Monthly Archives: December 2014

Ten years after the tsunami – the benefits of building back better

Originally posted on UNICEF Connect – UNICEF BLOG:
Picture this: It’s a Sunday in late December. You’re woken by a strong earthquake early in the morning and you know something is wrong. Soon, you’re running from the waters of a…

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Merry Christmas to All My Readers!

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Ninge, Ninge, Ninge – Angela Similea / Florile Iernii

Originally posted on Communication for Development of Ideas:
Ninge, ninge, ninge! (Romanian for : “It’s snowing!”) Florile Iernii – Angela Similea

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Nobel Prize 2014: Malala on Education and Youth

“So it becomes the last time that we see a child deprived of education.” #nobelprize2014 http://t.co/75U5ATIVpE — The Nobel Prize (@NobelPrize) 10 Décembre 2014

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Innovating for Education in Burundi

Originally posted on Stories of UNICEF Innovation:
by Eva Guerda Rodriguez, consultant in charge of the digital drums project, Burundi. To see Eva’s experience first hand, watch this video.  On the very day of my arrival from Paris to the…

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Happy Romania National Day! #1Decembrie

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