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A growing, UNICEF-supported campaign in Mali is helping to protect a new generation of young girls by raising awareness of the dangers of female genital mutilation.
On International Women's Day, UNICEF UK's David Bull reflects on the vital role of women in development - as role models, leaders and mothers.
This weekend, Team UNICEF runners brought their never-say-die attitude and dedication to the streets of Bath for one of the UK's most enduring city half marathons. Here's how the day unfolded.
It's Mother's Day this week. I know I'm biased but I think that my mum is the best. When I asked her to explain why she thought other mums (and their offspring) should support UNICEF, here's what what she wrote.
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