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7-year-old Nabeela will teach you the ABCs! At least, all the letters she can remember. 💙

When @UNICEF opened a new child-friendly space in Nabeela's town in northern Afghanistan, she blossomed into a confident, energetic and precocious little girl.
 
Today, we launch our 2023 appeal to avert disaster and meet the critical humanitarian needs of 19 million people in Afghanistan -- including 10 million children.

Read the full appeal. 👇
uni.cf/appeal
 
Somaya, a @UNICEF-supported community health worker, educates mothers about the importance of good nutrition in her remote community in central Afghanistan.

"Healthcare for these villages is far away; sometimes people walk an hour or more. But I grew up here. People know me."
 
"My heart trembles every time winter comes... There are thousands of things I need."

With support from @FCDOGovUK, @Sida, and @GermanyDiplo, this winter @UNICEF will provide cash assistance to 112,000 families across Afghanistan, extending a lifeline to those most in need.
 
UNICEF Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
The #measles vaccine is safe and being administered to millions of #children around the world including #Afghanistan. It is freely available in all clinics. Make sure your children get vaccinated against measles in this ongoing campaign.

#ForEveryChild, health
 
A brighter future for the whole family! 🧵🧶💙🎒📚

When his mother got sick, Mahboob dropped out of school at 13 to help earn money.

2 years later, @UNICEF with @EUinAfghanistan support re-enrolled him in school and provided vocational training for his older sister, Khadija.
 
In reply to @UNICEFAfg
In Afghanistan, during the first half of this year, at least 288 children have either been killed or injured, including in attacks in schools and learning settings. The real figure is thought to be much higher.
Replying to @UNICEFAfg
Children should never be targets of violence. @UNICEF urges all parties in Afghanistan to do everything they can to always keep children safe. Children need peace and protection to enjoy their childhoods, live to their full potential, and contribute to a prosperous Afghanistan.
 
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The exact number of child casualties is still not verified. @UNICEF expresses its deepest sympathies to the families of the victims and those injured.
Replying to @UNICEFAfg
In Afghanistan, during the first half of this year, at least 288 children have either been killed or injured, including in attacks in schools and learning settings. The real figure is thought to be much higher.
 
.@UNICEF is appalled to learn of the explosion in the Madrasa Al Jihad in Aybak city, Samangan Province, Northern Region, earlier today. It has initially been reported that children were amongst those killed and wounded.
Replying to @UNICEFAfg
The exact number of child casualties is still not verified. @UNICEF expresses its deepest sympathies to the families of the victims and those injured.
 
.@UNICEF is appalled to learn of the explosion in the Madrasa Al Jihad in Aybak city, Samangan Province, Northern Region, earlier today. It has initially been reported that children were amongst those killed and wounded.
 
At Afghanistan's border, @UNICEF is there to welcome returning children with a hot meal.

We help them feel safe at the @EUinAfghanistan-supported transit centre in Herat, where they can destress with new friends, connect with a counsellor, and reunite with their families.
 
A year ago, Parwana was so severely malnourished that her life was at risk.

@UNICEF stepped in, providing therapeutic food and ensuring a nutrition counselor followed up.

Today, Parwana skips, giggles and reminds her mum when it's time for school.

unicef.org/afghanistan/st…
Parwana, one year on
unicef.org
 
UNICEF Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Vaccines save countless lives and help #children grow up healthy! The #measles campaign continues across #Afghanistan.
Vaccinate all your children now to protect them from this deadly disease.

#ForEveryChild, health
@UNICEFAfg @WHOAfghanistan @UReportAfgh
 
Beagum Akhlaqi, a psychosocial counselor at a @UNICEF-supported safe house for women, is proud of her work in her community.

"These are challenging times for women. They face poverty, stress, and many feel overwhelmed. I feel useful using my skills to support them." pic.twitter.com/jSHJwKKR8d
Replying to @UNICEFAfg
With funding support from @italymfa @cooperazione_it, 850 members of Afghanistan's social workforce will be further trained to provide mental health care. @UNICEF will also support these social workers to provide mental healthcare for over 75,000 children and their caregivers.
 
Beagum Akhlaqi, a psychosocial counselor at a @UNICEF-supported safe house for women, is proud of her work in her community.

"These are challenging times for women. They face poverty, stress, and many feel overwhelmed. I feel useful using my skills to support them."
 
Zahra stops to wash her hands on her way home from school. 🤲🧼🫧

With the recent contribution from @italymfa @cooperazione_it, @UNICEF will bring clean, safe water to 25,000 people like Zahra affected by the drought in Afghanistan.
 
In reply to @UNICEFAfg
.@UNICEF condemns all acts of violence against children. We call on all parties to fulfill their obligation, under international law, to protect children at all times.
Replying to @UNICEFAfg
Every boy and girl in Afghanistan must be allowed to live in peace and in an environment in which they can thrive and fulfill their potential.
 
