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It’s Parenting Month! What would help you spend more precious time with your children? Add your voice to our parenting poll. #EarlyMomentsMatter

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Have you heard? @unicefafrica has launched an exciting photography competition with the theme 'African Childhood Today.' If you’re 25 or under, live in a country in Africa and love photography, post your best photos that bring to life the theme using #youngafricaphoto for a chance to win a once in a lifetime opportunity to shoot with a renowned photographer in the continent. . The #youngafricaphoto contest is open to everyone who is 25 years old or younger and has a personal Instagram account. Only those living in African countries are eligible. . Entrants should post a photo interpreting the theme 'African Childhood Today' with the hashtag #youngafricaphoto from 16 June to 12 October 2019. . A weekly finalist will be announced on @unicefafrica every Monday from June 24 to October 14. . Three winners will be selected from the pool of weekly finalists and announced on, or after, 20 October. The prize? An educational one-day photography session with a top photographer working on the continent. The photos from these sessions will be unveiled in the run up to World Children’s Day celebrated on 20 November. Stay tuned! . Finalists and winners will be selected based on their creativity, how they interpreted the theme “African Childhood Today”, as well as on the basic composition of the photo. . Entrants can post as many photos as they like using #africayoungphoto during the submission period. . You must hold the copyright of all photos you submit. Entrants are responsible for obtaining permission from any recognisable individuals. Entries that we deem abusive, inappropriate, offensive, defamatory, obscene, in violation of copyright or trademark laws, or otherwise unacceptable will not be considered part of the contest. The people using the hashtag associated to the contest are liable for their public posts and using the hashtag does not imply endorsement from UNICEF. . Our team @unicefafrica will contact winners via direct message. . © UNICEF/UN0254751/Franco

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😁😝🙃 A silly face can make a child’s face light up with laughter. It also sparks millions of connections in a child’s brain. #EarlyMomentsMatter

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Having a work-family balance isn’t just the responsibility of parents. It’s the responsibility of businesses and governments as well. Join us in calling for policies to support working parents by tapping the link in our bio. 😘 @unicef_ukraine © UNICEF/UN0201127/Maloletka #EarlyMomentsMatter

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Baby Francisco feels the happiness as people displaced by Cyclone Idai await the arrival of emergency supplies at an accommodation centre in Beira, #Mozambique. We’re on the ground doing all we can to keep children and families healthy and safe. @unicef_mozambique © UNICEF/UN0305961/Oatway

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⛵ Making things out of paper isn’t just fun. It’s helping boost your child’s creativity and imagination! #EarlyMomentsMatter

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Students grin ear-to-ear in a classroom in Niger. Education offers children a ladder out of poverty and a path to a promising future. It's vital every child can learn in a safe and supportive environment. #ENDviolence © UNICEF/UN0318021// Frank Dejongh

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These children are writing their own story. #AChildIsAChild

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💦💦💦 100 days after Cyclone Idai devastated Mozambique, UNICEF is continuing to deliver safe water and other vital aid to those affected. Disease can spread with deadly speed in these emergency conditions but clean water will help keep this baby healthy and happy.

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“My message to young refugees everywhere is you are already stronger than you know you are. We are standing right beside you.” Lovely words @dualipa! Thank you so much for shining a light on our work protecting refugee children. #AChildIsAChild, no matter what. #regram . . . “In April I was lucky enough to have the most inspiring experience in Lebanon with @unicef. I met refugee children and young people and saw for myself how strong and brave they are adapting to any circumstance they find themselves in because of conflict. When the numbers of refugees are so shocking – estimated at around 70 million worldwide – it is important to remember that no family or child chooses to leave their home. All children need a safe place to learn, play and reach their full potential. UNICEF is keeping children safe and protected and helping them to keep smiling and laughing. On #WorldRefugeeDay, my message to young refugees everywhere is you are already stronger than you know you are. We are standing right beside you. #WorldRefugeeDay #WRD2019

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“I love Messi because he plays very well. When I am big I'll play like him." Jean-Petit, Burundi. Economic and political instability has left over 710,000 children in need across the country but @unicef_burundi is there to help them learn, play and prepare to live out their dreams. #ForEveryChild, hope. #EarlyMomentsMatter #AfricaCup

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Beautiful words @muzoonalmellehan 💙! It’s an absolute pleasure to work with you for every child. Thank you so much for your tireless work on education and for being an inspiration. #AChildIsAChild #regram . . . “Two years ago, I was the first-ever refugee to be appointed a @UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. On #WorldRefugeeDay, this is my message to refugees around the world.”

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We 💙 this! Thank you so much @priyankachopra for shining a light on our work and inspiring the world on #WorldRefugeeDay. #AChildIsAChild, no matter what. #regram . . . “The truth is quite simple...the future of this world lies in the hands of the children of today. But the harsh reality is that there is an entire generation of innocent children growing up right now without any prospects for their future...these children are affected by displacement due to serious conflict and emergencies in their various regions. When families are forced to leave their homes due to violence, persecution, and natural disasters, they are torn apart and it's the children that end up suffering the most. The numbers are staggering, yes...but we have to continue to stand for them, in whatever capacity we can as individuals. They are the future and we need to help. Join me and @unicef by clicking the link in my bio to help keep refugee children safe. #AChildIsAChild #WorldRefugeeDay

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