UNICEF - ENGL100

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UNICEF

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United Nation’s Children’s Fund

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What is UNICEF?

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The UNICEF Philippines is one of over 190 national offices of the United Nations Children’s Fund . UNICEF International was created in 1946 to provide food, clothing and health care to children in Europe after the Second World War. It also advocates for political change in support of children, and works with partner organizations from the public, charity and private sectors, to effect change.

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There were LOTS of THINGS that UNICEF ADVOCATES … Education Health and Nutrition Child Protection Natural Disasters Child–Friendly Cities HIV/AIDS

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Education

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Supporting policy makers in developing national standards to improve the quality of early learning programs . The organization helped develop the Student Tracking System to monitor children’s progress, especially those at risk of dropping out. It is supporting the Department of Education in improving education in disadvantaged areas, including through the Modified In-School/Off-School Approach (MISOSA), which tackles the problem of large class sizes and congestion in schools.

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Providing packages for day care centers, including play and learning materials, health and nutrition supplies and hygiene kits. In association with the Department of Education (Philippines) , UNICEF has established a network of Child-Friendly primary schools and is now piloting the program in high schools. This includes training for teachers and principals on child-friendly teaching methods.

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Works to ACHIEVE quality education for ALL children in every country.

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Health and Nutrition Promoting the culture of breastfeeding in the Philippines. The organization has established public breastfeeding rooms and breastfeeding community support groups throughout the country. It supports the Department of Health (Philippines) in enforcing the Philippine Milk Code, which bans the advertising of breast milk substitutes, and trains health care workers on appropriate infant and young child feeding. Helps address preventable diseases and malnutrition among young children. The organization provides vaccines, cold chain equipment and syringes for the Expanded Program on Immunization. [10] It supports Child Health Days, a yearly campaign to deliver immunization, de-worming and vitamin A supplements to children in impoverished areas.

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Child Protection provide a safe and protective environment for vulnerable children, including victims of abuse, exploitation and violence, by educating families and protecting children through rescue and recovery services. UNICEF develops and strengthens child protection networks at the community, local and national levels. The organization also supports the establishment of Child Protection Units and specialised courts to help the victims of child exploitation and abuse. NICEF has lobbied successfully for the passage of several major laws to protect children’s rights, including the Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act and the Anti-Child Pornography Act of 2009 , which penalizes anyone who produces, distributes or assists in the promotion or transmission of child pornography, including through online media. Other UNICEF services for vulnerable children include access to education, life skills training, vocational training, HIV and AIDS prevention, health services and psychosocial interventions. The organization also helps train professionals working with children in child protection

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Natural disasters Respond rapidly when a natural disaster or humanitarian emergency occurs. The first aid usually arrives within 48 hours and emergency specialists assess the immediate needs of women and children. In the longer term, UNICEF works to improve conditions for children and promote their rehabilitation.

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Child-friendly cities In the late 1990s, UNICEF helped establish a child-friendly cities programme in the Philippines. The initiative aims to promote children’s rights at every level, including the family, community, city and regional level. Since 1998, the government has been giving ‘Presidential Awards’ for child-friendly cities and municipalities .

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Be a part of UNICEF !!

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you may contact UNICEF Philippines: Email manila@unicef.org Visitors' address UNICEF 31 F Yuchengco Tower, RCBC Plaza 6819 Ayala Avenue 1200 Makati City, Philippines Country Web Site: http://www.unicef.org/philippines/

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You may donate by: Signing in Forms ONLINE ! http:// unicef.payeasy.ph / You may donatePhp 20.00 everyday. It may help thousands of children. UNICEF Champions for CHILDREN

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Created by: Cheska Princena Dyananora Arzobal

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