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It’s more important than ever to focus on our mental health.
Here’s how you can help support your family during the COVID-19 pandemic. https://t.co/ZIzKYfGhGD
"We made it out just in time.” Meddesha cradles her daughter after fleeing a violent volcanic eruption in the Caribbean island of Saint Vincent.
Within 24 hours UNICEF provided an estimated 9,000 people, including children, with access to safe water and sanitation supplies. https://t.co/TMkVEmLizd
Joining loved ones
To design better migration policies, we have to listen to children on the move. https://t.co/4xP33skbNN
RT @unicefchief: Getting COVID-19 vaccines off the tarmac and delivered to difficult-to-reach populations requires concerted, coordinated effort and dedicated funding.
#OnlyTogether can we ensure fair and affordable access for all. https://t.co/ZX0nPJxOQ9
Clairine, 15, and Jean Judy, 13, attend a catch-up class at their school in Madagascar.
As students return to their classrooms, they will need support to readjust & catch up on their learning. School reopening plans must incorporate efforts to recover children’s lost education. https://t.co/g1FpuojIrR
RT @UNICEFAfrica: "The only way out of this pandemic for all of us is to ensure vaccination is available to all of us. None of us are safe until all of us are safe."
-Aboubacry Tall, @Unicefniger Representative.
Through COVAX, #COVID19 vaccines have arrived in Niger, bringing hope to all. https://t.co/JMEhoabjUk
Thank you @RealHughJackman for showing us that you don't need super powers to protect yourself and others from COVID-19.
#VaccinesWork #Vaccinated https://t.co/ap9Oxe4UQ7
RT @UNICEFRomania: "I realise that disability is not incapacity – it’s about having different abilities. With the right kind of support from parents, teachers, friends – there are few boundaries. Just talent and adapting at play."
Read the story here: https://t.co/YbEUwv2D97
COVID-19 has affected every aspect of our lives, including our mental health.
UNICEF is proud to be a founding partner in the first-ever #MentalHealthAction Day on Thursday, May 20th. Learn more about the day and the steps you can take to support your well-being.
Little Adut was so sick and thin because of lack of food in South Sudan. This is how she's doing now.
Your support for UNICEF's life-saving malnutrition prevention and treatment programmes is more important than ever. Thank you. @unicefssudan https://t.co/ONw9BiYR6X
We asked 1,300 children on the move in the Horn of Africa about their migration experiences - so we can better protect and support them.
Here's what they said. https://t.co/Z9DZbmx5A2
RT @unicef_bissau: Touchdown 🛬
@UNICEF and partners have delivered to the Government of Guinea-Bissau the first consignment of 28,800 #COVID19 vaccines through the #COVAX mechanism, which is a global initiative making sure vaccines are available to ALL countries.
COVID-19 threatens to reverse hard-earned gains in girls’ education. Even before the pandemic, millions were out of school globally. Now, more will never return.
We must protect every girl's right to learn & break down the barriers preventing them from choosing their own futures. https://t.co/sxZnNboPdP
Our hearts are with children and families who have been impacted, especially those who lost their loved ones.
@Unicefniger on the recent fire in a school in Niamey that sadly took the lives of at least 20 children. https://t.co/PfDtLIyUbq
Managing mental health can be a battle. No child should face it alone. Governments must step up to provide greater investment in, and access to, #MentalHealth services. https://t.co/CYiagntFcD
Should you breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Absolutely. Breastmilk is rich in nutrients and antibodies - helping protect babies from infections, diarrhoea and pneumonia. https://t.co/DXto21Z6H8
This girl in South Sudan is getting water close to her school.
The world is in a water crisis, and children’s lives and futures are at risk. We must take action now to ensure a water-secure future #ForEveryChild. https://t.co/cOdySjUxDO
RT @MelissaFleming: As a big believer in the power of human stories, I was deeply moved by @UNICEF's @AbouKampo's experiences from the field.
On Awake At Night, he recounts the harrowing story of nurturing his patient Irene, a victim of violent rape, back to life. https://t.co/1gAlJ1xYIJ https://t.co/CmGaNUHmw5
In #CaboDelgado, Mozambique:
Horrific stories of kidnap and gender-based violence
One third of the population is displaced
A serious risk of cholera and malnutrition
We need access and funding to help families and children. @UNICEF_Moz
School closures can have devastating effects, especially for girls who are more likely to drop out and never return.
The chance to learn can change a child’s life and reduce the risk of child labour, early marriage, violence and abuse. Reopening schools is critical. https://t.co/87ry43e89e
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