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Office: Albania
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Address: Albania, Tirana
E-mail(s): amiria@unicef.org
Contact person: Anila Miria Communication Officer
Phone: +355 44548409
Sectors: Education, Gender, Human Rights, Youth Education, Gender, Human Rights, Youth
Nr. of employees: 51-200
Types: Multilateral Multilateral
Status: Active


UNICEF Albania supports a program that helps all children to enjoy their human rights. UNICEF wants to make sure that no child is left behind, and that development takes place with equity.

In our work, we focus on children from the most vulnerable and marginalized groups. The main issues Albanian’s children face:

Disparities and lack of access to quality services (health and education)
Social exclusion and discrimination
Violence, and access to justice
UNICEF works for an Albania:

where all children rights are respected,
where strategic investments in children will help to achieve national development goals, and
where is the very best place for a child to be born, grow and realise his or her full potential.
UNICEF promotes sustainable and equitable development, social inclusion in line with international norms and fulfilment of international obligations, in support of the integration of Albania into the EU.


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