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Sam Mort Retweeted ·  
We must face an uncomfortable truth: children are in school but not learning.

Ahead of #UNGA, @UNICEF is calling on governments to act now to transform education. #LetMeLearn
 
The fear. The panic. The chaos. The uncertainty. The loss. The bewilderment. Afghan children who were caught up in recent flooding spoke to @Hasin_Qayoumi abt what they went through, and how @FCDOGovUK and @EUinAfghanistan is helping @UNICEFAfg to rebuild their lives. 💙
“I was yelling, ‘Mom, help me! Take me out of this flood!’,” says Mustafa, 8, who survived the recent flooding in #Logar Province.

With funding from @FCDOGovUK & @EU_ECHO, @UNICEF is supporting 1,000s of children like Mustafa who have lost everything.
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For every girl, for every boy, whoever she is, wherever he is, an education. @UNICEFAfg advocates every day to get all children in Afghanistan in school learning, playing with their friends, discovering the world & building their futures. We'll never give up. #LetMeLearn #UNGA
 
Sam Mort Retweeted ·  
Retweet if you agree with our new mascot, Uni!

Right now, millions of children are in school but not learning basic skills, like reading and writing. Ahead of #UNGA, UNICEF is calling on world leaders to scale up support for education.

#LetMeLearn
 
📢INTRODUCING Uni, @UNICEF's new mascot, here to say that every child, everywhere has a right to quality education inc. in Afghanistan where high school age girls are still barred from class. @UNICEFAfg continues to advocate to get all children in school, learning. #LetMeLearn 👇
Meet Uni – our new mascot! ✏️🗒️

With the learning crisis affecting millions of students around the world, Uni symbolizes the hope that quality education gives children.

#LetMeLearn #UNGA
 
"The UN in Afghanistan expresses mounting concern about de facto authorities’ actions against Afghan female employees of the UN.The UN urges the DFAs to abide by their obligations to respect the privileges & immunities of the UN & all staff, inc freedom of movement in country."👇
UN in Afghanistan concerned by pattern of incidents of harassment of UN #Afghan female workers by de facto authorities’ security officials, calls for immediate end & for Taliban to respect privileges & immunities of all @UNAfghanistan staff. Read more: bit.ly/3xgqnbv pic.twitter.com/Yu1ubojK1o
 
#Newprofilepic to have one consistent image across website and facebook etc. And because the other one was getting a bit old. What do we think? My husband thinks it exaggerates my frog-spaced eyes too much. Is he right? Can you still write spy books if you look like a 🐸? pic.twitter.com/T0Gsr6Knye
Replying to @HooftLucy
Ummmm. Your husband once told me you were the most beautiful woman in the world.
 
“The consequences of inaction in both the humanitarian and development fronts will be catastrophic and difficult to reverse.” @UNReliefChief on the global imperative to support the people of Afghanistan short term and long term.
#Afghanistan is more than a humanitarian crisis. But it is not a hopeless crisis.

Preserving basic service delivery alongside humanitarian assistance remains the only way to prevent a catastrophe even greater than what we have seen in the past year.

My remarks:
 
What is the most effective way to tackle global poverty? A charity which says it's fastest growing non-profit organisation in the world, gives people cash with no strings attached. "A relatively small amount of money can transform lives" President of @GiveDirectly @RoryStewartUK pic.twitter.com/ujZNUgdQOD
 
What is the most effective way to tackle global poverty? A charity which says it's fastest growing non-profit organisation in the world, gives people cash with no strings attached. "A relatively small amount of money can transform lives" President of @GiveDirectly @RoryStewartUK pic.twitter.com/ujZNUgdQOD
 
How do we do it? @Emmaspero of our epic @UNICEFSupply explains 👇
Children are facing deadly drought in the Horn of Africa.

@UNICEF is on the ground delivering life-saving supplies in efforts to stop it from devastating lives for years to come. pic.twitter.com/Q7YLUqO5vp
 
Recovering from Covid in Islamabad 🤦🏽‍♂️ but sharing this clip from our report last week, featuring a great mobile school serving rural Kandahar set up by @matiullahwesa

Was surprised at how unequivocally fathers we met here (& in Sangin, Helmand) all supported girls education pic.twitter.com/250uM2D2Lu
Fathers, community leaders, religious leaders...all over Afghanistan, they're raising their voices in support of girls' education.
 
