اليونيسف تحتاج إلى 2,2 بليون دولار لمساعدة 59 مليون طفل في حالات الطوارئ

 نداء قياسي قرابة 40 في المائة منه لصالح سوريا ودول الجوار  جنيف، 21 شباط /فبراير 2014 – وجهت اليونيسف اليوم نداء لجمع حوالي 2,2 بليون دولار من أجل تقديم المساعدة الإنسانية الحيوية إلى 85 مليون شخص خلال عام 2014، بما في ذلك 59 مليون طفل، يواجهون نزاعات وكوارث طبيعية وغيرها من حالات الطوارئ المعقدة في […]

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UNICEF calls for US$2.2 billion to help 59 million children in emergencies

الخبر بالعربية Largest emergency appeal on record, almost 40 per cent for Syria and region GENEVA, 21 February 2014 – UNICEF appealed today for almost US$2.2 billion to provide life-saving humanitarian assistance in 2014 to 85 million people, including 59 million children, who face conflict, natural disasters and other complex emergencies in 50 countries. “I […]

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A crowded house in Turkey

By Nicky Jansen Nizip, Turkey, January 2014 – Eight-year old Norah is part of a very big family. She and her eleven siblings live in a small house in Nizip, where they have been accepted into a host community. The children brought a keepsake with them when they fled Syria; a photograph of lost family […]

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Boys abandon school to work at a dump in Turkey

By Nicky Jansen Nizip, Turkey, January 2014 – Plastic, metals, paper and rusty washing machines. This is the environment that 14-year-old Ahmed and 15-year old Mahmoud work in every day. A year ago, the two friends came from Aleppo to Nizip, Turkey with their families and they’ve worked at the rubbish site ever since. “School […]

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UNICEF helps conflict-displaced children stay healthy

By David Youngmeyer Tartous, Syria, February 20, 2014 – UNICEF is spreading the word on the importance of hygiene to displaced women and children in Syria with a four-month hygiene promotion campaign in Tartous, in western Syria. The campaign, run with our partner, Syrian Arab Red Crescent, will see more than 1,100 families reached with […]

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Children from the Old City of Homs Detained

UNICEF Briefing Note 18 February 2014 As of today, there are 56 children in the Al Andalus facility after being evacuated from Homs. They include 34 boys between 15 and 18 years old; 10 boys under 15 years old; and 12 girls below 18 years old. Most of the children under 15 and the girls […]

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Khaled’s dangerous journey to freedom

 In his own words Nizip, Turkey, February 17, 2014 – My name is Khaled Ahmad Al-Rajab and I am 17 years old. My family has been living in the Nizip refugee camp for a year and I have been here for 10 months. Despite everything, things here are better than in Syria. At least here […]

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Germany grants additional €10 million to UNICEF’s Syria crisis response in Jordan

MEDIA RELEASE |الخبر بالعربية| Amman, 17 February 2014 – UNICEF’s response to the Syria crisis in Jordan received a new financial boost Monday, with the announcement of a new €10 million donation from the Government of Germany. On a visit to Jordan, the German Minister for International Cooperation, His Excellency Gerd Müller, announced the new […]

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ألمانيا تمنح اليونيسف في الأردن 10 مليون يورو إضافية للإستجابة للأزمة السورية

عمان في 17 شباط لعام 2014، تلقت اليونيسف في الأردن دفعة مالية جديدة اليوم الإثنين مع إعلان الحكومة الألمانية تبرعا جديدا قدره 10 ملايين يورو للإستجابة للأزمة السورية. في زيارة إلى الأردن، أعلن الوزير الألماني للتعاون الدولي عن المنحة الجديدة في معهد الملكة زين الشرف التنموي في الهاشمي الشمالي، حيث تقوم اليونيسف بدعم مساحة اّمنة […]

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Adnan’s story: School by day, work by night

By Fatima Azzeh Amman, Jordan, 13 February, 2014 – Thirteen-year old Adnan is lucky to be alive. He is a survivor of the violence that has devastated his home town of Homs. Almost two years ago, he was shot by a sniper as he played outside his house. He was hit in the arm and […]

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In Jordan – Kafa longs for home

By Melanie Sharpe Irbid, Jordan, January 2014– Thirteen-year old Kafa has been living in the King Abdulla Park refugee camp in northern Jordan for a year and a half. When the fighting intensified in her hometown of Dara’a, she and her family made a four hour walk from Syria to Jordan, where they were transferred […]

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ملاحظات اليونيسف عن العملية الانسانية في حمص

[Read in English] لقد تم اطلاق سراح عدد من الأطفال تتراوح أعمارهم بين سن الرابعة عشرة والثامنة عشرة والذين كانوا موجودين في مركز الإيواء “الأندلس”. يبقى 14 طفل في المركز. تقوم اليونيسف بزيارة مركز الايواء لمتابعة ظروف الأطفال. استطاعت اليونيسف تقديم الملابس للأطفال وتقديم مرافق الصرف الصحي. ركزت اليونيسف وشركاء قطاع الحماية على تقديم الأستجابة لإحتياجات الأطفال […]

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Briefing note on humanitarian operation, Homs, Syria

UNICEF Briefing Note [الخبر بالعربية] Humanitarian Operation, Old City Homs 14 February 2014 Eighteen children aged between 15 and 18 who were taken to the Al Andalus Shelter have now been released. Another 14 children remain there. UNICEF has access to the shelter and is following the cases of all these children. We have been […]

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Aliya finds a safe haven in Lebanon

By Salam Abdulmunem Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, February 12, 2014– Two years ago 7-year old Aliya and her brother Ali watched their older siblings pack up and leave the conflict in Syria, for a safer life in Lebanon. Being the youngest, it was decided the two children should stay behind in the care of their parents. […]

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For Sheendar life as a refugee is a bitter pill to swallow

By Chris Niles SULIMANIYAH, Iraq, 14 December 2013— Fifteen year old Sheendar isn’t afraid to share his feelings when asked about the conflict in his country. “Many children have been killed in the war. Houses and schools have been damaged. War is not a justification for all that. It doesn’t matter who wins or loses, […]

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