July 2, 2012
Children play in Jalozai camp on Flickr.#Photooftheweek: Young boys play volleyball at a @UNICEF-supported child friendly centre in #Jalozai camp. #Pakistan

Children play in Jalozai camp on Flickr.

#Photooftheweek: Young boys play volleyball at a @UNICEF-supported child friendly centre in #Jalozai camp. #Pakistan

April 25, 2011
PAKISTAN: Photo of the Week on Flickr.PAKISTAN: Photo of the Week
Children learn to read in a Child Friendly Space (CFS) in Salani camp on the outskirts of Sukkur, a city in Sindh Province, Pakistan. In the CFS, children learn to read and write, express themselves through song and drawing, play with other children and learn basic hygiene. This camp is still home to almost 1,000 families who do not have anywhere to go and who fear of once again being displaced by rains from the coming monsoon season. 
22 April 2010
© UNICEF Pakistan/2011/Marge Francia
To learn more: 
www.unicef.org/pakistan
www.unicef.org/photography

PAKISTAN: Photo of the Week on Flickr.

PAKISTAN: Photo of the Week
Children learn to read in a Child Friendly Space (CFS) in Salani camp on the outskirts of Sukkur, a city in Sindh Province, Pakistan. In the CFS, children learn to read and write, express themselves through song and drawing, play with other children and learn basic hygiene. This camp is still home to almost 1,000 families who do not have anywhere to go and who fear of once again being displaced by rains from the coming monsoon season.

22 April 2010
© UNICEF Pakistan/2011/Marge Francia

To learn more:
www.unicef.org/pakistan
www.unicef.org/photography

April 7, 2011
PAKISTAN: Photo of the Week on Flickr.Polio workers Haji Pandhi, 60 and Sakhawat Ali, 19 brave the heat of the Ghotki desert in Sindh Province, Pakistan to make sure that all children in their area receive their vaccinations and are protected from polio. Haji has been a polio worker for more than ten years. “I don’t do it for the money. I do it for the betterment of the c…hildren of Pakistan,” he says. 
Haji and Sakhawat join the thousands of polio workers across Pakistan today for the Sub-National Polio Immunization Days campaign. We urge all UNICEF supporters to join us in making Pakistan a polio-free country. 
7 April 2011
© UNICEF Pakistan/2011/Marge Francia

PAKISTAN: Photo of the Week on Flickr.

Polio workers Haji Pandhi, 60 and Sakhawat Ali, 19 brave the heat of the Ghotki desert in Sindh Province, Pakistan to make sure that all children in their area receive their vaccinations and are protected from polio. Haji has been a polio worker for more than ten years. “I don’t do it for the money. I do it for the betterment of the c…hildren of Pakistan,” he says.

Haji and Sakhawat join the thousands of polio workers across Pakistan today for the Sub-National Polio Immunization Days campaign. We urge all UNICEF supporters to join us in making Pakistan a polio-free country.

7 April 2011
© UNICEF Pakistan/2011/Marge Francia

April 5, 2011
PAKISTAN: Polio Immunization Days, April 5-7 on Flickr.The Ministry of Health, the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF are holding the Sub-National Polio Immunization Days starting today until 7th April. We urge all UNICEF friends and supporters to spread the message, and ensure that each child in their community under the age of five is immunized. If the polio teams do not reach their homes, they should take their children to the nearest vaccination point. To register complaints if the teams have not reached their house, please call 0800-88588.
Due to death anniversary of former Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, the SNIDs will be held in high risk selected district of Sindh province from April 6 to 8.. Due to the doctors’ strike, the SNIDs in Lahore will be held from April 7 to 9. The SNIDs are postponed in FR Peshawar, FR Kohat, Central and Lower Kurrum and Tera Valley of Khyber Agency.
 Let us all join hands in making Pakistan polio-free.

PAKISTAN: Polio Immunization Days, April 5-7 on Flickr.

