Nepal quake: Unicef to ensure children affected to be safe and cared for

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  • Tuesday, 28 Apr 2015

PETALING JAYA: Ensuring that the children affected by the earthquake in Nepal are safe and cared for is the most important job for Unicef at present.

Unicef Malaysia chief of fundraising and partnerships Richard Beighton said that it is estimated that 2.8 million children are affected by the recent Kathmandu earthquake.

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