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Syria and the region: Preparing for winter UNICEF Supply response

Temperatures in the region are falling fast. The winter months in Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, and Turkey (from mid-October through March) are already seeing a steep drop in temperatures. In many parts of the sub-region, the temperatures fall below zero and are accompanied by wind, rain, and occasional snowfall. Winter is a particularly difficult and dangerous time for infants and children. UNICEF estimates that at least 75,000 children require immediate provision of warm clothes and blankets. Many children continue to live in shelters that are not protected from the elements. UNICEF is urgently mobilising children’s clothing kits and blankets, including baby blankets, along with other winter supplies from around the region and internationally. UNICEF Syria is planning on providing 300,000 beneficiaries with a winterisation package which includes winter clothes for children, sleeping mats, blankets, plastic sheeting, hygiene kits and cooking sets.
Uploaded by supplydivision on 11/27/2012
Digital publication details: 1 page.

UNICEF Mozambique Annual Report 2012

The 2012 Annual Report from UNICEF Mozambique.
Uploaded by andrefauvelle on 02/27/2013
Digital publication details: 25 pages.

UNICEF Globe - Edition 1

Global Parents update - UNICEF Global - Edition 1
Uploaded by unicefaustralia on 10/10/2011
Digital publication details: 4 pages.

Unicef Information Kit 20120-2016

Unicef Jamaica Information Kit 20120-2016
Uploaded by kraasdesigns on 05/28/2012
Digital publication details: 9 pages.

Unicef Information Kit 2012-2016

Unicef Jamaica Information Kit 2012-2016
Uploaded by kraasdesigns on 05/28/2012
Digital publication details: 22 pages.

UNICEF Annual Report 2010

Annual Report 2010 highlights UNICEF’s contributions to achieving the MDGs in 2010 by providing assistance towards improving children’s health, expanding access to quality education and protecting children’s rights in more than 150 countries and territories, including in places of crisis. The report emphasizes how UNICEF is reorienting its programming to more closely target and meet the rights and needs of the most deprived and marginalized children to achieve greater progress with equity.
Uploaded by unicef-tacro on 06/20/2011
Digital publication details: 56 pages.

Unicef Annual Report 2010

2010 was a pivotal year for UNICEF, as we began to deepen our traditional focus on reaching the most vulnerable children.The year made the urgency of that renewed focus clear, again and again – most extremely in Haiti and Pakistan. All emergencies and crises put children at greater risk of exploitation and abuse, and disadvantaged children even more so.
Uploaded by stevebutton on 06/28/2011
Digital publication details: 56 pages.

UNICEF Guidance Note on intercountry adoption (ICA) in the CEECIS region

This Guidance Note issued by the UNICEF Regional Office for CEE/CIS (Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth ofIndependent States) is primarily designed to assist UNICEF offices in the region in dealing with policy and practice issues regarding intercountry adoption (ICA) that have proved to be of special importance in the region.
Uploaded by unicefceecis on 10/09/2011
Digital publication details: 40 pages.
Tags: unicef · adoption · ceecis

UNICEF Supply & the private sector

UNICEF works closely with multinational corporations, national companies and small- to medium-sized businesses, leveraging the strengths of the corporate sector on behalf of the world’s children. When a company supports the work of UNICEF it not only helps the world’s children, but can also strengthen its corporate image, demonstrate its commitment to social responsibility, bolster employee morale, and promote positive customer relations.
Uploaded by supplydivision on 07/13/2011
Digital publication details: 16 pages.

UNICEF South Africa Annual Report 2008

Annual report for UNICEF South Africa. Should you wish to make use of any of this material, please contact UNICEF South Africa.
Uploaded by handmade on 09/06/2009
Digital publication details: 40 pages.
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