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UNICEF 2h
Happy? Scared? Excited? Children going back to school after COVID-19 shutdowns are likely to be experiencing a range of emotions. As we all navigate the uncertainty caused by school reopenings, this is what parents can do to help protect their child's mental health.
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UNICEF 6h
This unit, which specialised in treating newborns, was totally destroyed by the Beirut explosions. As overwhelmed health workers face the double impact of the disaster and COVID-19, UNICEF is urgently working with partners to restock medical supplies and secure vaccines.
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UNICEF Sudan 12h
Today marks the start of . Wearing a mask in public, hand washing and physical distancing help slow the spread of 🦠 So let’s 😷 7-years-old Noor says 👍🏾 to wearing masks in public!
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UNICEF 12h
The needs of families affected by the Beirut explosions are immediate and they are huge. We are on the ground providing urgent medical supplies, water and psychological support. Help us reach up to 80,000 children displaced by the disaster by donating today.
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UN Geneva 15h
“With large swathes of Beirut unfit to live in, the country’s principle port all but destroyed and the health system on its knees, the situation is really dire." , , and brief the media on the situation and ongoing relief efforts in .
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UNICEF 14h
Mask on! This little one proudly wears his mask after a awareness session in Mauritania. Every child needs to have access to adequate healthcare and health education to protect themselves and others from the virus.
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UNICEF Yemen 17h
Our thoughts are with the families of the children who were killed & injured in yesterday’s attack in Al Jawf. This tragedy is a shocking reminder that children in carry the heaviest burden of the conflict- they deserve peace.
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Ted Chaiban 17h
Nearly 80,000 children lost their homes and are displaced due to the . Some children have been separated from family members; some of whom are still missing. Our teams on the ground are supporting their reunification with their families.
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UNICEF 17h
In episode three of ‘Coping with COVID-19,’ the girls tell us about their friends, their childhoods, and what they think about child marriage.
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UNICEF 18h
Up to 100,000 children are estimated to have had their homes damaged or destroyed by the explosions. Many more will be affected by damaged schools and hospitals. This is what is doing to support.
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António Guterres Aug 6
As the world responds to & recovers from , we have a generational opportunity to reimagine education. We need investment in digital literacy and infrastructure, and an evolution in how we teach and learn.
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UNICEF 22h
From Bhutan and China to Côte d’Ivoire and Egypt, schools are reopening their doors after closures. This is how UNICEF is helping schools reopen better - and reach the most vulnerable children.
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UNICEF Aug 6
When schools are closed, children miss out on more than learning. Countries must prioritize schools in their reopening plans and the best interest of every child must be paramount.
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UNICEF Aug 6
We can build a healthier world - and it starts from birth. By helping more mothers to breastfeed exclusively for their baby’s first six months, we can save the lives of 820,000 children every year. It very much depends on skilled advice from a trained health worker.
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Henrietta H. Fore Aug 6
Replying to @UNICEFLebanon
. is working around the clock, with partners, to scale up support to children and families affected by the explosions in Beirut.
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UNICEF Aug 6
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This is what is doing to respond to the urgent needs of families and children affected by the explosions in .
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United Nations Aug 6
As countries begin to reopen schools amid the pandemic, parents & children alike are feeling anxious & uncertain. has tips on how you can support your child's mental health as they return to the classroom.
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UNICEF Aug 6
A brutal explosion in has injured over 4,000 people - and displaced hundreds of thousands more. UNICEF is on the ground working with partners to secure urgent medical supplies and provide psychosocial support to children. Donate today.
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Henrietta H. Fore Aug 6
For a healthier world, we need to give all mothers the resources and knowledge to breastfeed. Skilled breastfeeding counsellors can be the source of encouragement and wisdom that mothers need to help give their babies the best start in life.
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UNICEF Supply Division Aug 6
. is on the ground providing assistance and supporting to take out what remains of stored medicines and vaccines from a warehouse at the severely damaged port of 🔗 Every donation counts 💙👉🔗
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