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Henrietta H. Fore 7m
A big THANK YOU to young people for raising their voices and to , , Millie Bobby Brown and Orlando Bloom for their ongoing support. In just 10 days we received over 1 MILLION responses to our poll on violence in schools. Together, we can
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No student should feel this afraid to go back to school.
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Three-year-old twin brothers Hassan and Hossain smile with their mother Rozina and grandfather Jilu in Monapara, Bangladesh. Rozina regularly takes the boys to a UNICEF-supported community clinic where she finds advice, medication and support.
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Henrietta H. Fore 11h
If we get it right, the Famine Action Mechanism is an opportunity to not only treat those children affected more quickly — but to invest in resilient systems that can dramatically reduce the impact on children.
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We reached more than 12.5 million children with learning materials last year. This little one is happily reading at a UNICEF-supported school in . , education.
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Henrietta H. Fore 15h
The development of any nation requires a healthy and productive population. Millions of children living in famine-prone areas are missing out on this opportunity because of malnutrition. With tragic consequences to their bodies, their brains, and their futures.
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Generation Unlimited 22h
“People are still biased that maths and science are only meant for guys. The Techno Girl internship really boosted my confidence.” - Nokulunga, 19, South Africa. stands with as it supports and empowers girls.
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Having a work-family balance isn’t just the responsibility of parents. It’s the responsibility of businesses too.
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UNICEF Mali Sep 20
Children in have a vision of their ideal school. It’s a school that’s safe, protective and lets kids learn and dream. 5 young artists show us what that means to them. in schools. © UNICEF Mali/2018/Hoornaert
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UN Youth Envoy 18h
It was a pleasure speaking at the Summit today with Lily Singh ! We spoke about many things but most important were: ⭐️Power of social media to create social change ⭐️Education ⭐️Equality for girls and young women!
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Our Goodwill Ambassador Lilly Singh shares her experience of meeting students affected by violence in South Africa.
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Henrietta H. Fore 19h
A pleasure to meet New Zealand Prime Minister, at the Social Good Summit. Today, we're calling for more support for working parents. Investing in children’s earliest years is critical to the growth of societies and economies.
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Young people deserve a quality education. We must make sure that schools are violence free. Our Goodwill Ambassador, at today's Social Good Summit.
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Henrietta H. Fore 20h
Family-friendly policies, such as paid parental leave, breastfeeding breaks, childcare and child grants, aren’t just good for children and parents, they’re good for business too. This is why →
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"We must redesign and rethink our workplaces to give parents the time and support they need to give their children the best start in life." live at the Summit:
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Watch live! UNICEF Executive Director, and New Zealand Prime Minister, on how governments and businesses can do more to help support parents. .
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We want more family-friendly policies for working parents, and we mean business! Watch live at today’s Summit with Henrietta H. Fore, and New Zealand PM, . Starting now →
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1. Day. To. Go. and Goodwill Ambassador will be at the to officially launch with and . Tune in LIVE 👉
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Nutrition. Love. Play. Learn why with Dr. Pia Britto and 's Grover!
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UNICEF Sep 23
Back to school for children in Laos! 🎒✏️📏😄 , education.
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