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UNICEF Photos

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UNICEF Ireland East Africa famine appeal/thank-you mailing Photos & captions

UNICEF Ireland East Africa famine appeal/thank-you mailing Photos & captions

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  • 1. Your donation in action: HAITIFour-month-old Jameslay Petit is kissed by her mother at HaitiUniversity Hospital, Port-au-Prince. Jameslay had been at the hospitalfor 23 days, receiving treatment for malnutrition. Her father died in theearthquake and their home was destroyed. Jameslay’s mother andthree siblings are now living in a makeshift tent. Because the hospitalbuilding was damaged by the earthquake, UNICEF is supporting thehospital’s nutrition programme from a nearby tent. www.unicef.ie
  • 2. Your donation in action: HAITIA child affected by the 12 January 2010 earthquake gets water from awater point in the camp where he lives, in Port-au-Prince, the capitalof Haiti. UNICEF’s Tap project is rebuilding wells and water pumpsdestroyed by the quake. www.unicef.ie
  • 3. Your donation in action: PAKISTANChildren take part in a class at a UNICEF-supported TemporaryLearning Centre at a camp for people affected by the floodswho have not yet been able to return to their homes in thedistrict of Sehwan, Sindh province. At least ten milliondisplaced persons across the country have either returned ormoved to their home to try to rebuild. All are still in dire needof assistance and support. www.unicef.ie
  • 4. Your donation in action: EAST AFRICA CRISISNewly-arrived refugees from Somalia wait to be registered atDagehaley camp, one of three camps that make up the Dadaabrefugee site in Dadaab, North-Eastern Kenya on 7 July 2011. Inrecent weeks, over 1,500 Somali refugees have been arrivingdaily as a result of worsening drought and severe pressure isbeing put on already limited resources. UNICEF is providingtherapeutic food to those most at risk. www.unicef.ie

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