.@UNICEF is deeply shocked and saddened by the terrible attack, Thursday, in Siwak Shibar village, Nili District, Daikundi Province, that left four boys - aged between 1 and 14 - dead.

We offer our heartfelt condolences to their families as they grieve the tragic losses. pic.twitter.com/AmP9SKDF9h
Replying to @UNICEFAfg
.@UNICEF condemns all acts of violence against children. We call on all parties to fulfill their obligation, under international law, to protect children at all times.
 
.@UNICEF is deeply shocked and saddened by the terrible attack, Thursday, in Siwak Shibar village, Nili District, Daikundi Province, that left four boys - aged between 1 and 14 - dead.

We offer our heartfelt condolences to their families as they grieve the tragic losses.
 
"I felt I couldn’t do anything. Now, I can sew, make different handicrafts & support my family,” Amina, 24, from Herat.

Thx to @EUinAfghanistan& @AktionDHilft for supporting vocational training courses for women & girls in Afghanistan👇
unicef.org/afghanistan/st…
Learning, Earning, Healing and Giving Back
unicef.org
 
In Afghanistan, millions of people are unable to meet the basic needs of their families. Winter will only make things worse.

Cash assistance is one of the best ways to support them. And this winter, UNICEF aims to support 111,000 families with cash assistance.👇
 
UNICEF Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
The new #polio campaign which will start on Monday (21 November 2022) will cover #Nangarhar, #Kunar, #Laghman and #Nuristan provinces.
Help the vaccinators in eastern region to get your #children vaccinated.
#EndPolio #VaccinesWork #PolioFreeAfghanistan
@UNICEFAfg @UReportAfgh
 
UNICEF Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
I am saddened to learn of the death of 3 children, all brothers aged 4, 8 & 12, who lost their lives while playing with unexploded ordnance in Farah province. The children were collecting metal scraps to sell & support their family financially.
 
UNICEF Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
On #WorldChildrensDay, as we mark the signing of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, we’re reminded how much we still have to do for children to realise every right – inc. education.
Access to quality learning for every child is vital for a happy & healthy childhood.
 
UNICEF Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
On #WorldChildrensDay, we mark the signing of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, in 1989, when countries promised to protect children's rights, including the right to education.
 
In reply to @UNICEFAfg
For #WorldChildrensDay, a day for children by children, boys and girls in #Afghanistan shared with us what school means to them. Maryam, Gr 6, told us, “Going to school is the light of life. If we don't go to school, our lives will be dark.” pic.twitter.com/aZenZx28id
Replying to @UNICEFAfg
Today, as we amplify children’s voices, the message from them is clear: Let all children learn.
 
On #WorldChildrensDay, UNICEF has released a report outlining the impact of discrimination & exclusion on children & how limiting children's access to critical services, inc education, deepens intergenerational deprivation and poverty.
unicef.org/world-children…
Replying to @UNICEFAfg
For #WorldChildrensDay, a day for children by children, boys and girls in #Afghanistan shared with us what school means to them. Maryam, Gr 6, told us, “Going to school is the light of life. If we don't go to school, our lives will be dark.”
 
On #WorldChildrensDay, UNICEF has released a report outlining the impact of discrimination & exclusion on children & how limiting children's access to critical services, inc education, deepens intergenerational deprivation and poverty.
unicef.org/world-children…
 
This #WorldChildrensDay a family in Nuristan has 4 reasons to celebrate 👶🏻👶🏻👶🏻👶🏻. The quadruplets were delivered at a @UNICEFAfg & @WorldBankSAsia supported hospital. Mom & babies are well and received baby kits for when they go home. #ForEveryChild, a healthy start.
 
When a baby is born preterm, skin-to-skin contact helps these newborns and their mothers enjoy physical, emotional, and psychological benefits, improving the baby's chances of survival and promoting a healthier start to life.

#WorldPrematurityDay2022 #WPD2022
 
Engage parents of #preterm babies from the beginning with good communication, education, active participation in caregiving, and decision-making. It helps new mums and dads feel confident and supported in their new role. 💙👶

#WorldPrematurityDay2022
 
Each year, 130 million new lives are brought into this world. And each year, 10% are born preterm. That's around 1 in 10 babies.

#PretermBirth can cause short- and long-term health impairments, plus bring huge emotional burden to families. #WorldPrematurityDay2022 #WPD2022.
 
When it comes to children’s rights, there’s only one team.

This #WorldChildrensDay and every day, let's come together #ForEveryChild.
 
Ziagul is a nutrition nurse in Herat, working in a small clinic near Afghanistan's border with Iran. Today, 20 mothers and children pack into the small clinic.

