightened of me because of the scar on my face and they don’t want to play with me,” says Safi. “But I do have one friend and I love him so much.”

Through it all, Safi remains full of love. One day, he wants to be a doctor to save lives. Read his story on our blog: http://bit.ly/1fF9zsv 
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Bombing. Then, noises in the rubble... 

People dig and dig to discover a small hand. Ghina, 14 months, was buried alive under 1.5 metres of rubble. She opens her eyes, makes a sound, and her father melts in tears. But she does not cry. 

"Now she is recovered," says her father. "But sometimes at night she bursts into tears without reason."

Ghina survived the bombing, but her future is slipping away - unless we ACT NOW. Help innocent children like Ghina by donating (http://bit.ly/unicefsyria), or signing our petition (http://bit.ly/nolostgeneration). #nolostgeneration  
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We're fading out our profile picture and timeline cover to voice our outrage and demand better futures for the #childrenofsyria. JOIN US!

On March 15 the conflict will be three-years-old, so for three days - one for each year of violence, suffering, and deprivation - we're fading out. TAKE ACTION with us. Change your profile and cover pic, and add this message: 

"I'm changing my profile picture to mark 3 years of suffering for the #childrenofsyria with UNICEF Canada. Help us spread the word and demand a better future for them: http://bit.ly/nolostgeneration

Instructions here: http://bit.ly/unicefNLG
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Happy FotoFriday! It's Nap Time for these two baby cousins in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The little one on the left has albinism.

White? Black? African? It shouldn't matter, right? 
What matters is that these children deserve to grow up in a world where all their rights are realized. Share if you agree!

Have a great weekend.
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When an emergency strikes, we need to act FAST to save lives. What happens in the first 48 hours? The first week? Or the first month? 

Discover the Anatomy of a UNICEF Emergency Response. (Download the PDF here: http://bit.ly/1egmvsV)
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