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Join with Act for Peace to help support Rohingya families and children in crisis

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Rohingya families urgently need our help. More than 600,000 Rohingya people have fled violence in Myanmar and are living in makeshift camps in Bangladesh. 502 more words

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Join with Unicef and become a monthly global parent

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A child’s first 1,000 days is the most critical time for growth and development. You can make a lasting impact on a child’s life by becoming a Unicef Monthly Global Parent. 524 more words

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Support Save the Children’s Christmas Hunger Appeal today

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When children are undernourished, they have no energy to play. Without enough nutritious food, a child has less hope of improving their life; they get caught in a cycle of poverty – trapped by hunger. 522 more words

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Join with Unicef to give a life-saving gift this Christmas by sending a ‘Play and learn’ bundle

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You can give a gift that will have a real impact by sending a ‘Play and Learn’ bundle through Unicef. Your thoughtful gift for a loved one is a life-changing gesture for a child in need. 575 more words

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Join with Save the Children to help millions of children from around the world access education

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UNESCO estimates that around the world, 57 million primary-school aged children are not in school. It could be because they live in an area of conflict, there aren’t enough teachers, they can’t afford books or uniforms, or they have to work to support their family. 482 more words

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Join with Unicef to give a life-changing Christmas gift; the Christmas Care Package

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You can give a gift that will have a real impact by sending a Christmas Care Package through Unicef. Unicef understands that having access to supplies when an emergency unfolds is essential, no matter where you live. 518 more words

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Children fleeing the Rohingya crisis urgently need your help. Join with Save the Children to help

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The Rohingya Crisis is the fastest-growing humanitarian emergency in the world today. A major escalation of violence in Rakhine State, Myanmar, has forced more than 600,000 Rohingya people to flee to Bangladesh – adding to 200,000 who had fled earlier conflict. 477 more words

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