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Help Protect Children Affected by War in Mali

EMERGENCY MALI 2

Mali's children were threatened by drought and hunger. Now they are suffering from a war that has driven thousands from their homes.

They are at risk of disease, malnutrition, and exploitation. They cannot go to school. They desperately need your help.

UNICEF is working to protect children affected by conflict in Mali and Syria, flooding in Mozambique, and a typhoon in the Philippines.

Believe in ZERO children left unprotected from natural disasters or war.

Donate to help UNICEF meet the urgent needs of children affected by emergencies all around the world.

If you prefer, print a form to send your donation by mail or call 1.800.FOR.KIDS (1.800.367.5437) to donate by phone.

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