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Investing in girl’s education, empowers not only the girl but her family and her community. #ForEveryChild, a bright future

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Change has to start somewhere and we believe it begins with YOU, today. Check out our Youth Advocacy Guide by young Africans for young people, to help you create change. Go to 👉👉👉 bio to learn more @unicefafrica #youthareleading #genunlimited #Ethiopia

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#DYK? The Convention on the Rights of the Child turns 30 this year. Article 12 states children have the right to freely express their views. How do you think young people should make their voices heard? Tell us! Using #YouthAreLeading #GenUnlimited

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Learning ☀️ Play✨ Smiles 😄 #ForEveryChild, 💙

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Breastfeeding saves lives. 💙 It is critical during the first six months of a baby’s life, helping prevent infections, diarrhoea and pneumonia. #Foreverychild, a healthy start to life

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#Repost from @unicef with @regram.app ... Happy birthday to our Goodwill Ambassador @PriyankaChopra! Thank you for shining a light on our work to protect refugee and migrant children. #AChildIsAChild © UNICEF/UN0314782/Prinsloo #Ethiopia

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👏 The good news: 86% of the world’s infants are now protected by vaccines. 🚨 The bad: progress has stalled since 2010 and we need to protect 95% of children to prevent outbreaks likes measles. ⛰️The challenge: reach every last child. #VaccinesWork

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This little one is sleeping in his mother's arm while waiting at a UNICEF-supported Health Center in Tigray Region. Every newborn has a right to grow up healthy with quality care. #EveryChildALIVE💙

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#Pressrelease: More than 870,000 children in #Ethiopia miss out on lifesaving vaccines such as measles, diphtheria and tetanus vaccines in 2018 according to new data from @UNICEF and @WHO. #VaccinesWork 👉Link in bio

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Today is #YouthSkills Day! Around the world, millions of young people lack the support they need to acquire skills for work and life. This World Youth Skills Day, we’re calling on the public and private sector to work together to close the skills gap. #WYSD2019 #GenUnlimited

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Every child deserves a #childhood. 💙 if you agree! #ForEveryChild, hope ☀️

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#Ethiopia is implementing social cash transfer approach with the support of partners to improve the lives of vulnerable children. The integrated social protection programme has helped improve the livelihood, maternal and child health and education of 8 million people.

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Since April 2019, #UNICEF supported screening and admission of 110,826 children under the age of five for severe acute malnutrition treatment. #Foreverychild, nutrition #Ethiopia Go to our bio for more information.

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We love this photo!😀💙☀️Help us with a caption. #EarlyMomentsMatter #Fridaymotivation

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Thanks to community dialogues, Nuria's parents did not circumcise her because they understood the health complications caused by FGM. Together, we can #EndFGM! Spread the word!📢📢📢

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Education provides children with an opportunity to realize their full potential and build prosperous futures. The right to learn can’t be taken away. It’s something all children have no matter who they are, where they live or how much their parents earn. #ForEveryChild #CRC30

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Hope. Love. Protection. #ForEveryChild 💙

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This week, #Ethiopia launched the revised National Guideline for management of Acute Malnutrition. The guideline will improve early detection leading to timely treatment and better nutrition for children. #ForEveryChild, nutrition #EarlyMomentsMatter

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This little one is waiting for a check-up at a UNICEF-supported mobile health and nutrition site in #Afar region. Giving children health care is more than an act of kindness - it's a binding promise under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. #ForEveryChild, the right to survive

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#ForEveryChild, Friendship #Happyweekend

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“I came to the camp when I was 11 years old. My family and I walked for over 6 hrs overnight through Mereb River from Mayne, Eritrea. I am a member of WASH Club in school and I teach my community about environmental and personal hygiene.” Harerta Baraki, 13, 6th grade student at Hitsats Refugee Primary School, Tigray Region #WithRefugees #Achildisachild For more stories go to link in bio.