"In April, I saw 22 cases of severe acute malnutrition in children," she says. "In October, it had tripled to 60." pic.twitter.com/h7OaowIMLv
Replying to @UNICEFAfg
As a mother of 4 herself, Ziagul empathizes with the children she treats at her clinic. "There are no jobs," Ziagul says. "People have lost crops to drought. And children bear the brunt of this situation. We see it in them first.”
 
Ziagul is a nutrition nurse in Herat, working in a small clinic near Afghanistan's border with Iran. Today, 20 mothers and children pack into the small clinic.

"In April, I saw 22 cases of severe acute malnutrition in children," she says. "In October, it had tripled to 60."
 
Abdulkarim, the only dad in the waiting room of a health clinic in Herat, brings his 10-month-old daughter for her Measles vaccine. His message? “Fathers can bring their children for vaccination as well; why just mothers? Keeping your child safe from disease is all that matters."
 
Climate-induced floods have Afghanistan and other countries in South Asia, leaving over 15 million boys & girls in need of assistance in 2022.

It's now critical to prepare children to live in a climate-changed world through climate change education. #COP27
 
Every morning, Mohammad and his friends come to study at a @UNICEF-supported community education class in Helmand Province.

"I want my community to walk shoulder-to-shoulder with the world."
 
UNICEF Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
Basera, nutrition counselor holding the new hot commodity: Multivitamins for all pregnant/breastfeeding women. She told me her clients are returning for more because they feel so much better. They have more energy to breastfeed. Good for mom good for baby! ⁦@UNICEFAfg
 
UNICEF Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
The recent decrease in polio cases in Afghanistan is a remarkable progress made. In the current year, only 2 polio cases have been reported as this number was 4 in 2021 and 56 in 2020.
#EndPolio #VaccinesWork #PolioFreeAfghanistan
 
In reply to @UNICEFAfg
"When I enrolled in livelihood skills training, I was so excited," says Sahar. "I send my products to sell at the market, and this way, I can support my family." @FCDOGovUK pic.twitter.com/0biuDjR5ZT
Replying to @UNICEFAfg
"My plan after graduation is to start a business," says Marzia. "I will train and create job opportunities for other girls." Marzia wants more livelihood training for girls like herself. "They help us economically and socially." @FCDOGovUK
 
In reply to @UNICEFAfg
In one training course, girls learn how to bake, and how to market and sell their cakes and cookies. These courses are also safe spaces where girls can meet and make friends, relax, seek practical support and build skills for their futures. pic.twitter.com/vHfwkN6Zjh
Replying to @UNICEFAfg
"When I enrolled in livelihood skills training, I was so excited," says Sahar. "I send my products to sell at the market, and this way, I can support my family." @FCDOGovUK
 
With high schools shut for girls, it's harder for girls to meet up, get support and learn skills for their future.

@UNICEFAfg advocates for girls to go to school and be afforded their rights. To support them, @FCDOGovUK funds a 9-month livelihood training in the western region. pic.twitter.com/14P3loo7mk
Replying to @UNICEFAfg
In one training course, girls learn how to bake, and how to market and sell their cakes and cookies. These courses are also safe spaces where girls can meet and make friends, relax, seek practical support and build skills for their futures.
 
With high schools shut for girls, it's harder for girls to meet up, get support and learn skills for their future.

@UNICEFAfg advocates for girls to go to school and be afforded their rights. To support them, @FCDOGovUK funds a 9-month livelihood training in the western region.
 
How does climate change impact children? And what is UNICEF doing to build a safer, cleaner world for all children?

Answers in the video. Volume up 🔊
 
UNICEF Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
ما بیشتر از هر زمان دیگر به محو فلج اطفال نزدیک شده ایم. شما می توانید با واکسین نمودن اطفال خود و محافظت از آنها در برابر این مرض کشنده، بخشی از این دستاورد باورنکردنی باشید.
#PolioFreeAfghanistan #VaccinesWork #EndPolio
 
UNICEF Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
I love meeting the amazing women who work with @UNICEFAfg-supported mobile health and nutrition teams. Shukria is one of them.

"It's so important to check children for malnutrition," she says. "It's also important to smile, be kind and careful when interacting with babies."
 
616 million children live in South Asia – the epicenter of the climate crisis.

In 2022, they witnessed a record amount of climate-induced devastation.

As world leaders meet at #COP27, this needs to be a conference of commitments.
 
In Herat, 11-year-old Marwa says, "Education is the most powerful way to change our destiny." She wants all the children in her community to be able to learn.

Thanks @GPforEducation for funding community education classes for children like Marwa.
 
UNICEF Afghanistan Retweeted ·  
#Afghanistan is ranked the 6th most affected country in world to climate threats. Afghans stand on a precipice of devastating climate projections. As #COP27 opens @unafghanistan calls for urgent collective action for the country. – Read full statement👉 bit.ly/3FO8ENK
 
 
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