24 August 2022, Khoshi District, Logar Province. Muzamel, 1 yr old, visits the nutrition counsellor at the @UNICEFAfg-supported mobile health & nutrition team. It provides services for people displaced by the floods.
"He's not eating well & not taking breastmilk," says his mum. pic.twitter.com/8gnXYkYEgg
Replying to @SamMort9
"I don't have enough nutritious food to eat so I can't produce enough milk." To treat him for malnutrition, he's getting ready to use therapeutic food from the mobile health team. We hope you get stronger each day, Muzamel! Great photo from @Hasin_Qayoumi #ForEveryChild, health
 
24 August 2022, Khoshi District, Logar Province. Muzamel, 1 yr old, visits the nutrition counsellor at the @UNICEFAfg-supported mobile health & nutrition team. It provides services for people displaced by the floods.
"He's not eating well & not taking breastmilk," says his mum.
 
🙏@vogueaustralia & @BBCYaldaHakim for continuing to highlight the rollback of rights for girls in Afghanistan, & for advocating to get them in school to learn, heal, access health programmes, make friends, build their skills & fulfill their potential. @UNICEF @unicefaustralia
“Today more than four million [Afghan] children have not returned to school, the majority of whom are young girls” ⁦⁦@UNICEF⁩ ⁦@SamMort9⁩ speaks to me about the education crisis girls in Afghanistan are facing for ⁦@vogueaustraliapic.twitter.com/MxWEZQ8GNL
 
😥The floods that killed at least 6 children in Khoshi district & devastated families & communities, now bring the threat of diarrhea. Soap✅️ Safe water✅️ Water purification tablets✅️ @UNICEFAfg is on the ground preventing the spread of disease & keeping children safe.
Recent floods have stolen homes and livestock from 20,000 people in Logar, central Afghanistan.

Our colleague @AnneKindrachuk is coordinating @UNICEF support in the area, providing clean water, psychosocial support, soap, and emergency medical care. pic.twitter.com/VhCCzz1Unf
 
It may have fallen off the headlines but the impact of June's devastating earthquake is still being felt, esp by little Halima who lost her sisters. Please listen 👂to this vivid, firsthand account by my fearless @UNICEFAfg colleague @VeronicaHouser2
When I go to sleep at night, I still think about Halima and the sisters she lost in the earthquake, already 2 months past.

Thanks @UN_News_Centre for sharing again @UNICEFAfg's work in Paktika and Khost to bring some relief to families like hers.

news.un.org/en/audio/2022/…
 
"You have to realize that this is not just a simple supply operation, it’s multi-faceted, it’s everything from warm clothes to helping children who have been forced out of school. It’s everything you can imagine."

Beautifully spoken @jangrarup 👏

unicef.org/supply/stories…
 
Aminata Zabré, Head of Nutrition at Sector 6 Health Center in Burkina Faso, is conducting a mass screening for malnutrition.

@UNICEF and partners are aiming to reach hundreds of thousands of acutely malnourished children with lifesaving treatment this year in Burkina Faso. pic.twitter.com/O5XtfxP1vB
Replying to @UNICEFUSA @UNICEF
Great videography & storytelling @omidfazel
 
In reply to @SamMort9
I learned that in Afghanistan, it’s customary for parents-in-law to name the babies. Sherrentaj is grateful her 1st grandbabies were born in a well-equipped health facility & all costs were covered by @WorldBank @goodmelinda #ARTF. “We had to borrow money to get to hospital." pic.twitter.com/NWkYaTe6Kr
Replying to @SamMort9
Dr. Roshan oversees the births in the maternity ward. She’s grateful that the most disadvantaged women can give birth in hospital at no expense. Staff salaries, paid. Operating costs, paid. Medicine, paid. Thank you @WorldBank @goodmelinda #ARTF @AbouKampo @f_shafique
 
