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Japan Donates US$ 1.5M Worth of Medicines To Sri Lanka through UNICEF

The Government of Japan is giving essential medicines to Sri Lanka through UNICEF to meet the urgent needs of the most vulnerable population as the country grapples with shortages due…

In Tackling the Current Crisis In Sri Lanka, Put Children’s Needs First – UNICEF

Op-Ed by UNICEF Sri Lanka Article 3(1) of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC)states that, “ln all actions concerning children the best interest of the…

Children in Sri Lanka ranked 61st riskiest globally to the impacts of the climate crisis – UNICEF

Young people living in Sri Lanka are ranked at 61st riskiest globally to the impacts of climate change, threatening their health, education, and protection, according to a new UNICEF report…

Leading airlines join UNICEF’s historic mission of transporting COVID-19 vaccines around the world

UNICEF is today launching the Humanitarian Airfreight Initiative. Under this landmark initiative, over 10 leading airlines are signing agreements with UNICEF to support the prioritization of delivery of COVID-19 vaccines, essential medicines,…

Nutrition crisis looms with over 39 billion in-school meals missed since start of pandemic – UNICEF and WFP

Over 39 billion in-school meals have been missed globally since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic due to school closures, according to a new report released today by the UNICEF…