Photo essay calendar unicef 2018

Get organized and ready for a new year with this easy DIY desk calendar and free printable 2018 calendar featuring watercolor art and a yearataglance.

Also doubles as an easy photo display for your favorite snapshots. Each month in this 2018 calendar features a delightful illustration of children around the world engaging together in pure joyjust as all children do.

The purchase of this delightful 12month calendar helps fund UNICEF's lifesaving work around the world. World Immunization Week 2018. Vaccines save an estimated 23 million lives every year. Photo essay: It hurts but it works! SEE THE STORY. Article: How solar power fridges save lives in South Sudan Unicef default logo. Page. Every Child ALIVE. Learn more about UNICEFs campaign for newborn survival. On 15th February 2018, a 60yearold man was identified at the entry point in Sebagoro landing site, Kabwoya sub county, Hoima district presenting with vomiting, fever and acute watery diarrhea.

On the same day, a total of three deaths were also reported with similar signs and symptoms. Ten stool SwiftGlimpse Large 24" x 36" Erasable Laminated 2018 Wall Calendar Poster, 2Sided HorizontalVertical Reversible, 12 Month Yearly Annual Planner wFree Wet Erase Marker 17 August 2018. JeanPierre Masuku, UNICEFs Ebola Outreach Officer in North Kivu in The Democratic Republic of the Congo, discusses Ebola prevention with a girl in Ebolaaffected Beni.

Photo Essay. Rohingya refugee children face an uncertain future. Photo essay: Rural women, human rights Share Print. Date: 22 February 2018 She is a rural woman who works from daybreak until sundown and often beyond. She may run a small business or cultivate a field or both to support her family. Long hours are spent collecting water and fuel, and preparing food.

Photo: UNICEFAndrew Heavens Plan Ahead Stay in the loop of all UNICEF Club happenings and activations yearround with our UNICEF Clubs Calendar! Yearlong Calendar Stopping polio at the border Protecting refugees, returnees and other travelers from the poliovirus is a fulltime job along the AfghanistanPakistan border.



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