Arrived in the maternity ward of the ARTF-supported Jalalabad Prov. Hospital just as these twins were born. Mum beamed w/relief; nurses helped her breastfeed; both grandmothers wrapped the babies in swaddling. No cost, quality healthcare thanks to @goodmelinda @WorldBank #ARTF pic.twitter.com/P2vDtut4j2
Replying to @SamMort9
I learned that in Afghanistan, it’s customary for parents-in-law to name the babies. Sherrentaj is grateful her 1st grandbabies were born in a well-equipped health facility & all costs were covered by @WorldBank @goodmelinda #ARTF. “We had to borrow money to get to hospital."
 
Arrived in the maternity ward of the ARTF-supported Jalalabad Prov. Hospital just as these twins were born. Mum beamed w/relief; nurses helped her breastfeed; both grandmothers wrapped the babies in swaddling. No cost, quality healthcare thanks to @goodmelinda @WorldBank #ARTF
 
سعيدين بالترحيب بممثلة #اليونيسف الجديدة في السلطنة، سعادة سومايرا تشودري (@SumairaAzimC) ونتطلع إلى مواصلة عملنا مع الحكومة العمانية لبناء مستقبل أطفال عُمان ولتحقيق أهداف التنمية المستدامة. pic.twitter.com/WRaYhFaiMi
 
Love the energy radiating from these pics @WillUNICEF! Great work @unicef_aze !
Today the @unicef_aze team was at the #UNSDGCamp #YayFest2022 organized by @Youthfund_Az! We had a great time with 🇦🇿 youth exchanging ideas about #basiclifeskills & #education, which are essential for their success in adult life. We were all so #energized! pic.twitter.com/ayumxYV5vJ
 
A simple, clear & heartfelt message from @UNICEFAfg Representative @Ag_Ayoya to governments, donors & partners 👇Let's put children first & politics second. Thank you 🙏 @rooITV & @itvnews for highlighting the dire humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan affecting 13 million children.
In reply to @itvnews
'Put politics aside and focus on the needs of the children,' says @UNICEF Representative in Afghanistan Dr Mohamed Ayoya pic.twitter.com/ZliaHvGDyD
 
 
Gosh...what a lovely surprise today @UNICEFAfg to receive these supportive & kind words from our @unicefchief. It's been a tough year for children in Afghanistan...but knowing our work is appreciated across the @UNICEF family keeps us going strong! Onwards #ForEveryChild 💪💙🙏
Thank you @unicefchief for yr warm words of appreciation to the courageous & hardworking team @UNICEFAfg. They've gone above & beyond in the last year to help children & mothers. Your compassionate leadership is uplifting 🙏 twitter.com/Ag_Ayoya/statu… pic.twitter.com/SQGiH2r80T
 
"My message is to open schools for girls...because education is necessary." What a 🌟 little Sameer is!! I am proud to amplify his voice, his passion, and his vision. #ForEveryChild, a champion
Thank you @osamabinjavaid & @AJEnglish
"Open Girls School. The youth is the backbone of #Afghanistan, take care of us for a bright #future"

Sameer, Grade 8, speaks quite well.
Studies a school which doesn’t even have classrooms.

And
11 teachers for 2,200 girls
18 teachers for 3,500 boys

Their story on @AJEnglish pic.twitter.com/kFyyVggad7
 
The biggest risk in Afghanistan today? Not investing in children, inc girls, today. Listen to what @Ag_Ayoya told @AJEnglish's @osamabinjavaid
#ForEveryChild, learning
Millions of children MATTER!

@UNICEFAfg estimates keeping girls out of secondary school costs Afghanistan 2.5% of annual GDP ($500Million)

What's the biggest risk in #Afghanistan?
Does #IslamicEmiratesofAfghanistan realize the challenges?
@AJEnglish asked @Ag_Ayoya of @UNICEF pic.twitter.com/SEeyJqXIkj
 
After 2 yrs in Afghanistan, one of my main takeaways is that female healthworkers👇are the backbone of the health system. Grace and grit and graft. If girls don't go back to high school soon, where will the next generation of healthworkers come from? Please watch this video.
 