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For millions of children, travel is not a choice. This #WorldRefugeeDay, and every day, we stand #WithRefugees. #AChildIsAChild #Ethiopia Link in bio for photos showing the lives of refugee girls.

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Play is love. Simple games help you bond while boosting your baby's brain. #EarlyMomentsMatter 💙🌟 #MondayMotivation #Ethiopia

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Conflict and disasters are often in the headlines. But what can be overlooked is the impact on children’s education. Without #SafeSchools, future generations will reach adulthood without the basic skills they need. #ChildrenUnderAttack

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Unacceptable: 40% of young women are married before their 18th birthday and #Ethiopia is home to 15 million child brides, of whom 6 million are below the age of 15. #EndChildMarriage

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Equal opportunities for education to both host and refugee children in #Ethiopia, where both refugee and host children can learn together in government-run schools overseen by the Ministry of Education. #ForEveryChild Equal Opportunity

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In February 2019, UNICEF completed the rehabilitation of 48 water schemes benefiting 114,200 people in the Oromia Region including #IDPs. #Ethiopia https://uni.cf/2KuH7Er

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In 2018, we supported the production of more than 3 million Mother and Child Health Cards to link birth notification and registration through the Extended Programme of Immunization #EPI #Ethiopia

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Saabirim Barre Hassan, 16, (L) shares a laugh with her best friend Somali refugee student Sawera Mohammed Adam, 19, at host community secondary school classroom in the Somali Region of #Ethiopia. #AchildIsAchild

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Being a parent is the most important job in the world, yet too many parents are denied the time and resources they need to give their children the best start in life. 🏆 Tap the link in our bio to tell us what will give you more time with your child. #EarlyMomentsMatter

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“It was amazing to walk into classrooms packed with students eager to learn. So long as children have access to an education, there is hope." @priyankachopra during her visit to #UNICEF supported schools in refugee camps in #Ethiopia

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“I like the games. My favorite is volleyball. Favorite subject is English” Ayni Abdirizak, 11 years old, grade 4 playing volleyball with her sister Halwo at at Hiloweyn Primary School, Somali region #Ethiopia. #AchildisAchild

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Simon, a refugee from Eritrea, shows his football skills to @priyankachopra. From 20-24 May 2019, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka Chopra Jonas visited #Ethiopia to meet refugee children fleeing conflict and humanitarian crises.

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Boys, what do you know about menstruation? Daniel and Solomon are members of Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) club. MHM education in their school helped them to know more about menstruation and how to be supportive of girls. #MenstruationMatters #MHDay2019

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#Repost from @priyankachopra with @regram.app ... “My grandmother, who helped me grow even though she had nothing, she did everything she could to send me to school and for me to reach here. I haven’t been able to support her at all and I left her all by herself in Eritrea,” said Simon 16, who arrived in Ethiopia as an unaccompanied minor seeking asylum when he was 14. He never knew his parents. Eritrean refugees account for the one of the largest groups of refugees in Ethiopia, with more than 2,400 being unaccompanied minors. Simon made the journey alone and had to sleep at the border that night. Then, he stayed at the registration center for 2 months before they moved him to the Hitsats Refugee Camp...he’s been there for 2 years and 3 months now, and “life is really good compared to where I was,” he told me. I couldn’t imagine what it was like before. Today, he’s thriving and learning, in the process of getting his refugee status paperwork (which you can only get after 16 hence the delay), with plans to go to university, and the hope of changing his life so he can support his grandmother the way she so selflessly supported him. On top of this, he’s insanely talented - he’s the captain of the football team, a dancer, and a runner. Who knows where his future could take him with a little help. @unicef @unicefethiopia #childrenuprooted #achildisachild Photo credit: @karelprinsloo

