Count me as every citizen (Kontem tankou tout sitwayen)
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Official launch of National Child Week
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Community involvement at the heart of access to drinking water
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UNICEF: Accelerating results for hurricane-affected children through joint nutrition and protection actions”
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Launch of the '' Journalistic Practical Guide: Promoting Children's Rights in Haitian Media ''
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Count me as every citizen (Kontem tankou tout sitwayen)

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  This Sunday, June 10, nearly 3,000 children from…

Rehabilitating the water network to combat drought

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The droughts experienced by several departments of the country…

Official launch of National Child Week

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As part of the National Children's Day to be held on June…

Timounyo is dedicated to all concerned with the situation of children in Haiti.

The blog’s ambition is to become a hub of discussion and information sharing on children’s situation, the progress made and the opportunities to enable them to enjoy their rights. It provides simple access to reliable and current data and information – with photos, videos and infographics – on children and the action carried out by UNICEF and its partners in Haiti. The blog is also a place for dialogue between professionals, the public and children.

Also and above all it is a tool to encourage the participation of children and young people of Haiti on the issues that concern them. In Timounyo, children have a dedicated space where they can interact with children around the world and share their videos, articles and drawings. As the most important individuals involved, the blog will aim to make the voices of children heard and their views taken into account.

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Child Protection

UNICEF contributes to building a better environment to assert the rights of children and women.

Education

Economic factors combined with quasi-permanent sociopolitical instability are the principal factors that affect the Haitian education system.

Nutrition

In Haiti, the level of malnutrition contributes to increasing the risk of dying before the age of five.

Health Care

In Haiti, only 40 percent of children have regular access to the most basic health care services.

Water and Sanitation

The situation in relation to water and sanitation is highly unstable in Haiti, only 55% of households have access to an improved water source and 70% have basic toilets or none at all.

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PORT-AU-PRINCE – COUNTRY OFFICE Mr Marc Vincent, Representative
Postal address: UNICEF-Haïti Boite postale 1363 Port-au-Prince, Haïti
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UNICEF 17 rue Armand Holly- Debussy- Po Box 1363 · Port au Prince · Haiti