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Last 50 tweets from @UNICEFUSA
In reply to @UNICEF
@UNICEF and partners like @ZontaIntl, @SAP, @Gucci and @ChloeFashion are equipping millions of girls around the world with the skills they need to develop a stronger workforce.

#ForEveryChild and girl, opportunity. bit.ly/3JWiop4
 
UNICEF USA Retweeted ·  
Today we are excited to launch our new learning materials for 2022💫.

We’re on a mission to help all children understand the power of data to take action for SDG4!📕

Check out our new resources🌟
bit.ly/3JsBt1N

@UNICEF
@UNESCO
@NetApp

#SDG4
#TransformingEducation
 
UNICEF USA Retweeted ·  
This time last year, one million girls were attending high school in #Afghanistan.

Today, girls finishing grade 6 do not know if they will return to school next year.

All girls are banned from high school.

@UNICEFAfg⁩ is staying for their right to #education
 
In addition to putting girls at higher risks of trafficking, child marriage and abuse, banning girls from school is further crippling #Afghanistan’s economy.

#ForEveryChild and girl, education. bit.ly/3QO9Oeh
UNICEF: Taliban Decision to Keep Girls Out of School is Costly
voanews.com
 
Families across Afghanistan are struggling — especially women and girls. Forced to leave school and with their families facing escalating financial desperation, girls are at increased risk of entering child marriages. bit.ly/3A2ueJR
 
An important message from @UNICEFAfg representative @Ag_Ayoya to the people of #Afghanistan: “We see you; we hear you; and we’re staying here with you.” bit.ly/3A3XwaK
UNICEF: Help Needed to Save Lives, Safeguard Futures in Afghanistan
unicefusa.org
 
UNICEF USA Retweeted ·  
A place to play and have fun. 🧸

Space to heal and find support. 💜

For children traumatized by the earthquake in southeastern Afghanistan, @UNICEF child-friendly spaces can be a lifeline.
 
Nabeela, 7, spends her days learning and playing at a @UNICEF-supported Child Friendly Space in Mazār, #Afghanistan.

#ForEveryChild, a safe space to grow. bit.ly/3QoRxof
A Safe Place for Girls and Boys to Learn and Play in Afghanistan
unicefusa.org
 
UNICEF USA Retweeted ·  
It has been a very difficult year for many in Afghanistan, including girls and women.
We salute the courage and resilience of the people of #Afghanistan.

We see you.
We hear you.
And we are here to stay with you.
 
A new analysis by @UNICEF has found that depriving girls in #Afghanistan of their right to secondary education will have a devastating effect on the country’s economy. uni.cf/3SOasdA
 
In reply to @UNICEF
@UNICEF’s Chief of Communications Samantha Mort spoke with @WGNMorningNews about the situation in Afghanistan, where more than 1 million girls have been forced to leave secondary school.
 
UNICEF USA Retweeted ·  
"It is great that this clinic has been established. It's in our own community with our own people."

1 year ago, the nearest health centre to Alisha Village was 15 km away. Today, @UNICEFAfg supports a mobile team to bring healthcare right to the heart of the village.
 
UNICEF USA Retweeted ·  
"I love school and learning. We are happy here; we can read and write. I like my teachers. I love all the study materials, everything."

There is a lot for girls like Muska to 💙 about learning. @UNICEF will never stop fighting for children like her and their right to education.
 
#Afghanistan is facing a humanitarian crisis — one that involves poverty, limited health resources, malnutrition, and restricted access for girls to education.

@UNICEFAfg is helping to provide the resources children need for safer, healthier futures. unicef.org/afghanistan/pr…
 
A child is screened for malnutrition at a UNICEF-supported outpatient center in N'Djamena, Chad. There, mothers are provided information about breastfeeding and nutrition and malnourished children receive treatment.

#ForEveryChild and mom, care.
 
Indonesia's first locally produced Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food represents a breakthrough for treating the country's high number of children suffering from severe wasting, a life-threatening form of malnutrition.

#ForEveryChild, good health. bit.ly/3BfaPYd
Locally Made Therapeutic Food Saves Children's Lives in Indonesia
unicefusa.org
 
UNICEF is the global leader in Ready-to-Use Food procurement, purchasing and distributing almost 80 percent of the world's supply of the nutrient-rich, peanut-based paste that saves lives.

#ForEveryChild, nutrition. bit.ly/3bPtOOZ
What Is Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food?
unicefusa.org
 
In Afar, Ethiopia, 70 percent of the region’s health facilities have been damaged or destroyed by fighting, significantly hampering efforts to treat malnutrition amid a global food crisis. UNICEF is providing support — and asking for your help. bit.ly/3dnQg1P
Impacts of Conflict and Climate Change Fueling Crisis in Ethiopia
unicefusa.org
 
“I love children and I dedicate a lot of my time and energy to do my work and to make sure no child that comes to me is left unattended," says Aminata Zabré, the head of nutrition at a health center in Burkina Faso's Kaya district.
 
