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After a devastating year for children, UNICEF Executive Board considers increasing the emergency fund

NEW YORK, United States of America, 4 February 2015 – The number and scale of humanitarian emergencies in 2014 made it an unprecedented year in UNICEF’s work to meet the needs of children and families affected by crisis. As UNICEF’s Executive Board gathered yesterday at the start of the first regular session of 2015, Member States considered the growing number and complexity of emergencies, the lessons UNICEF has learned from the preceding year and how those insights may be applied to provide even more timely and effective humanitarian aid.

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