UNICEF---Audrey Hepburn, ambasciatrice UNICEF

Help others. "As you grow older you will discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself and the other is for helping others." - Audrey Hepburn The true beauty of Audrey Hephurn~

The photo of this little Indian girl appeared on the Social Geographic site as part of 'Make War & Hunger History' campaign.

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“I have a broken heart. I feel desperate. I can’t stand the idea that two million people are in imminent danger of starving to death, many of them children,” Hepburn, reflecting on a trip to Ethiopia

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: 13 November 2012  ---  A girl attends school in Mélé, Central African Republic – because of conflict, only half of the children in the region go to school.  Girls and women continue to endure high rates of gender-related violence, especially in conflict-affected northern parts of the country. And, more than one third of the population is affected by warring parties, who have destroyed vital infrastructure, including schools.  ©UNICEF/Pierre Holtz www.unicef.org/photography

unicef: “ PHOTO OF THE WEEK: 13 November 2012 A girl attends school in the village of Mélé, Central African Republic – because of conflict, only half of the children in the region go to school.

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Beginning as a grassroots volunteer program in the UNICEF Tap Project evolved into a successful and innovative campaign that used a mobile app to save lives by providing children with clean water. In the span of a decade, the UNICEF Tap Project:

Audrey, ambasciatrice Unicef negli ultimi 5 anni della sua vita

Soon after becoming a UNICEF ambassador, Audrey Hepburn went on a mission to Ethiopia, where years of drought and civil strife had caused terrible famine. (© Derek Hudson/Sygma/Corbis)

Girls walk arm-in-arm outside Likoli, a UNICEF-supported primary school in the village of Zakpota, in central Benin. UNICEF provides Likoli and surrounding schools with supplies, classroom furniture, and training for teachers. One girl carries a UNICEF-supplied slate. Their book bags bear the UNICEF logo.    © UNICEF/NYHQ2006-2866/Julie Pudlowski  http://www.unicef.org

Girls walk arm-in-arm outside Likoli, a UNICEF-supported primary school in the village of Zakpota, in central Benin. UNICEF provides Likoli and surrounding schools with supplies, classroom furniture,.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: 7 November 2012  ---  Children on the island of Mindanao, Philippines.    Play is an essential and fun part of child development. It promotes healthy activity and exercise, fosters social skills and improves critical thinking. It is also a basic right – recognized in Article 31 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. UNICEF works worldwide to protect these rights for all children, including the most marginalized. ©UNICEF/Giacomo Pirozzi www.unicef.org/photography

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: 7 November 2012 Children on the island of Mindanao, Philippines. Play is an essential and fun part of child development. It promotes healthy activity and exercise, fosters social.

Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan stands arm-in-arm with two girls at the UNICEF-supported NGO Aprendiz City-School in Vila Madalena District in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.    The NGO promotes quality public education through an innovative ‘learn by doing’ programme. Created in 1997, it encourages children’s individuality and stimulates learning in a community-supported environment.  © UNICEF/Kent Page  http://www.unicef.org

Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan stands arm-in-arm with two girls…

Nothing like a little football practice, then getting to hang out with Shakira.  That’s what a few young people who play in a UNICEF-sponsored league in Azerbaijan got to do recently. Shakira spoke with the teens on how sports leads to a healthier lifestyle and empowerment across all aspects of life, but especially in education.  You can learn more about Shakira’s visit here: http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/azerbaijan_66180.html     © UNICEF Azerbaijan/2012/Pirozzi

Shakira Com as Jogadoras em Baku! Shakira With the players at Baku!

Selena Gomez, UNICEF Ambassador

Selena Gomez, UNICEF Ambassador, in Ghana, 2009 she helps out that is another reason i like her as a sister 15 1

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