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Since 1949, UNICEF has worked side-by-side with India to save children’s lives, defend their rights, and help them fulfill their potential.
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UNICEF India 9h
Congratulations! Your leadership and hard work by all officers and partners is ensuring a safer and brighter future in Assam. We look forward to the continuing to work together for children.
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UNICEF India 9h
Together we can ensure , safety
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UNICEF India 10h
Frontline workers have been the real heroes during the pandemic. Their stories have inspired us through these difficult times. Kudos to RJs like RJ Bivaldin who interacted with them to understand their work and how they can support them even further.
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UNICEF India 13h
An online exam left her classmates in tears. Shreya has some strong suggestions on how to give students a better learning experience. , education
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UNICEF India 16h
“हम आपके लिए मास्क पहनते हैं, आप हमारे लिए मास्क पहनिए - जब मैंने स्वास्थ्यकर्मियों से ये सुना तो मैंने भी ऐसा करने का निश्चय कर लिया।” मैं से बचकर बाहर निकला हूँ और मैं सचमुच उनके अत्यंत कठिन और खतरे से भरे काम को सम्मानित करना चाहता हूँ।
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IAMAI 19h
Starting the day with the Inaugural address by Dr. Yasmin Ali Haque,and Introduction to IAMAI Design and Innovation Committee Initiatives by - Apala Lahiri and Dr. Girish Prabhu Join us for the live session:
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UNICEF India 20h
School is more than a building for Nandeesh, a thirteen-year-old student from Karnataka. Here's why he wishes he could go back. , play
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UNESCO New Delhi Oct 28
We all know that mental well-being is an important element of quality education. 🧘‍♀️ 🏫 At we are committed to promoting quality and inclusive education for all. 📚 🗓 30 October '20 ⏳05:00 PM IST Live on FB page
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UNICEF India Oct 28
"अलग-अलग तरह की सूचनाएं परेशानी पैदा करती हैं। मुझे मास्क की उपयोगिता के बारे में पूरी जानकारी नहीं थी, लेकिन अब मैं जानती हूँ कि को ख़त्म करने के लिए मास्क पहनना बहुत ज़रूरी है।” अर्चना सोचती हैं कि मास्क पहनना ज़रूरी है।
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UNICEF India Oct 28
When schools are closed, children miss out on more than learning. Hear from children of Bihar on how they are missing school and learning from home. , education
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UNICEF India Oct 28
छोटी छोटी सावधानियों से हम जिंदगियाँ बचा सकते हैं। मास्क को फेंकते समय सावधानी बरतना बहुत जरूरी है।
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UNICEF India Oct 27
"Online teaching has its own challenges," says Bindhya, a teacher from Karnataka. , education
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UNICEF India Oct 27
नीलेश जैसे युवाओं को मास्क लगाने के महत्व का एहसास है और उन्हें मास्क लगाकर शर्म नहीं आता है। मास्क पहनने के लिए नीलेश आपका शुक्रिया। इनके साथ जुड़े और एक जिम्मेदार भारतीय बनें।
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WHO South-East Asia Oct 26
If a person has been diagnosed with , read 👇🏽 how long s/he should be isolated.
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UNICEF India Oct 27
Learning through radio in times of is essential for children without access to any digital device. India with Bihar Bal Bhawan Kilkari broadcast stories and poems for children in Class 1-8 in regular radio slots and reaching the most vulnerable children.
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UNICEF India Oct 27
जरूरी सूचना। सूती मास्क इस्तेमाल करते समय क्या करें क्या न करें! समय आगया है की हकीकत को स्वीकारें और जिम्मेदार नागरिक बने।
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UNICEF India Oct 26
A joint initiative by the , Eckovation and India - Mera Mobile, Mera Vidyalaya is providing Class 6-12 students with online video lessons and assessments with artificial intelligence to identify learning gaps. , education
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UNICEF India Oct 26
With schools closed due to the pandemic, parents like Kusuma from Karnataka have been doing a great job at coming up with innovative ways to help children learn. , education
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UNICEF India Oct 25
Schools may have closed due to but learning is still happening across Bihar. About 76 lakh children are being reached through the Bihar Education Project Council and India’s Mera Doordarshan Mera Vidyalaya programme on . , education
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