The Ministry of Health, the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF are holding the Sub-National Polio Immunization Days starting today until 7th April. We urge all UNICEF friends and supporters to spread the message, and ensure that each child in their community under the age of five is immunized. If the polio teams do not reach their homes, they should take their children to the nearest vaccination point. To register complaints if the teams have not reached their house, please call 0800-88588.

Due to death anniversary of former Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, the SNIDs will be held in high risk selected district of Sindh province from April 6 to 8.. Due to the doctors’ strike, the SNIDs in Lahore will be held from April 7 to 9. The SNIDs are postponed in FR Peshawar, FR Kohat, Central and Lower Kurrum and Tera Valley of Khyber Agency.

Let us all join hands in making Pakistan polio-free.

April 1, 2011
PAKISTAN: Photo of the Week on Flickr.Pakistan, 2011: A health worker vaccinates an infant against polio during Polio National Immunisation Day (NID) in Sherpow in Landhi town, Karachi Pakistan. Twenty four new polio cases have been reported in 2011. The Ministry of Health, WHO, UNICEF and other partners are holding the Sub-National Immunization Days across Pakistan on April 5-7. For the countrywide polio effort, UNICEF is taking the lead on public advocacy, social communication and vaccine supply management. 
1 April 2011
© UNICEF Pakistan/2011/Asad Zaidi

PAKISTAN: Photo of the Week on Flickr.

Pakistan, 2011: A health worker vaccinates an infant against polio during Polio National Immunisation Day (NID) in Sherpow in Landhi town, Karachi Pakistan. Twenty four new polio cases have been reported in 2011. The Ministry of Health, WHO, UNICEF and other partners are holding the Sub-National Immunization Days across Pakistan on April 5-7. For the countrywide polio effort, UNICEF is taking the lead on public advocacy, social communication and vaccine supply management.

1 April 2011
© UNICEF Pakistan/2011/Asad Zaidi

March 25, 2011
 Photo of the Week
PAKISTAN: Photo of the Week (by UNICEF Pakistan)

Sitting outside her house damaged by flood, a woman plays with her infant child, in the village of Musarraf Khan Khoso in Jaffarabad District of Balochistan Province in Pakistan. This region of Balochistan has been severely affected by the flood. Houses were made of mud, thus when water came, most houses collapsed. There were no schoo…ls within walking distance of this village. UNICEF established a child friendly centre in this village with a strong education component. For many children, this is the first time ever in their lives that they are able to attend school.25 March 2011© UNICEF Pakistan/2011/Shehzad Noorani

Photo of the Week

PAKISTAN: Photo of the Week (by UNICEF Pakistan)

Sitting outside her house damaged by flood, a woman plays with her infant child, in the village of Musarraf Khan Khoso in Jaffarabad District of Balochistan Province in Pakistan. This region of Balochistan has been severely affected by the flood. Houses were made of mud, thus when water came, most houses collapsed. There were no schools within walking distance of this village. UNICEF established a child friendly centre in this village with a strong education component. For many children, this is the first time ever in their lives that they are able to attend school.

25 March 2011
© UNICEF Pakistan/2011/Shehzad Noorani
March 24, 2011

UNICEF’s Sarah Crowe reports on a programme to ensure women’s voices are heard in Afghanistan.

March 22, 2011
March 14, 2011

Children affected by conflict in north-west Pakistan in desperate need of humanitarian assistance

March 11, 2011
Photo of the Week
Holding his son, a man walks over a hill outside Sadra Sharif, a village severely affected by the floods in Dera Ismail Khan district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan. Many homes were destroyed in this village. The floods also damaged water sources. Through local NGOs, UNICEF is making sure flood victims are reached with safe drinking water, proper means of sanitation and health and education services. 11 March 2011© UNICEF Pakistan/2011/Shehzad Noorani

Photo of the Week

Holding his son, a man walks over a hill outside Sadra Sharif, a village severely affected by the floods in Dera Ismail Khan district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan. Many homes were destroyed in this village. The floods also damaged water sources. Through local NGOs, UNICEF is making sure flood victims are reached with safe drinking water, proper means of sanitation and health and education services.

11 March 2011
© UNICEF Pakistan/2011/Shehzad Noorani