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23 million children missed out on basic childhood vaccines through routine health services in 2020, the highest number since 2009 and 3.7 million more than in 2019Read More
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On the eve of the re-opening of school, UNICEF calls for urgent action to protect schools from vandalism and urges ongoi...
Young people, women and those living with a disability the most affected by poor mental health
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A new UNESCO, UNICEF, World Bank and OECD report documents education responses to COVID-19 in 142 countries
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