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Social media highlights from Central African Republic, Finland, Haiti, Lebanon and more

Here’s a selection of photos and videos you may have missed posted on UN social media accounts from around the UN system over the past few weeks and shared with our social media team. Thank you to all who contributed!

“Everyone has a part to play in fighting vaccine-preventable diseases,” said Clarissa Etienne, director of the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization during a recent visit to Haiti during World Immunization Week. Thanks to @PAHO/WHO for posting this photo and more on their Twitter account.

UN peacekeepers painted children’s faces during a festival in Lebanon. Thanks to UN Peacekeeping for posting this picture on their Facebook page. You can read more about United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) and the spring celebrations on their website.

World Food Programme worked with mothers at a food distribution at a community hospital in Bangui, Central African Republic. Thanks to @WFP for posting this photo and more on their Twitter account.

Thanks to Hobert (@Hobert_), a former major in the Brazilian army, for sending us this photo taken during his service as a UN Peacekeeper in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

“Prevention is better than cure.” Thanks to Ugandan artists Bebe Cool and  Juicy Mutyaba for partnering with @UNICEFUganda for raising awareness about the importance of vaccination in this music video.

What’s your priority?  These Finnish soccer players are voting for sport! Thanks to UN Office on Sport for Development and Peace (UNOSDP) for posting this photo and more on their Twitter account.  You can vote, too! Take the MY World survey.

Celebrities are also getting into the act.  Aamir Khan has also voted for the the changes he’d like to see. Thanks to @MYWorld2015 for posting this and more on their Twitter account.

Our UN Mine Action Service colleagues posted this photo on their Twitter account (@MineAction) of women attending the mine risk education session in Benghazi city. See more photos from Libya here.

Delivering food to families in Jonglei State, a remote part of South Sudan, means driving through this mess. Thanks to the World Food Programme for sharing this photo of their staff hard at work on their Twitter account (@WFP).

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