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More than 1.57 billion children have been affected by COVID-19 related school closures.
As schools reopen, UNICEF is working with governments and partners to invest in better schools - and reach the most vulnerable children. https://t.co/DLwHHYUg2A
RT @UNICEF_ECA: UNICEF stands ready to support all actions that protect & promote the rights & wellbeing of children in #Belarus https://t.co/8B0X0ri0NS
RT @unicefchief: UNICEF stands ready to support all actions that protect and promote the rights and well-being of Belarus’ children.
RT @antonioguterres: I'm pleased that polio vaccination campaigns have resumed in Afghanistan & Pakistan, after having been disrupted by #COVID19.
It is important to find safe ways to continue delivering vaccines, even during the pandemic. https://t.co/DTxVJ3XuS8
16 teen girls from 9 different countries used their phones to film their lives and share their fears and hopes for the future. These are the stories that need to be heard as we reimagine a better world #ForEveryChild. https://t.co/aj0JGepyqS
RT @MohamedFall: The grenade attack in #Burundi which killed several #Children - who were watching TV - is a deplorable assault in a civilian setting. Schools & public places must be respected as zones of peace and safe havens for children. @unicefprotects @UNHumanRights. https://t.co/PWskjQme78
RT @unicefchief: The #Beirut explosions have created additional trauma for the children of Lebanon who also have to cope with the impact of a steep economic crisis and a raging pandemic.
@UNICEF and partners have been on the ground from day one, but we need your support. https://t.co/npLDnjbLj2
Check out this clever, comfortable and affordable way to make a mask from nine-year-old Sophonie in Haiti as we all do our bit to slow the spread of #COVID19.
Our action for families affected by the #Beirut explosions, COVID-19 and economic collapse is only possible with your help.
We thank you from the bottom of our hearts. https://t.co/j5b1su573H
In episode four of ‘Coping with #COVID19’, the girls tell us about the kind of world they would like to see. https://t.co/VxrFzd0pqz
Behind every mask, there’s a smile.
Souleman may only be four, but he’s eager to continue studying to achieve all his dreams. Children in Côte d’Ivoire painted their face to raise awareness about the importance of wearing a mask to slow the spread of COVID-19.
RT @UNICEF_Yemen: Because every child deserves a healthier life, more than 18 tons of vaccines arrived today through #Sanaa International Airport. They will be used to vaccinate more than 250,000 children under 1 during the routine immunization activities across #Yemen.
Handwashing facilities are crucial to protecting children from #COVID19, but millions of schools around the world don’t have them.
To reopen schools safely, we have to turn our efforts to hand hygiene.
Imagine a where all schools can provide safe drinking water, soap and toilets for their students. Together, we can make this a reality. #WASHinSchools
RT @unicefchief: We must prioritize children’s learning. This means making sure that schools are safe to reopen – including with access to hand hygiene, clean drinking water and safe sanitation. https://t.co/F7JuNXo8yX
RT @UNICEFPacific: The @UN_Pasifika #PacificUnite #SavingLivesTogether virtual concert premieres this Saturday, August 15, when communities across the Pacific will stand in solidarity against #COVID19.
Where will YOU be watching from? https://t.co/Y5g04sRy50
Girls have the potential to transform the world — but we have to invest in them to make it happen. Economically and socially, it makes sense to help girls realize their right to learn, train, and enter the workplace as equals. @unicefchief https://t.co/niJwg0auKd
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