Jalaluddin, 11, is delighted to receive soap as part of UNICEF’s COVID-19 response in Afghanistan.
Help UNICEF get soap, clean water and other urgent health services to children today. Each donation will be matched by @PANDORA_Corp, up to $1M. 👇
We’re racing to provide soap and lifesaving medical supplies to support vulnerable families affected by COVID-19 across the world.
Help save a life. Each donation will be matched by @PANDORA_Corp, up to $1M. 👇
Last year, between a quarter and a third of the world's young children were stunted or wasted - too short or too thin. Now, the impacts of #COVID19 are pushing even more into hunger.
Children need nothing less than a transformation of food systems. uni.cf/2DDrf0W
COVID-19 has highlighted just how dire the need is for access to clean water and hygiene facilities, especially in communities affected by conflict.
We must continue to scale up efforts to provide every child the vital supplies & services they deserve, no matter where they live.
As we respond to COVID-19, we’re also providing food, shelter and other lifesaving support to children and their families living in conflict zones and crowded camps.
Help save lives by donating today. Every donation will be matched by @PANDORA_Corp, up to $1M.
Overcrowded detention centres can elevate the risk of coming into contact with #COVID19, so for the youth held for minor offenses in Bangladesh, virtual courts have been set up to send children home.
What’s your favourite thing about nature? Margot, 4, is making grand discoveries in New York, United States of America, where she has been staying at home with her family to slow the spread of #COVID19.
Nkosi has been fighting for the environment since he was ten years old, when he saw the changes unfolding near his home in Zimbabwe. He wants the entire world to share his passion, and remember to take #climateaction as we continue to battle #COVID19.
With millions at home, cooking has become a lot more common. The #ChefsChallenge encourages young people to try their hand at it, creating healthy meals and sharing their experiences - read more.
As midwives face COVID-19, they are helping bring new life into the world too.
UNICEF is supporting mothers and newborns with lifesaving care and vaccines.
Join us and help save lives. Every $ will be matched by @PANDORA_Corp, up to $1M.
Young people are seeing the world transform before their eyes – and they’re reimagining what it can become. With dreams of improved healthcare, climate action and equity, they don’t want the world to go back to normal – they want it to be better. uni.cf/2ObDxjd
Nana Kwadwo proudly shows off his artwork from a school assignment at home in Ghana.
UNICEF has been supporting the design of remote learning programmes in Ghana to make sure that children continue learning as they stay home during the #COVID19 pandemic. @UNICEFGhana
An artist is born!
Four-year-old Abdul drew a rainbow to participate in a remote poster competition offered by his school in Pakistan. During the #COVID19 pandemic, thousands of rainbows around the world continue to fill people with hope.
For migrant and refugee children, a safe place to play and learn is invaluable. During the #COVID19 pandemic, many have lost access to these spaces. We must ensure the most vulnerable are not left behind, no matter the circumstances.
“I like to use technology to solve problems in our community and hopefully inspire others to be kind.”
The internet is always evolving – and internet safety needs to evolve with it. Gitanjali, 14, wants kindness to be the top priority in keeping herself and others safe online.
Seven-year-old Francesca is receiving a check-up at an informal camp for migrants and refugees in Italy.
Help UNICEF reach vulnerable children with quality healthcare during COVID-19 by donating today.
Every donation will be matched by @PANDORA_Corp, up to $1M.
Patience, an early childhood education coordinator in Ghana, hosts the neighbourhood children in her home so they don’t miss out on lessons by not having a television.
We’re grateful for every educator who’s stepped up to help children thrive throughout the #COVID19 lockdown. 💙A
As #COVID?19 continues to spread, Latin America and the Caribbean have become a hotspot of the pandemic.
Most children are being affected. Many of them multiple times. The impact on children will have the most lasting consequences for societies.
Muna, 10, lives in a camp for people displaced by conflict in Yemen.
Help UNICEF reach vulnerable children like Muna with clean water, healthcare and education during COVID-19.
Each donation will be matched by the jewellery brand @PANDORA_Corp, up to $1M.
Veronica is living with HIV in South Sudan but, thanks to her love and determination, her baby is HIV-free.
We know what works: testing, antiretroviral medicines and quality care. To finally end HIV and AIDS, we must expand access to every mother and child. #AIDS2020Virtual
We're joining forces with @UNICEF for the One Love activation 💙 The Marley family will reimagine the iconic anthem One Love for UNICEF’s COVID-19 response.
Every $ donated to UNICEF through the activation will be matched by Pandora up to US$1M.
The #COVID19 pandemic has disrupted life for every single person around the world having a heavy impact on children’s safety, well-being and future. Only by working together can we keep millions of girls and boys healthy, safe and learning.
One planet. 🌎
One humanity. 👶
One love. 💙
Bob Marley’s icon#OneLoveOneHeartart is being reimagined by the Marley family to raise vital funds for UNICEF’s COVID-19 response.
Each donation will be matched by the jewellery bra@PANDORA_Corporp, up to $1M.
We’re thrilled to announce that the Marley family will reimagine Bob Marley’s classic #OneLoveOneHeart in aid of UNICEF’s COVID-19 response.
Help double the love. Thanks to the jewellery brand @PANDORA_Corp every donation will be matched up to $1 million.
“I am looking forward to going there and joining the local school... After that, I hope to go to the university,” says 16-year-old Mehrang* from Afghanistan, one of 49 unaccompanied and migrant children relocated from Greece to Portugal and Finland. unicef.org/press-releases…
When an outbreak of measles hit the children of Samoa, not a single village escaped the impacts, explains @UNICEFPacific.
We must not only ensure access to vaccinations - we must empower parents with the fact that #VaccinesWork.