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New Year is a time for reflection, so let's pause for a moment and think of those less fortunate than ourselves, and look in particular at UNICEF's international campaigns for children. UNICEF is a world organisation acting to promote the interests of children and try to improve the world into which they have been born.
UNICEF operates in developed and developing countries across the world, and have different campaigns in each country. At an international level, they have five areas of focus:-
Let's spare a thought for those growing up in the same world that we grew up in, but in unimaginable circumstances. Let's support the work of UNICEF and other children's charities in the hope that one day, their ambitious but respectable goals might be reached. Find out more on UNICEF's international focus areas.
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