Three months on from first Nepal quake, children still at risk

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© UNICEF/UNI187811/Shrestha Thirteen-year-old Anjali listens to her grandfather Dil Bahadur Darain speak about his son, daughter-in-law and grandson, who died during the April 25 earthquake in Nepal. KATHMANDU, Nepal/ HONG KONG, 25 July 2015 – Three months after Nepal’s April 25 earthquake and its aftershocks, children continue to face multiple risks as their families have […]

In Nepal, escaping an uncertain fate

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A young Nepalese girl about to be taken to India is rescued at the border – one of hundreds who have been saved from trafficking since the devastating 25 April earthquake. KATHMANDU, Nepal/ HONG KONG, 24 July 2015  – Sapana*, 15, still shudders when she thinks of how she was almost tricked into going to […]

Want to innovate paediatric care in Cambodia? Set up a playground in a hospital

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© UNICEF Cambodia/2015/Martina Tomassini Children draw and colour in the playground at Battambang Provincial Hospital. By Martina Tomassini, Communication Officer at UNICEF Cambodia A first-time initiative in Cambodia – “Playgrounds in Hospitals” is helping health care providers, parents and sick children have a better experience during treatment. I spoke with Sedtha Chin, HIV/AIDS Specialist at […]

The children living in Gaza’s rubble

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A young girl and her family remain in their home, a year after it was destroyed in conflict, as reconstruction has barely begun in Gaza, and rebuilding shattered lives will likely take far longer. GAZA, State of Palestine / HONG KONG, 8 July 2015 – For 12-year-old Malak, last year’s 51 days of hostilities are […]