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In numbers: one month on from the Nepal Earthquake, we take a look at how Unicef is reaching children in danger.
For a family in Yemen caught in the midst of conflict, a temporary ceasefire brings relief, but disease and malnutrition remain a serious threat – even more than bombs and bullets.
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A brief pause in fighting in Yemen has allowed Unicef to provide life-saving supplies to children in danger.
Access to quality healthcare for new mothers and babies in Nepal has reached dangerously low levels following the two deadly earthquakes.
Naresh Newar from Unicef Nepal explains how, in the aftermath of two earthquakes, relief packages of soap and toothbrushes could save lives.
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Children in Nepal are facing a huge level of emotional stress as they deal with the devastating consequences of two major earthquakes.
Rupa Joshi of Unicef Nepal tells us about the second earthquake that struck Nepal on May 12.