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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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Generation Unlimited Feb 17
“Girls can do things just like boys. I finished a dress. I want to do a university degree and work. I want to be employed when I grow up. Only education will make us stronger.” - Wa-ed, 16, at a training centre for Syrian in Jordan.
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Henrietta H. Fore 13h
"Be vocal and keep going." I couldn’t agree more with , the founder of the campaign to end period poverty:
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UNICEF 14h
Violence, instability & chronic underdevelopment have devastated children’s lives in the Central African Republic. The peace agreement signed by the government & other parties to the conflict is a welcome step towards lasting peace.
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Takeda Feb 13
Our shared commitment can change the world: in our Leaders in Global Health interview series, Executive Director Ms. Henrietta H. Fore offers insights into how partnerships such as that with can give children a chance at life.
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Henrietta H. Fore 17h
Replying to @unicefchief
For too long, violence, instability and chronic underdevelopment have devastated children’s lives in the Central African Republic. There are concrete steps that can help translate the peace agreement into meaningful action for children.
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Henrietta H. Fore 17h
The peace agreement signed by the Government of the Central African Republic and other parties to the conflict is a welcome step towards lasting peace and the hope of a better future for the country’s children.
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Henrietta H. Fore Feb 17
A car bomb in Syria almost took 16-year-old Shuaib’s life, but he is recovering and determined to become an engineer. His inspiring message to other young people? "Pursue your ambitions, work on your skills and never give up, no matter what.”
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Henrietta H. Fore Feb 17
Cyberbullying is a growing global problem. Young people are speaking out. This is the change they want to see. online.
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Henrietta H. Fore Feb 17
We must not allow violence and conflict to become the new normal. We call on leaders to scale up support to , allow unrestricted access to children in need, respect international humanitarian law & to come together to end these destructive conflicts.
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Henrietta H. Fore Feb 16
DRC - "We need to build knowledge about the disease, so that mothers, fathers, children and communities can break transmission chains. Getting information and response out early on is key to saving lives."
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Henrietta H. Fore Feb 16
This is what happened when we asked young people what it’s like growing up online.
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Henrietta H. Fore Feb 16
We have reached over half a million children with better quality education in the Syria crisis region, thanks to the partnership between , and partners. Grateful to for the continued leadership to protect children impacted by the Syria crisis.
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Henrietta H. Fore Feb 16
The first month of life is the most vulnerable period for every baby. is working with partners to provide essential training for health care workers, adequate equipment and vaccines in Iraq.
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UNICEF Yemen Feb 15
Our vaccinators need strong legs! 🗻🥾🥾 With support, they walk on rocky paths several hours a day to give a chance to children living in remote areas to get vaccinated and be protected from preventable diseases, here in , .
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Generation Unlimited Feb 14
💡 This young innovator designed a new way for his niece, who is deaf, to communicate with anyone.
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Henrietta H. Fore Feb 16
Replying to @UNICEF
. calls on the international community, academia, and the private sector to make a concerted effort to connect those without access to technology and provide young people with the skills they need to shape the future they want.
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Henrietta H. Fore Feb 16
Together with CEO Tariq Al Gurg, we launched the Dubai Declaration on Early Childhood Development in UAE. It is inexpensive and effective. We need both public and private sectors to move the needle for children and young people.
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Henrietta H. Fore Feb 16
Promising visit to the UAE where we met with highest authorities in Abu Dhabi and Dubai . UAE is a major partner to . There is strong potential to take relations to new levels & make a difference for children and young people in the Middle East.
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Henrietta H. Fore Feb 15
I am inspired by 14-year-old Ayate’s bravery. She was pressured to get married to a man she had never met. Thanks to support from the gender club at her school, Ayate had the courage to say no, and continue her education.
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Henrietta H. Fore Feb 15
Girls show off their skills during a training program for youth affected or infected by HIV in Cote d’Ivoire. The right skills opens doors for every young person.
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