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#Repost from @priyankachopra with @regram.app ... Awetash, 6 months, has been in the Stabilization Center since she was 2 months old - she weighed 2.2KG (4.4 Lbs.) Her mother, Alamauou, 28, delivered the baby prematurely due to her own malnutrition, and as a result, was unable to produce breast milk. Awetash’s eyes looking at me bore a hole in my mind. The thought of any child in the world starving is truly against nature. But since she’s consistently being monitored and fed at the health center, she’s been making great progress and she’s eating highly nutritious therapeutic food to gain weight and energy. Selam Haile, 30, visits the Nutrition Screening Center at the Tselemti woreda refugee camp every week with her daughter Rahwat Afewerki, 10 months. When she started visiting the Center, Rahwat was 6 months and malnourished, but in the past 4 month her health and weight has improved significantly. These are just a few success stories of how these health and nutrition centers help children get the nourishment they need, so that they have the energy to learn, grow, and develop like other children their age. There is inadequate awareness within the community around nutrition, but @unicef and Community Health Workers like Senait Woldegebreil, a refugee who volunteers and goes door to door, are educating new mothers on the importance of nutrition, the signs of malnourishment and proper feeding practices. #achildisachild #childrenuprooted

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#Repost from @priyankachopra with @regram.app ... At the Bambasi Refugee Camp Primary School there is a shortage of trained teachers, with one teacher for every 89 students. This second grade class is taught by Hubahiro, she is a refugee child who is an 8th grade student at the school...she teaches grades 1-4 in the morning, and in the afternoon attends school to continue her education. Like her mother, who is also a refugee and teacher at the school, she earns a small stipend. When I first met the kids they were extremely introverted and timid. It took a lot of tickles and cuddles to get them to interact with me. Thank you Hubahiro for translating and helping the kids understand that I was a friend. @unicef @unicefethiopia #childrenuprooted

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#Repost from @priyankachopra with @regram.app ... Absolutely nothing better than hugs from kids 🇪🇹 @unicef @unicefethiopia #achildisachild #Foreverychild

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#Repost from @priyankachopra with @regram.app ... Day 1: Dagmawit and her friends are leading members of the Gender Club, a @unicef supported program that empowers girls and boys. The Gender Clubs deliver relevant knowledge and skills to help the students combat harmful social practices, like gender based violence, child marriage, and sexual violence. It’s was amazing to see these brave girls take on and tackle such difficult issues and create an environment where they can teach their own peers. I’m inspired. @unicefethiopia #achildisachild #Foreverychild

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#ForEveryChild, a bright future 💙💙💙 #FridayMotivation

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Peace. Hope. Love. #ForEveryChild 💙💙💙

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Play-based learning helps children become collaborative, creative and curious. #ForEveryChild, learning through play

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We are happy to see this newborn being cared for and recovering at a UNICEF-supported Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Dolomena General Hospital, Oromia region. #ForEveryChild, access to healthcare #EveryChildALIVE

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Education provides children with an opportunity to realize their full potential and build prosperous futures. #MondayMotivation #ForEveryChild, an opportunity to learn

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Every. Single. Girl. Has. The. Right. To. Have. Every. Skill. Available. To. Succeed. #ForEveryChild, an opportunity

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With every hug and every kiss, with every nutritious meal and game you play, you’re helping to build your baby’s brain. #EarlyMomentsMatter #ForEveryChild, a best start in life☀️☀️☀️

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Education. Protection. Hope. #ForEveryChild, a bright future 💙💙💙 #TuesdayMotivation

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One-day-old Musa Mohammed is administered an Oral Polio vaccine at a UNICEF-supported health center in Benishangul-Gumuz region, Ethiopia. Vaccines save millions of lives every year. #VaccinesWork #EndPolio #MondayMotivation

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It's #WorldWaterDay! #ForEveryChild, access to clean and safe water. #LeavingNoOneBehind

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Press release: Embassy of Japan gives UNICEF Ethiopia US$ 2.5 million to meet the water, sanitation, and hygiene needs of internally displaced populations. #WorldWaterDay #ForEveryChild, access to clean water #Ethiopia 👇 Link in bio