Thanks to @DailyMirror and @rachelhagan_ for spotlighting the relentless, cyclical struggles of mothers to feed themselves and their children in Afghanistan -- in a year that has seen cases of severe acute malnutrition nearly double. mirror.co.uk/news/world-new…
 
Thank you @aidanrad & @MetroUK for keeping the plight of Afghanistan's children front of mind. @UNICEFAfg urges the global community to continue to support this complex humanitarian crisis. #ForEveryChild, a champion
"We have the worst drought for 37 years, a massive malnutrition crisis and childhoods marred and scarred by deprivation – children’s rights are under attack."

@SamMort9 spoke to @aidanrad @MetroUK about the situation facing children in #Afghanistan.

metro.co.uk/2022/08/15/gen…
 
I'm truly thankful for another year to learn, share and be of service to humanity, especially the children of Afghanistan.

In celebrating my birthday, I honour my family, friends and mentors. Thank you for your love and support over the last year. pic.twitter.com/eOx2Iq0TCN
Replying to @ChellaBN
Happy birthday rockstar!
 
Dear Ehsan, please tell yr sister to keep her pen; to remain hopeful; & to continue to study at home. @UNICEFAfg is advocating to get girls back in school. We stand shoulder to shoulder with every girl in Afghanistan. We will not give up til all children are in school learning.
In reply to @SamMort9
Last night, I needed a pen. So I asked my sister to give me one. When receiving the pen, I joked with her and said "don't worry, I will return it". She replied "well, It's of no use for me anymore". To be honest, I was sad, speechless and ashamed at the same time. 💔😔
 
New @UnicefAfg analysis: depriving girls of secondary education translates to a loss of at least $500million for Afghan economy in last 12 months...👇 unicef.org/afghanistan/pr…
 
"@UNICEFAfg salutes the courage and resilience of the people of Afghanistan. We couldn't do what we do without you. So, thank you for your trust and support." 👇
To all the children and families in Afghanistan, @UNICEFAfg wants you to know: We see you, we hear you, and we are staying here with you.
Available in local languages here.👇
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“If there were more female teachers, more girls would come to school,” says 13yr old Zubeida.
That’s why @UNICEFAfg’s Girls’ Access to Teacher Education programme is so important. Currently, we’re training 1,200 high school graduates. #ForEveryGirl, a bright future
 
Where there’s a will, there’s a way in Afghanistan. This teacher in a @UnicefAfg supported community-based education class takes her 2 children to work because teaching is her passion, and she wants to nurture in her wee ones a love of learning. #ForEveryChild, a role model
 
Love this! From horror & heartbreak comes hope in the form of 140 community-based education classes for children, inc girls, in the areas devastated by June's earthquake. #ForEveryChild, learning & healing
7 weeks after the #AfghanistanEarthquake, @UNICEF has established 140 new community education classes in the area, providing many girls with their first formal education ever. 🎒📘✏️ pic.twitter.com/Whfh4mGp0w
 
3 million children in Afghanistan are at risk of acute malnutrition, of them, over 1 million are at risk of severe acute malnutrition. @UNICEFAfg continues to scale up prevention and treatment in 2,600 health centers nationwide. We won't stop. We're here #ForEveryChild
There are now over 2,600 health centres in Afghanistan supporting treatment for severely acutely malnourished children.

This time last year, there were just over 1,400.

That's 88% more centres helping save little lives. pic.twitter.com/Pbh4eHTEML
 
Could not be more excited about this! I’ve loved this cover since I first saw the mock up and I love it even more now. So happy that I can finally share it! #TheKingsPawn #coverreveal #espionage #spyfiction 👑♟ pic.twitter.com/xD3N1tUT4G
Replying to @HooftLucy
Wow, Lucy!! Huge 🎊 congratulations. Can't wait to read it. So proud of you!!
 
