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UNICEF Feb 21
Girls can do any - and every - thing! These bright young women share their top tips for every girl to succeed.
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Generation Unlimited 19h
“I used to not show anyone my writing. But my teacher encouraged me to develop it and reach my goals.” During the holidays, 16-year-old Alaa published two articles in her local newspaper in . Now she’s back to school and chasing her dreams. ✏️ 📰 🎒
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Ezekiel Jerry Feb 22
Every Abia child deserves quality education. Increase the budget for education in Abia State.
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IG: iAmAburoLukaku 💪🚨🇳🇬 Feb 14
Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.
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Josh|#GenUnlimited Feb 21
Replying to @Roberto_Benes @UNDESA
I love the "if we let them". Sometimes it feels that world leaders are deliberately stopping young people from leading change or contributing to the world around them. Youth tokenism needs to stop.
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Ehiogu juliet Feb 18
.. Children in some local govt in Edo state, are not privileged to go to schools because of poverty.. Please come to their aids local government like orhionmwom in igbanke Edo state. God bless you sir..
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IG: iAmAburoLukaku 💪🚨🇳🇬 Feb 14
Replying to @Akintola_jr
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Amnah Umair Feb 19
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Alaka🔌 Feb 14
Every child deserves education. None should be left behind.
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Generation Unlimited 3h
👏 These young Syrian created new clothes for people with disabilities in Za-atari Camp, Jordan. “These clothes are designed to solve the challenges we face when getting dressed and give us independence," says Daham, 22.
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E-zrael Ani Feb 14
Replying to @Bhadoosky
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fatimah ogunjimi Feb 19
we need quality education for all children not just the rich
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Henrietta H. Fore Feb 22
Prospects for young people have improved, but not everywhere. Unequal access to education means unequal opportunities and lost potential. 's World Youth Report has more:
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Suzie Pappas Feb 21
The moment your team is selected to go on to compete in the global challenge 👍
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Roberto Benes Feb 21
Young people can lead the way to more sustainable, inclusive and stable societies. This new report shows how can change the world - only if we let them:
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Generation Unlimited Feb 20
The are our chance to create a more peaceful and prosperous world. So what do they mean for young people? Don't miss this landmark report from .
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Benjamin Perks Feb 20
Students in North Macedonia have developed a digital app to help in schools as part of .
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UreportNigeria Feb 20
Never doubt how powerful and wonderful you are!
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UNICEF Sudan Feb 19
Today it’s their UNICEF bags 💼 tomorrow it WILL be their university degrees 👩🏾‍🎓 , Education! Empower a girl 👧🏾 🧕🏾change the world 🌍 💪🏾 Sudan’s
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Generation Unlimited Feb 19
“When someone tells you that nothing will change and that no one cares, do not believe them! I was surrounded by 50 young people who worked very hard... they believe in the power of change and a better tomorrow.” - Suncica, 23, at the Youth Challenge, Montenegro.
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