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PRESS RELEASE: Only 15 countries worldwide have three essential national policies that support families with young children

New report says around 85 million children under five live in 32 countries that do not offer families three critical policies to support children’s early brain development.

The match of the hockey team Dinamo-Minsk under the auspices of UNICEF became a historic event in KHL

On 17 September, a match between the hockey teams Dinamo-Minsk and Metallurg was held in Minsk when the friends of UNICEF Evgeni Lisovets and Aleksandr Pavlovich, dressed in the UNICEF jersey, scored 3 out of 5 goals in the last minutes of the game.

При поддержке ЮНИСЕФ в Гродно оборудован автогородок для школьников

В рамках реализации проекта «Школа – территория безопасности и здоровья», который поддерживается и финансируется ЮНИСЕФ, в СШ №12 г. Гродно был оборудован автогородок, а также планируется открытие ресурсного центра по безопасности дорожного движения. 

UNICEF awarded the signs of honour “Child Friendly City” to Novogrudok and Minsk.

On 1 September in Novogrudok and 9 September in Minsk, UNICEF awarded the signs of honour “Child Friendly City” to the city authorities.

UNICEF and the hockey team Dinamo-Minsk: Together for Every Child

A partner match between the hockey team Dinamo-Minsk and UNICEF was organized on 27 August in Minsk in order to draw attention to responsible parenting and the rights of the child.

«Папа, мама, я – футбольная семья!». Всем финалам финал!

Лучшие семейные команды Беларуси боролись сегодня за первые места в финале крупнейшего республиканского семейного фестиваля по футболу "Мама, папа, я - футбольная семья", организованного АБФФ "Белорусская федерация футбола" в партнёрстве с ЮНИСЕФ и Белорусский Красный Крест. 

UNICEF representatives met with the Chairperson of the Investigation Committee

UNICEF representatives had an official visit to the Investigative Committee of the Republic of Belarus to discuss the issue of future cooperation for the protection of children.

PRESS RELEASE: Babies and mothers worldwide failed by lack of investment in breastfeeding  

New analysis shows an investment of US$4.70 per newborn could generate US$300 billion in economic gains by 2025.

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