Annual reports

Results and reports

Pneumonia and diarrhoea kill 1.4 million children each year, more than all other childhood illnesses combined – UNICEF


World leaders gathered at COP22 have opportunity to make commitments that will help save the lives of 12.7 million children by 2030

UNICEF Bulgaria's Annual report 2015


See the results we have achieved together with you for the children in Bulgaria and around the world 2015

An Alysis of legal and administrative barriers to the operation of a Coordination mechanism ensuring interaction among institutions and organisations involved in guaranteeing the rights of unaccompanied minor aliens staying in the Republic of Bulgaria


This report contains an analysis of key legal provisions that govern the national system providing protection and care to unaccompanied minor aliens in the Republic of Bulgaria, taking into consideration applicable European Union Law and International Law (UN standards).

Governments urged to make the right choices now to reverse fate of the most vulnerable children: UNICEF


Poverty, illiteracy and early deaths await the most disadvantaged children in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia


Spectrum of hope


Available only in Bulgarian

The right to access – the right to love


“God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers” Rudyard Kipling

Drawings of trauma and hope


Children have paid the heaviest price in the Syrian six-year war, yet they continue to dream of a brighter future.

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