Those chubby wee cheeks tell another @UNICEFAfg success story 🥰. Thanks to donors, our mobile health & nutrition teams travel to the most remote areas to find children who would otherwise not have access to medical services. We test, we treat. They heal. And we're all happy.💙
Palwasha is 12 months old and was suffering from diarrhoea. Fortunately, a UNICEF-supported Mobile Health & Nutrition Team was able to provide her the treatment she needed during a visit to her village Hijrat Mina in Bagrami District, Kabul. pic.twitter.com/lJfdMJttwJ
 
Thrilled to join @IlqarRahimov today in cementing the partnership between @unicef_aze and 🇦🇿 Respublikası Milli Abilimpiya Federasiyası (Abilympic Federation) to support the skill development & employment of young girls and boys with disabilities. #foreverychild, a fair chance pic.twitter.com/MWHeW55HY7
Replying to @WillUNICEF @IlqarRahimov and 1 otherfalse
Amazing work @WillUNICEF Proud of you and all that you're achieving for children in Azerbijan 💙
 
In reply to @UNICEFAfg
@UNICEFAfg couldn't do what we do without the support of partners, such as @USAIDSavesLives Thank you for helping us to prevent disease by bringing safe water to the villages affected by the recent earthquake. #ForEveryChild, a friend
After the recent earthquake there is an increased risk of an outbreak of diseases like Cholera in Spera District in Khost.
Thanks to the support from USAID, we have been able to provide safe drinking water to 1500 of the most vulnerable families.
@USAIDSavesLives pic.twitter.com/5FVRlSX2kB
 
Thanks @VeronicaHouser2 for amplifying the demand for education we see all over Afghanistan. @UNICEFAfg is advocating for all children, inc high school girls, to learn, as is their right under the Convention on the Rights of the Child. #ForEveryChild, education
In this tiny one-room class in Afghanistan, 3 hours from the nearest formal school, 29 girls and boys crowd together every day for their only opportunity to learn.

But as they prepare to graduate primary school, they're asking, what about our younger siblings? pic.twitter.com/e9l3lrGxfK
 
"Every single person has potential..." And @BRACworld is helping the most disadvantaged realise theirs. Please listen to this fascinating conversation hosted by @MaysaJalbout abt lifting people out of poverty, with dignity. Listen 👇
Organizations like @BRACworld are changing the power dynamics in international development. Listen to the latest episode of #TheImpactRoom to hear @asifsaleh discuss how the world’s largest NGO is steering this shift. bit.ly/2EmTlbt pic.twitter.com/w9Twqkx0wA
 
More sadness in Afghanistan. More families devastated because of flooding. 6 children lost their lives on July 27. Condolences to the families who are facing unimaginable grief and trying to rebuild their lives. @UNICEFAfg stands with you.
Sadly, @UNICEFAfg has reports that the floods on July 27 in Kandahar's Spinboldak, Zhari & Takhtapol districts have claimed the lives of 6 children & 2 adults.
 
Mr ‘Name Still Under DIscussion’ Perks arrived at 3.12 pm New York time today weighing a whopping 4.4kg. Mama & Papa ( as the nurses called us) are thrilled to meet him, feeling healthy & truly humbled by the amazing staff at NY Presbyterian hospital in #Bronxville #SpreadTheLove
Replying to @BenjaminPerks
Congrats Ben! 🌟 What lovely news. Welcome to fatherhood and enjoy @Unicef's paternity leave. Remember #EarlyMomentsMatter
 
More sadness in Afghanistan w/an all too familiar theme. 2 children were killed yesterday; many more injured b/c of explosive remnants of war being mistaken for playthings. My thoughts are w/ the families mourning their little ones & nursing painful, life-changing injuries.
I am devastated to learn that a little boy and a girl were killed yesterday by unexploded ordnance in Mizan district, Zabul.

Eight other children suffered terrible injuries and are receiving treatment at Zabul Provincial Hospital.
 
Gosh, check out today's tweets from @UNICEFAfg Representative @Ag_Ayoya at the Tashkent Conference on Afghanistan. There is ONE theme: a strong call to action to get all children in Afghanistan in school & learning, including high school girls.@G_LaryeaAdjei @RobertG_Jenkins
 
 
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