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Photos: Myanmar flood
UNICEF staff assesses the needs of children and families in Lai Nyin Tha village, Mrauk U township, one of the worst-hit areas in Rakhine State. ©UNICEF Myanamr/2015/Than Tin Myanmar has been suffering damaging floods following weeks of heavy rains, with ra...

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Weaving together communities and understanding
Sahoko, centre, with her parents at the first international conference on special education. © UNICEF EAPRO/2015/Hyungjeong Lee Sahoko Kotake, a talented 24-year old born with Down syndrome, spent most of her schooling years in public school. The reason why...

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Bathrooms on the move: supporting innovation in Asia-Pacific
Ulziichimeg, 6, is one of the 'reindeer people' who live in Mongolia’s Khuvsgul province © UNICEF/UNI180628/Brake Innovation is one of the key ways in which UNICEF accelerates progress for children. We have defined innovation as “doing something new or diff...

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Progress for children: big accomplishments but still too many left behind
More children have access to clean water than ever before,   but many still miss out, particularly the poorest © UNICEF/NYHQ2015-0950/Noorani Nearly 15 years ago, the global community rallied behind eight goals in the hopes of building a better and more pro...

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Learning to smile again after Cyclone Pam
Three-year-old Rachel just a day after Category 5 Tropical Cyclone Pam devastated Vanuatu., and three months on. © UNICEF PACIFIC/2015/McGarry  We first met three-year-old Rachel just a day after Category 5 Tropical Cyclone Pam devastated Vanuatu. Three m...

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Learning to smile again after Cyclone Pam
Three-year-old Rachel just a day after Category 5 Tropical Cyclone Pam devastated Vanuatu., and three months on. © UNICEF PACIFIC/2015/McGarry  We first met three-year-old Rachel just a day after Category 5 Tropical Cyclone Pam devastated Vanuatu. Three m...

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Cyclone-affected family prioritises their children’s education
Mother Nuku with her daughter Evelyn, who has received school supplies from UNICEF © UNICEF Pacific/2015/Sokhin  It took mother of four, Nuku Kilorie and her family 20 terrifying minutes to reach safety when Category 5 Tropical Cyclone Pam struck Vanuatu, c...

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Cyclone Pam affects everyone in the family
L-R. Joyleen, Nathan and Lawrence in the health clinic where they sheltered from Cyclone Pam with five other families. © UNICEF/2015/Sohkin Joyleen comforts her four-year-old brother Nathan in a health centre after his measles vaccination. With UNICEF suppo...

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Super Cyclone Pam: Voices of children
82,000 children in Vanuatu are in need of assistance © UNICEF Pacific/2015/McGarry Cyclone Pam was a terrifying experience for thousands of people in Vanuatu and has left around 82,000 children in need of humanitarian assistance. We spoke to some children t...

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Super Cyclone Pam: Water relief to days-old Jeremiah
Liza's contraction started during Cyclone Pam, a month early. Her newborn son was born into a community heavily damaged by the storm, and without water. © UNICEF Pacific/2015/McGarry Cyclone
Pam was a terrifying ordeal for thousands of people and no more s...
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