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Henrietta H. Fore
The official account of Executive Director Henrietta H. Fore. Championing the rights of & young people around the world.
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UNICEF Oct 18
Millions of children in Yemen could soon be without food or water as economic crisis deepens and Hudaydah violence drags on.
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Henrietta H. Fore Oct 18
On my visit to Thailand, I had the opportunity to see the “Art for the Future” exhibition. It was a pleasure seeing the work of young artists, who are using art to shine a light on the challenges children and young people face around the world.
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Henrietta H. Fore Oct 18
The only way out of Yemen’s nightmare is to establish peace through a comprehensive political resolution. continues its call on parties to the conflict and those who have influence over them to abide by their legal obligations to stop attacks.
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UNICEF Oct 17
Devastating. Every child should feel safe, no matter where they are. We must in schools.
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Henrietta H. Fore Oct 16
Today, 30 tonnes of emergency education materials arrived for children and young people affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi, Indonesia. is supporting the Ministry of Education and Culture to restore schooling .
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Henrietta H. Fore Oct 16
Outraged by news that midwife Hauwa Mohammed Liman was executed in . I join in condemning her killing. My heart goes out to her family. I call for the immediate release of the remaining hostages. Humanitarian workers are not a target.
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Henrietta H. Fore Oct 15
On my recent trip to India I got to meet these young Handwashing Champions. When children wash their hands with soap after going to the toilet or before eating, they reduce their risk of getting diarrhoea by around 40%.
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UNICEF Oct 14
Washing hands with soap and water is one of the most effective and inexpensive ways to prevent diseases. It’s , spread the word!
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Henrietta H. Fore Oct 15
Today, I met with young people in Thailand on - a new partnership to ensure every young person is in education training or employment by 2030. Young people are any country’s most important resource — so, let's work together to leave them a legacy of hope.
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Henrietta H. Fore Oct 14
It’s been 228 days since Hauwa and Alice, two dedicated health workers, have been abducted. To the group who kidnapped them and is threatening to execute them: Please have mercy. To anyone with influence: Please help release them.
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Henrietta H. Fore Oct 13
The best way to build tomorrow’s human capital is by investing in today’s people — especially in children and young people, across both decades.
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Henrietta H. Fore Oct 11
I’m a champion, because I believe we have a duty to eradicate the greatest global challenges facing the world today: poverty and rising inequality. The best way to do this is to invest in children and young people.
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Henrietta H. Fore Oct 11
I couldn’t agree more.
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Henrietta H. Fore Oct 11
Problem-solving. Asserting herself. Daring to dream. These are the skills I believe every girl needs to succeed. On , share yours.
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Henrietta H. Fore Oct 11
. and have joined forces to fight poverty and promote the health and well-being of children and young people in Asia and the Pacific. Together, we can help put children and young people on the path to a better future.
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UNICEF Oct 11
Game changers. World shapers. Girls can do any - and every - thing! On , these bright young women share their top tips for every girl to succeed.
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Henrietta H. Fore Oct 11
During my visit in Japan I was honoured to speak at a reception organised by the Japan Parliamentary League for , led by President . We appreciate your generous support and strong leadership .
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Henrietta H. Fore Oct 11
Empower a girl, change the world. There are 600 million adolescent girls in the world, imagine what they could do with the right technology.
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Henrietta H. Fore Oct 11
Globally, 130m girls are out of school. At the current rate, by 2030, more than half of the world’s primary and lower secondary aged girls will not be on track to achieve basic literacy and numeracy. Together, we can and must change this.
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António Guterres Oct 10
Roughly 1/4 young people, most of them girls and women, are neither employed nor in education or training. We need to expand opportunities so that girls can access a full range of occupations on equal terms.
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