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UNICEF Podcast: Episodes

UNICEF Radio correspondent Blue Chevigny talks with Representative in Uganda Martin Mogwanja about HIV/AIDS threats facing people displaced by conflict in the north of the country.
UNICEF Radio correspondent Blue Chevigny reports the story of Winnie Farao, 26, who works with Campaign for Female Education in Zimbabwe.
UNICEF Radio correspondent Blue Chevigny reports on African hip-hop star Zola’s priorities as a newly appointed regional Goodwill Ambassador.
UNICEF Emergency Programme Officer Susan Ngongi talks about the latest situation and relief efforts in flood-stricken Eastern Africa.
UNICEF Regional Advisor on Orphans and Vulnerable Children discusses the AIDS crisis in Swaziland.
UNICEF Radio correspondent Blue Chevigny reports on a youth radio training workshop in Gabarone, Botswana, and presents clips from a programme produced by Kabo, 12, and her friends.
UNICEF Representative in the Occupied Palestinian Territory Dan Rohrmann discusses the humanitarian crisis in northern Gaza.
UNICEF Communication Officer Sarah Crowe speaks with Madagascar’s President Marc Ravalomanana about keeping HIV prevalence rates low.
UNICEF Radio correspondent Blue Chevigny talks to two participants in the UN Global Youth Leadership Summit about their experience as activists and their goals for the future.
UNICEF's Sophie Boudre reports on centres providing care and support to children in the Central Java quake zone.
UNICEF's Sophie Boudre reports on a project to repair thousands of wells in earthquake-damaged regions of Indonesia.
Two young people, Shir in Israel and Christine in Lebanon, discuss their feelings and ideas in the aftermath of the war between Israel and Hezbollah.
UNICEF Communication Officer Sara Cameron talks about the recent discovery of a polio case in a refugee camp in Kenya.
Hear Julie Andrews promoting ‘Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF’ in 1967, the year US President Lyndon Johnson declared 31 October ‘UNICEF Day’ in perpetuity.
Hear Andy Williams promoting ‘Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF’ in 1967, the year US President Lyndon Johnson declared 31 October ‘UNICEF Day’ in perpetuity.
Listen to one of the songs performed by members of a mothers’ club in Akuka, Ghana, where music helps to give children a healthy start in life.
UNICEF DPR Korea Representative Gopalan Balagopal describes the importance of continued donor support.
UNICEF Youth Reporter Kerrel McKay reports on conversations with other youth leaders from the International AIDS Conference in Toronto.
UNICEF's Sophie Boudre reports on a programme to promote breastfeeding in an earthquake-affected village in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
UNICEF Radio correspondent Blue Chevigny presents the viewpoints of five young participants in the UN Secretary-General's Study on Violence against Children.
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