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Reminder: be kind to yourself.
If you're struggling with your mental health, take time to unwind and do the little things that make you feel better. It can make a world of difference.
#OnMyMind #MentalHealthAction https://t.co/jDcmNnl8Yg
“As we kept running to higher ground, we saw the tsunami waves coming in.”
Children, like 14-year-old Vake, have been scarred by the volcanic eruption that shook Tonga last year.
This is how UNICEF is supporting them. https://t.co/XivOnFkGZz
Did you know children who regularly play with their parents are less likely to develop anxiety, depression and sleep problems?
Find out how play strengthens your child’s mental health. #OnMyMind
"Education is important for girls because an educated girl can help her community," says Nouria, 12, who lives in a camp for internally displaced people in Ethiopia.
We must get every child's learning back on track. #LetMeLearn https://t.co/Ebi3Nf8S10
Hawa and Bakhita, two 17-year-olds from Chad, no longer have to miss school when on their periods.
Thanks to menstruation kits provided by UNICEF, girls are able to continue their education and manage their cycles in a healthy and hygienic way. #MenstruationMatters https://t.co/sL4Cta9LJn
RT @IRENA: Call for Applications: I ACT Peer Trainers
Are you a young leader wanting to educate others in your community on climate change, energy & development issues?
The I ACT initiative will empower you to be a peer educator & lead your own workshops.
10-year-old Lourdes is now protected against tetanus and HPV.
Thanks to UNICEF, health teams visit households in the most remote communities in Guatemala to weigh, measure, vaccinate and provide necessary treatment for children. https://t.co/lGfuSycaiz
No matter where they are.
No matter who they are.
No matter what.
Every child has the right to be happy, healthy and safe. #ForEveryChild https://t.co/ep1nRZC7vy
We are working to ensure a healthy future, #ForEveryChild.
In Timor-Leste, UNICEF supports a national routine immunization campaign to protect children from diseases like measles, rubella, pneumonia and polio. https://t.co/rp3vXSi1vH
How do vaccines actually work?
What information can I trust online?
Why are diseases we long thought gone now returning?
In this episode of the “Parenting Refreshed” podcast Dr. @thomsonangus and Dr. @MelissaPalmier6 answer all things immunization.
“Education is the most powerful tool that can change a life," says ten-year-old Bushara at the learning centre in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.
Yet millions of children are not grasping the foundations - from reading to maths. Without urgent action, we face a catastrophe. #LetMeLearn https://t.co/AMk96CRDXv
Whether at school, online or through friends, it’s likely your child has heard about climate change.
This might make them feel scared, anxious or sad.
Here are some tips you can use to talk to them about this crisis.
Vaccination is protection!
In Mumbai, India, Sheetal is being vaccinated by a UNICEF-supported health worker.
UNICEF and partners continue to provide medical services for children across the country. https://t.co/pWrYVDYhgw
“I hope to be a famous wedding photographer one day, taking care of myself and my children,” says Simone, 21, in Côte d’Ivoire.
Thanks to the UNICEF-supported “Girl Power” initiative, Simone discovered her passion and learned photography.
#ForEveryChild, a chance. https://t.co/5p0mQ3ruXx
Bangladesh, Ethiopia, DR Congo and Nigeria are home to a large portion of the world's child brides.
Today, they are pledging targeted action to #EndChildMarriage once and for all.
RT @unicefchief: The outlook for 2023 is shaped by ‘polycrisis.’
The impacts of COVID-19, war, high energy prices, inflation, climate change and food insecurity are taking a toll on children.
This demands a coordinated effort to protect children’s futures. https://t.co/o7O19XOOC8
No access to education
Rising malnutrition rates
Multiple, interconnected crises continue to devastate children's lives. In 2023, we need coordinated action to protect their futures.
Being a parent is one of the most important jobs in the world.
Our new podcast series, “Parenting Refreshed”, aims to help caregivers navigate raising a child during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic. Tune in now.
It takes courage to share what's really on your mind.
If you're struggling with your mental health, talk to someone you trust. It's the first step to getting the support you need and deserve. #OnMyMind https://t.co/DN0AsUgExj
8-year-old Collin from Uganda is no longer thirsty when he’s at school.
A solar-powered water system, built by UNICEF, means that students have sustainable access to safe drinking water and improved sanitation and hygiene practices. https://t.co/sYyqm51EOI
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