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#PhotoOfTheWeek: UNICEF photography advocates for the world’s most vulnerable children, offering visual evidence in support of children’s rights. UNICEF’s newest photography essay, ‘2011 in photographs’, narrates the year’s story of these rights - violated by poverty, conflict and climate change but also advanced through political openings and improved services. Children in the Central African Republic are reflected, amid clouds, in a pool of water.

©UNICEF/Jan Grarup

View the entire ‘2011 in photographs’ essay here: http://bit.ly/u1h4ml 

You can receive UNICEF's 'Photo of the Week' (and other photos) on your iPhone by visiting: http://bit.ly/nWsSp2

You can see more images from UNICEF on TwitPic here: http://twitpic.com/photos/UNICEF

You can learn more about UNICEF by visiting: http://www.unicef.org/

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#PhotoOfTheWeek: UNICEF photography advocates for the world’s most vulnerable children, offering visual evidence in support of children’s rights. UNICEF’s newest photography essay, ‘2011 in photographs’, narrates the year’s story of these rights - violated by poverty, conflict and climate change but also advanced through political openings and improved services. Children in the Central African Republic are reflected, amid clouds, in a pool of water.

©UNICEF/Jan Grarup

View the entire ‘2011 in photographs’ essay here: http://bit.ly/u1h4ml

You can receive UNICEF's 'Photo of the Week' (and other photos) on your iPhone by visiting: http://bit.ly/nWsSp2

You can see more images from UNICEF on TwitPic here: http://twitpic.com/photos/UNICEF

You can learn more about UNICEF by visiting: http://www.unicef.org/

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