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Office: Azerbaijan
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Address: 24. S . Dadashov street. Baku, Azerbaijan
E-mail(s): amollazade@unicef.org
Contact person: Henrietta H. Fore, Executive Director of UNICEF
Phone: (994 12) 4923013
Awards in: Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
Sectors: Education, Health, Human Rights, Youth Education, Health, Human Rights, Youth
Nr. of employees: 51-200
Types: Multilateral Multilateral
Status: Active

Description

UNICEF came to Azerbaijan in 1993, facing an army of refugees and internally displaced people in the wake of the Karabakh conflict and the collapsed economy of the transition period. Its first programmes were devised not only to address national development priorities, but also deal with immediate humanitarian needs. UNICEF’s first country programme for 1995-1999 focused on such urgent needs as immunisation, health, rehabilitation, nutrition, education and child protection.

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UNICEF10
UNV1
UNFPA1
UNHCR1
Other agencies1