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UNICEF
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UNICEF 7h
When lockdowns started, reaching Afghan women and girls became harder. UNICEF partnered with local women’s organizations for the much-needed two way-communications and support they need.
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UNICEF Media 8h
How many school-age children have access to the internet in their homes? Find out in our new joint report with launching 00:01 GMT 1 December 2020. DM today for an embargoed copy.
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UNICEF 10h
It’s more than a phone call It’s more than a message It’s showing you care As many of us practise physical distancing or stay at home, feeling connected can be hard. Check in on friends and family. You can still be there, even when you’re not there IRL.
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UNICEF 19h
Stop the fear-mongering. Stop the stigmatization. Stop the repudiation. Stop the prejudices. Stop the bullying. Stop the hatred. Stop the slurs. Stay human.
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UNICEF 23h
We all agree that children are worthy of care - that no girl or boy should suffer pain, disability or death from a preventable disease. This universal belief has driven immense progress in global vaccinations. Let it propel us to a future where every child is safe.
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UNICEF Nov 29
Teachers like Ivonaldo in rural Brazil have been struggling to reach their students and provide schooling amidst the pandemic. Despite the challenges, they are doing everything they can to help children continue learning.
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UNICEF Nov 29
Four tips to support your child’s mental health 👇 1️⃣ Encourage them to share their feelings 2️⃣ Take the time to support them 3️⃣ Work through conflict together 4️⃣ Care for yourself
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UNICEF Nov 28
An entire generation of teens is speaking up and out for equality. These are the stories of five teen girls and what they’ve done to create change.
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UNICEF Nov 28
Annet walked to her nearest health centre because she was determined to protect her baby from measles. She even offered to carry one of her neighbour's twins. During , we're urging governments to continue life-saving immunizations for other diseases.
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UNICEF Nov 28
This UNICEF-supported project is helping girls shoot for the stars in Kazakhstan by helping them build and launch nanosatellites into space.
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UNICEF Nov 28
Important reminder: Stop the stigma. We cannot let shame and discrimination continue to stand in the way of young people seeking the help they need to protect their mental health and wellbeing.
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UNICEF Nov 27
Five things you need to know about biodiversity and its importance for children.
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UNICEF Nov 27
Last year, 96% of children were vaccinated in Europe and Central Asia, compared to just 66% in West and Central Africa. Now, is widening the gap. We’re urging the global community to help countries that are struggling. True progress is shared by all.
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Devex Nov 26
.'s vaccine deputy explains what logistical hurdles need to be overcome — and what opportunities exist — as the agency prepares to help roll out vaccines, as early as the next few months. reports. ⬇️
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UNICEF Nov 27
21-year-old Alexei Dudoladov has to climb a birch tree to attend his online classes, as the internet connection is very weak in his remote Siberian village. We must bridge the digital divide and reimagine education and young person.
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Henrietta H. Fore Nov 25
Important piece by 's Programme Director Sanjay Wijesekera on how cash transfers help reduce gender-based violence.
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António Guterres Nov 24
Violence against women & girls is a global emergency requiring urgent action at all levels, in all spaces & by all people. On Wednesday's International Day to End Violence against Women I reiterate my appeal to end this shadow pandemic once & for all.
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UN Women Nov 25
"We have already made much progress in highlighting violence against women and girls as one of the most pressing issues of our time. But we must go further – much further." - Secretary-General
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UNICEF Nov 27
More children than ever are affected by conflict, natural disasters and displacement. Now is making a bad situation worse. We’re calling on governments to increase and maintain funding for emergencies. We must work together to reimagine a safer world .
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UNICEF Nov 26
We have a new career platform! Visit UNICEF Careers today to learn about our culture and values, apply for jobs, and read inspiring stories of our staff. Promoting the rights of every child isn’t just a job - it’s a calling.
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