We looked inside some of the tweets by @UNICEF_uk and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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In Eswatini, Unicef train Rural Health Motivators to provide mothers like Philile with information and care during pregnancy and birth. With their help, Vile was born HIV free. Thanks to the UK government, your donations to @socceraid have been matched up to £3 million. @DFID_UK
“This outbreak is infecting more children than previous outbreaks. As of 7 July, there had been 750 infections among children. This represents 31% of total cases" - latest from UNICEF staff in #Ebola-affected areas in #DRC. Interviews available
Check Out For Children is now in its 25th year. Thank you @MarriottIntl for your continued support, encouraging guests to add a pound, dollar or euro at check out to help Unicef provide clean drinking water & sanitation facilities for children across Africa and the Middle East.
Since 2017, @GarnierUK has been supporting Unicef’s work to protect and educate children affected by emergencies. In ASDA stores this summer, Garnier will be donating £1 for every product sold with a Unicef sticker on: https://www.garnier.co.uk/unicef #GarnierSupportsUnicef
We first met Melo the day she was born. As you can see, Melo has grown since then! Unicef supports children and families in Melo & Sipho's community to ensure they are happy & healthy. Thanks to the UK government, your donations to Soccer Aid have been matched up to £3 million.