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Across Africa, UNICEF works to help children survive and thrive.
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James Elder Sep 20
The signs - and energy - say it All. - it's totally wrong for children to endure worst of But people will be heard.
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James Elder Sep 20
underway in Nairobi. Wonderful diversity of people & ages. No Fossil Fools here. Great passion. Real action
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UNICEF Africa Sep 19
Climate change is happening NOW and it’s up to you help stop it! Join the between the 20th-27th of September. Check out the link below to see if there is an event near you.
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James Elder Sep 19
What does the mean to ? A reversal of so, so much progress made for children, by countries, by their communities, & by their parents. Let’s not let that happen!
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UNICEF Africa Sep 19
What are the greatest threats facing children? UNICEF’s Chief of Communication for Eastern & Southern Africa discusses an Open Letter from UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore Watch here
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UNICEF Africa Sep 17
By the year 2100, HALF of the world’s children will live in Africa! 👦🏿👶🏽👦🏽👶🏼. We need to start paying attention to the issues children face. Check out UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore's open letter about the world's most pressing issues for .
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Henrietta H. Fore Sep 17
The children of today are facing a set of challenges and global shifts that were unimaginable to their parents. They have already created movements in search of solutions. World leaders must follow their lead.
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UNICEF Sep 17
“Your generation, the children of today, are facing new challenges and global shifts that were unimaginable to your parents. As we look back on 30 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, we should also look ahead." in an open letter .
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UNICEF Africa Sep 17
Tackling climate change starts with YOU! Become aware of your own behaviours and see if there might be a better way of doing things 🤔 Carry your own shopping bags, buy local, spread the word!
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James Elder Sep 17
The clock is ticking. For our climate. And for Global ...Did you know that under the age of 5 will endure 90% of the increases in disease due to climate change – more & dengue a sustainable future
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UNICEF Africa Sep 17
A big shout out to and ! Check out how students at the University of Johannesburg name as many children's rights as they can in 30 seconds!
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UNICEF Ethiopia Sep 16
, a champion For , we are sharing Eric's inspiring story on his journey from a child refugee to child protection specialist and an advocate against gender based violence 👉
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UNICEF Africa Sep 16
Replying to @UNICEFAfrica
Remember to include your first name and country in your response. Share your video on Twitter with the hashtag, Youth Summit
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UNICEF Africa Sep 16
Can’t make it to the Summit but still have an urgent message? Participate virtually! Record a short video answering these two questions: 1). What are you doing to lead climate action? 2.) What do you want leaders to do at the UN Climate Action Summit?
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UNICEF Africa Sep 16
Replying to @MaryMendenhall1
Children face numerous challenges in accessing quality education in emergency contexts. In our 10th Dr. from Columbia University addresses how we can make learning more accessible during an emergency.
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UNICEF Africa Sep 16
This we are excited to launch our 10th on Education in Emergencies with . Stay tuned for more.
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UNICEF South Sudan Sep 15
Sunday, fun day! Here is our daily dose of happiness - South Sudanese children jumping for joy as they’re excited to reach their full potential.
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UNICEF Africa Sep 13
Check out how Olympic champion, motivates Burundian children as they go back to school 📚🍎!
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Henrietta H. Fore Sep 11
Ahead of the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, Member States have an opportunity to reaffirm their commitment to child rights. 30 governments have already supported the global pledge .
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Greta Thunberg Sep 12
“I think what we should do as individuals is to use the power of democracy to make our voices heard and to make sure that the people in power actually cannot continue to ignore this.” A clip from last night’s interview on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.
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