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Clean water is vital © Tine Frank Uganda
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Restless Development drama group in Karamoja, Uganda
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An AMREF doctor in South Sudan
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In parts of West Africa, lack of rain and failing crops have left families struggling for food. Save the Children is already on the ground in the hard hit region known as the Sahel. We are reaching children who are most at risk – but we urgently need raise awareness of this looming emergency.
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In parts of West Africa, lack of rain and failing crops have left families struggling for food. Save the Children is already on the ground in the hard hit region known as the Sahel. We are reaching children who are most at risk – but we urgently need raise awareness of this looming emergency.

In parts of West Africa, lack of rain and failing crops have left families struggling for food. Save the Children is already on the ground in the hard hit region known as the Sahel. We are reaching children who are most at risk – but we urgently need raise awareness of this looming emergency.
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Half the Sky joins women in Baligubadle, Somaliland, as they celebrate the arrival of a water delivery to the village. (Courtesy Joshua Bennett)
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Half the Sky joins women in Baligubadle, Somaliland, as they celebrate the arrival of a water delivery to the village. (Courtesy Joshua Bennett)

Half the Sky joins women in Baligubadle, Somaliland, as they celebrate the arrival of a water delivery to the village. (Courtesy Joshua Bennett)
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SAHEL FOOD CRISIS - Niger, 2012: Farida Ousmane, 16, holds her 9-month-old brother, Laouli Ousmane, at the UNCEF-supported Routgouna Health Centre, in the town of Mirriah, Mirriah Department, Zinder Region. They are waiting for Laouli, who is malnourished, to be examined. With prompt global support, a full-scale nutrition crisis can still be averted. - © UNICEF/NYHQ2012-0176/Olivier Asselin The Sahel covers parts of the territory of (from west to east) Senegal, southern part of Mauritania, Mali
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town of Mirriah, Mirriah Department, Zinder Region

A beautiful image….Mother and child.

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Farida Ousmane, holds her brother, Laouli.

SAHEL FOOD CRISIS - Niger, 2012: Farida Ousmane, 16, holds her 9-month-old brother, Laouli Ousmane, at the UNCEF-supported Routgouna Health Centre, in the town of Mirriah, Mirriah Department, Zinder Region. They are waiting for Laouli, who is malnourished, to be examined. With prompt global support, a full-scale nutrition crisis can still be averted. - © UNICEF/NYHQ2012-0176/Olivier Asselin The Sahel covers parts of the territory of (from west to east) Senegal, southern part of Mauritania, Mali

SAHEL FOOD CRISIS - Niger, 2012: Farida Ousmane, 16, holds her 9-month-old brother, Laouli Ousmane, at the UNCEF-supported Routgouna Health Centre, in the town of Mirriah, Mirriah Department, Zinder Region. They are waiting for Laouli, who is malnourished, to be examined. With prompt global support, a full-scale nutrition crisis can still be averted. - © UNICEF/NYHQ2012-0176/Olivier Asselin  The Sahel covers parts of the territory of (from west to east) Senegal, southern part…
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A girl in the shanty town of Cité Soleil, Haiti, near Port-au-Prince, smiles after having struggled for a bucket of water. Cité Soileil, like the Haitian capital, has seen its water resources severely diminished in the aftermath of a powerful earthquake that struck the area on 12 January 2010. (15 January 2010, UN Photo/Logan Abassi)
A girl in the shanty town of Cité Soleil, Haiti, near Port-au-Prince, smiles after having struggled for a bucket of water. Cité Soileil, like the Haitian capital, has seen its water resources severely diminished in the aftermath of a powerful earthquake that struck the area on 12 January 2010. (15 January 2010, UN Photo/Logan Abassi)

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Africa | Happy baby boy getting a shower. Near Shinile (Ethiopia-Somalia border)  | © Adriano Carbone

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Beyond belief....I've never seen such a dramatic representation of how badly we are failing women across the globe..Unbelievable.

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VIDEO REPORT: Chad has one of the lowest rates of access to safe drinking water and sanitation services in the world. The result has been recurrent outbreaks of diseases like polio, meningitis and cholera. While access to safe water and sanitation is improving in urban areas, children in rural areas are almost always at risk.    Join UNICEF correspondent Guy Hubbard as he reports on a UNICEF programme that is improving sanitation in rural Chad. - Read more: http://uni.cf/Jesux8

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Raise your hand, call on the UN to make girls’ education a priority

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