The agreement was signed between Ukraine's Health Ministry and UNICEF Ukraine.
23:59, 07 December 2020
Slavutsky spoke of the four levels of lockdown, which should already be introduced.
15:15, 24 November 2020
Ukrainians would consider increases in living wages, salaries and pensions to be evidence of improved life after the quarantine, the study says.
16:40, 02 July 2020
There have been 10 conflict-related child casualties since the beginning of this year.
12:55, 22 May 2020
Coronavirus-related developments in 2020 have changed the country's social and economic situation.
12:20, 21 May 2020
In 2018, almost 350,000 measles cases were reported globally, more than doubling from 2017.
23:57, 15 July 2019
One single incident damaging a water facility can disrupt water supply for an entire region, a UNICEF official says.
16:40, 04 July 2019
In 2018, in the east of Ukraine, 89 attacks were recorded on water infrastructure facilities, which affected many children living in the conflict-struck areas.
12:40, 24 March 2019
UNICEF said statistics by the World Health Organization showed there were 35,120 cases of measles in Ukraine last year – a massive rise from about 5,000 in 2017.
10:58, 01 March 2019
Residents of the temporarily occupied territories in eastern Ukraine will receive food, hygiene kits, medications, and construction materials.
13:00, 22 February 2019
The baby boxes will go a long way to support low-income families, who often cannot afford to buy many of the items in the box.
20:26, 26 September 2018
Some 200,000 girls and boys are forced to learn in militarized environments, amid volatile fighting and dangers due to unexploded weapons of war.
19:45, 06 May 2018
Schools are often close to military bases and security checkpoints, increasing the risk that they may step on unexploded weapons of war, or be caught in crossfire.
13:40, 05 May 2018
<p>The United Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF, published a report on Thursday, December 21, saying that 220,000 children living in eastern Ukraine are at severe risk of serious injury by landmines and other deadly explosives littering the territory, according to Deutsche Welle (DW).</p>
14:09, 22 December 2017
<p>The problem is not a lack of vaccine, as Kyiv's chief immunologist explains, but a fear among parents that it's worse than the disease, according to RFE/RL.</p>
23:40, 17 December 2017
<p>With the recent escalation of hostilities damaging vital water infrastructure in eastern Ukraine, at least 750,000 children are at imminent risk of being cut off from safe drinking water, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) warned on Friday, UN News Centre reported.</p>
17:08, 17 June 2017
<p>More than 200,000 children – or 1 in 4 - in the two regions most severely affected by the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine require urgent and sustained psychosocial support to address the trauma of living through more than three years of violence, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said on April 7.</p>
22:21, 08 April 2017