Testimonials from the field. “The situation in the North-West of the Country is unsustainable,” said Henrietta Fore, director general of UNICEF. “The children and the families are stuck between violence, intense cold, lack of food and living conditions were desperate. Such contempt for the safety and well-being of children and families exceeds each limit, and must not continue”. “We walked for 3 days and now we live in tents.All our things are soup of rain and mud,” says Nadia, a mother, displaced from Saraqeb (Idlib), and who is now living in the area of Aleppo. “I have a child very sick, which urgently needs to be operated, but I can't afford it. If my son dies, I will not be able to bury him.”
The assistrenza provided by UNICEF. Working with its partners in the field, UNICEF continues to distribute aid, life saving and families who need assistance, including those recently displaced. This assistance includes hygiene kits, safe water to drink, warm clothes for the winter, visits and treatment of malnutrition, psychosocial support and education. In addition, UNICEF is working with its partners to deliver vaccines, especially to children who had not received the vaccination earlier. UNICEF is also ensuring that the aid is necessary to bring forward immunization campaigns, including the cold chain to protect the safety of vaccines.
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