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UNICEF Canada

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  • Syrian refugee children in Lebanon: Jomaa

    Jomaa, 14, isn’t going to school because he is the breadwinner of his family. He misses playing with his cousin Haday who’s back in Syria and has now been married to Jomaa’s brother. Visit our website: http://www.unicef.ca Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-Canada On Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNICEFLive On Instagram: https://instagram.com/unicefcanada/ On Pin...

  • Syrian refugee children in Lebanon: Mariam

    Mariam, 11, is going to school because she wants to be Minister of Health when she grows up. She wishes her brother, Ahmad, could join her at school but he hasn’t been able to so far because he’s working, trying to provide for the family. Visit our website: http://www.unicef.ca Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-Canada On Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNICEFLive ...

  • Syrian refugee children in Lebanon: Sarah

    Sara, 15, has taken matters into her own hands. Since she’s not going to school in Lebanon, having to watch her younger siblings, she has downloaded a language app to keep studying foreign languages. Visit our website: http://www.unicef.ca Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-Canada On Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNICEFLive On Instagram: https://instagram.com/uni...

  • Syrian refugee children in Lebanon: Mohamad

    Mohamad, 15, lives in an informal settlement in the Bekaa valley in Lebanon. Mohamad is not going to school. Him and his father work in a cement factory to provide for the family of nine. Visit our website: http://www.unicef.ca Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-Canada On Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNICEFLive On Instagram: https://instagram.com/unicefcanada/ O...

  • Syrian refugee children in Lebanon: Ranim

    Ranim, 15, dreams of becoming a chef. She has been out of school for five years and once she registered earlier this year, she was forced to drop out shortly after when her family moved to a new area. Visit our website: http://www.unicef.ca Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-Canada On Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNICEFLive On Instagram: https://instagram.com/un...

  • Syrian refugee children in Lebanon: Yamen

    Yamen, 10, was about to have his first class photo taken in Syria when the war broke out and he stopped going to school. Four years later, he had a class photo taken, in the informal settlement in the Bekaa valley in Lebanon where he now lives. Yamen is currently going to a Lebanese public school. Visit our website: http://www.unicef.ca Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.c...

  • Syrian refugee children in Lebanon: Sidra

    Sidra, 10, says there is no place for her in school in Lebanon. She’d like to become a teacher once she grows up. Sidra quite going to school because she was subjected to violence. Visit our website: http://www.unicef.ca Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-Canada On Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNICEFLive On Instagram: https://instagram.com/unicefcanada/ On Pinte...

  • Syrian refugee children in Lebanon: Abeer

    Abeer, 13, lives in an informal settlement in the Bekaa valley in Lebanon. She is currently not going to school because her parents don’t think it’s safe for her to walk back home to the camp from school late in the afternoon. Visit our website: http://www.unicef.ca Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-Canada On Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNICEFLive On Instagram...

  • Syrian refugee children in Lebanon: Ali

    Ali, 13, has had difficulties learning to read and write again, after witnessing an attack on his school in Syria in which two of his friends died. He is currently going to school in Lebanon, the country that has been his home for the past five years. Visit our website: http://www.unicef.ca Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-Canada On Twitter: https://twitter.co...

  • Syrian refugee children in Lebanon: Aya

    Aya, 13, misses her school in Syria and thinks there are limited possibilites for school aged Syrian children in Lebanon. She is currently going to school close to the informal settlement where she lives, in the Bekaa valley in Lebanon. Visit our website: http://www.unicef.ca Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-Canada On Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNICEFLive On...

  • Syrian refugee children in Lebanon: Faysal

    Faysal, 11, isn’t going to school at the moment. Instead, he helps his dad feed the cows and milk, as well as working in the fields of the landlord where his family lives, in the Bekaa valley in Lebanon. Visit our website: http://www.unicef.ca Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-Canada On Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNICEFLive On Instagram: https://instagram.com...

