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Infographic: $1.80 Can Save a Child from Tetanus

— Tetanus is an excruciating disease that kills one newborn every nine minutes. Yet it’s easy — and cheap — to prevent. Since 1999, UNICEF and its partners have immunized more than 118 million women in 50 countries against, and have eliminated the disease in 34 countries. What will you do with $1.80?

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Infographic: Vaccines Work

— This World Immunization Week, UNICEF is highlighting one of the most cost-effective public health investments — vaccines. Vaccines have helped to cut child deaths in half over the last two decades. Yet today, 1.5 million children under five still die every year from diseases that could have been prevented by vaccines. Learn more in this […]

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Infographic: Syria’s Children Under Siege

— Three years of conflict have turned Syria into one of the most dangerous places on earth to be a child. Learn more in this infographic. Click on the image to enlarge.

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Infographic: World Water Crisis

— Most of us take clean water for granted, but for 768 million people around the world, it’s a luxury. Learn more in this infographic. Click on the image to enlarge. This March, the UNICEF Tap Project is challenging you put down your phone to help provide clean water, sanitation and hygiene to children in need. […]

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Infographic: A Global Look at Human Trafficking

— Throughout January, Human Trafficking Awareness Month, FieldNotes and the End Trafficking project are running a series of posts on child trafficking. Human trafficking is a widespread — and extremely profitable — crime. Generating an estimated $32 billion in profits, human trafficking involves 21 million victims — 5.5 million of them children. Learn more about human […]

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Infographic: Education Crisis in Syria

A boy writes in class at a UNICEF-supported school in Za’atari camp for Syrian refugees, Jordan. © UNICEF/Jordan-2013/Noorani.

— Syria was a leader in basic education in the region before the crisis began in 2011: an estimated 97% of primary school-age children were enrolled in school. Today, more than half of school-aged children in Syria are out of school. A recent report by UNICEF and partners highlights how severely the conflict has damaged education, […]

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