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Press Centre (7/2017)

Clooney Foundation for Justice Partners with UNICEF to Open Seven Public Schools to Syrian Refugee Children in Lebanon

With support from Google.org and HP Inc, the Clooney Foundation for Justice's $2.25 million partnership and $1 million technology grant will enroll thousands of currently out-of-school refugees in formal education and provide additional support for Lebanese and Syrian children in public schools across Lebanon

More than 230,000 refugee children in Turkey to benefit from the conditional cash transfer for education programme

Education is the light and all children need that light.


Turkish class teaches a young Syrian girl how to cope with life as a refugee

By Donatella Lorch


Mediterranean rescue vessels must not be prevented from saving refugee and migrant children at sea - UNICEF

Italy needs more regional and global support for its efforts to help growing number of refugees and migrants 

Children increasingly targeted in Central African Republic violence

Growing reports of child rights violations amid renewed fighting: UNICEF 

2.1 billion people lack safe drinking water at home, more than twice as many lack safe sanitation

WHO, UNICEF release first global estimates for water, sanitation and hygiene for the Sustainable Development Goals 

In Turkey, helping Syrian refugees can mean bringing the classroom into their homes

Donatella Lorch/UNICEF

Funding shortfalls threaten education for children living in conflict and disaster zones

UNICEF has received only 12 per cent of the funds it needs this year to send children affected by emergencies to school 

Beyoncé partners with UNICEF to bring safe water to children in remote areas of Burundi

“Access to water is a fundamental right. When you give children clean and safe water, you don’t just give them life, you give them health, an education, and a brighter future. I am committed to helping drive lasting solutions to the water crisis in Burundi,” said Beyoncé.

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