  • Syrian refugee children in Lebanon: Hanadi

    Hanadi, 13, has seen two of her sisters being married away before they finished their education. For herself, she imagines a different future. Hanadi is currently going to a Lebanese public school. Visit our website: http://www.unicef.ca Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-Canada On Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNICEFLive On Instagram: https://instagram.com/unice...

  • Syrian refugee children in Lebanon: Dyana

    Dyana, 13, has never been to school. She spends her days working in the field and after she gets home she has to watch her youngers siblings and help her mother. Dyana is illiterate but would like to learn how to read and write. Visit our website: http://www.unicef.ca Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-Canada On Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNICEFLive On Instagra...

  • Syrian refugee children in Lebanon: Fares

    Fares, 6, has never been to school but he’s had many different jobs despite his young age. He lives in an informal settlement in the Bekaa valley in Lebanon. He’s waited tables, sold vegatables and sweets and washed floors. Visit our website: http://www.unicef.ca Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-Canada On Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNICEFLive On Instagram: ht...

  • Syrian refugee children in Lebanon: Maher

    Maher, 14, lives with his family in an informal settlement in Lebanon. Although he initially had trouble adapting and fitting in, in his new Lebanese public school, he is now doing well and even likes shcool here more than his old school in Syria. Visit our website: http://www.unicef.ca Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-Canada On Twitter: https://twitter.com/UN...

UNICEF Canada

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UNICEF Canada

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UNICEF Canada

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UNICEF Canada

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UNICEF Canada

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UNICEF Canada

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  • L’UNICEF a 70 ans : de l’espoir pour chaque enfant

    L’UNICEF a été créé il y a 70 ans afin d’apporter une aide essentielle, un soutien à long terme et de l’espoir aux enfants dont la vie et l’avenir sont menacés par des conflits, des situations de crise, la pauvreté et, de plus en plus, par les effets des changements climatiques. La mission de l’UNICEF en faveur des enfants les plus défavorisés, exclus et vulnérables n’a jamais été aussi pertinente...

  • 70-years of bringing hope: UNICEF

    Are YOU ready to bring HOPE in 2017? Donate to UNICEF: http://www.unicef.ca Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-Canada On Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNICEFLive On Instagram: https://instagram.com/unicefcanada/ On Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/unicefcanada/

UNICEF Canada

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  • 2016: A Year in Syria

    2016 was the worst year for children in Syria filled with terror, unsafe living conditions and limited or no access to water. But amid the bleak situation there were remarkable stories of hope: Syria remained polio free thanks to sustained immunization campaigns, vital aid reached hundreds of thousands of children and more learning opportunities were created. Donate to the #childrenofSyria: http...

UNICEF Canada

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UNICEF Canada

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UNICEF Canada

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UNICEF Canada

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  • Heart-warming interview with 11-year-old Syrian refugee in Canada

    Basel Alrashdan, 11, is from Daraa, Syria. He came to Canada in January 2016 with his mother, father, and younger brother and sister. They were the first Syrian family to resettle in PEI (Prince Edward Island). He says he feels welcomed and proud to be in Canada. Donate to UNICEF's Syria fund: http://www.unicef.ca/syria Follow UNICEF Canada: On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNICEF-Canada O...

UNICEF Canada

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  • 2016 : Les retombées positives de votre don de fin d'année

    Chaque jour de chaque année, des enfants dans le monde entier font face à des obstacles et luttent pour combler leurs besoins les plus fondamentaux. Heureusement, votre soutien permet de bâtir un monde meilleur pour ces enfants. Merci encore. Avec vous à nos côtés, nous continuerons de venir en aide à chaque enfant, où qu’il soit. http://www.unicef.ca/fr

  • 2016 year-end: thank you from UNICEF

    UNICEF would like to thank you for all you did for children in 2016. Thousands of lives saved, thousands of stories told. Thank you for bringing hope for every child. Here's to more hope in 2017. Visit our website to donate: http://www.unicef.ca

UNICEF Canada

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UNICEF Canada

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UNICEF Canada

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UNICEF Canada

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