#ChildFriendlyCities listen to their youth, providing them a seat at the table and amplifying their voices in the development of policies that directly impact the safety, equity, justice and inclusion of their communities. Get involved: bit.ly/3zNzX66
Urge Your Mayor to Put Children First
act.unicefusa.org
 
Bhutan has 19 different languages or dialects. At the Wangsel Institute for the Deaf in the western district of Paro, students have been busy helping to create one more: the country's first standardized sign language.

#ForEveryChild, inclusion. bit.ly/3AzbYd1
 
Letting kids be kids is a big part of what @UNICEF and partners set out to achieve with their Child-Friendly Spaces — and it's a guiding principle behind a mental health support project called PORUCH in Serednie, #Ukraine.

#ForEveryChild, play. bit.ly/3yZahmz
Sports as Mental Health Support for Ukrainian Children
unicefusa.org
 
Eight years of conflict in Yemen have created barriers to children's education. To help them develop their potential and to better equip them for employment and active citizenship, UNICEF has developed a life skills program. #ForEveryChild, opportunity. bit.ly/3QsD3mY
Life Skills Training Offers Hope for Vulnerable Youth in Yemen
unicefusa.org
 
This week, @HoustonTx marked an historic milestone of becoming the first @UNICEF Child Friendly City candidate. Houston’s youth will play a critical role and have a voice in the future of their communities.

#ForEveryChild and youth, a seat at the table. unicefusa.org/stories/unicef…
 
This #YouthDay, urge your mayor or municipal office to keep children top of mind in every policy and funding decision while engaging children and youth along the way. bit.ly/3zNzX66
Urge Your Mayor to Put Children First
act.unicefusa.org
 
Every child and young person has the right to health, education, protection — and participation. CFCI cities can make these rights a reality. bit.ly/3zSiREe
UNICEF's Child Friendly Cities Initiative Celebrates Two Years in U.S.
unicefusa.org
 
UNICEF USA Retweeted ·  
Thanks to @KPRC2 for covering this momentous occasion for @UNICEFUSA, @HoustonTX and youth everywhere.

All youth should have a seat at the table when it comes to discussing policies that directly affect them and the futures of their communities. bit.ly/3w0lhzj
City of Houston becomes 1st US city as candidate for UNICEF Child Friendly Cities
click2houston.com
 
UNICEF USA Retweeted ·  
Youth have the right to be included in political decisions that affect them, yet, numerous barriers prevent their participation.

On Friday's #YouthDay, join @UNYouthEnvoy & @TheBodyShop as they work to enable young people to #BeSeenBeHeard: beseenbeheardcampaign.com
 
It’s #InternationalYouthDay! On #IYD2022 and every day, UNICEF USA encourages communities around the world to amplify the voices of local youth and provide them a seat at the table.
Replying to @UNICEFUSA
The @UN's chosen theme for #InternationalYouthDay2022 is Intergenerational Solidarity: Creating a World for All Ages. In recognizing and leveraging the strengths of all generations, we can create a sustainable and more equitable world — for all of us.
 
It’s #InternationalYouthDay! On #IYD2022 and every day, UNICEF USA encourages communities around the world to amplify the voices of local youth and provide them a seat at the table.
 
#ForEveryChild around the world, happiness.

With the help of our supporters, UNICEF positively impacts the lives of millions of children, bringing them the lifesaving resources they need. These smiles are made possible because of your care, compassion and generosity.
 
UNICEF USA Retweeted ·  
It was an honor to speak at today’s event with @houmayor and @UNICEFUSA_CEO as they signed the UNICEF Child-Friendly City Candidate Designation! This is huge as we are one step closer to becoming the first child-friendly city in the U.S.
 
UNICEF USA Retweeted ·  
Privileged to host and offer a warm welcome to @UNICEFUSA @UNICEFUSA_CEO to discuss the UNICEF Child Friendly Cities Initiative & learn more about how our globally minded #BISHouston students are taking action to pursue a better world #ForEveryChild. #ChildFriendlyCities
 
In reply to @UNICEFUSA
Through the two-year journey of becoming a Child Friendly City candidate, Houston has reaffirmed its dedication to prioritizing the needs of children and youth, uplifting and listening to their voices and advocating for their rights. #ForEveryChild, community. pic.twitter.com/yjyAuhO24k
Replying to @UNICEFUSA
What a celebration — Throughout today’s event, @UNICEFUSA_CEO Michael J. Nyenhuis joined @HoustonTx and @HouMayor representatives, #CFCI youth council members and volunteers, local supporters and more.
 
UNICEF USA Retweeted ·  
It’s official! Today, I joined @UNICEFUSA as it designated @HoustonTX as the 1ST U.S. city to become a candidate for UNICEF Child-Friendly City recognition. This designation reaffirms Houston’s dedication to prioritizing the needs of children.

⤵️⤵️⤵️⤵️
bit.ly/3dilnff
 
Today, we’re celebrating Houston, Texas, as the first U.S. city to become a UNICEF Child Friendly City candidate!

@UNICEF's #ChildFriendlyCities Initiative aims to create safer, more just, equitable, inclusive and child-responsive communities worldwide. bit.ly/30MYfwH pic.twitter.com/KRhu4n67yP
Replying to @UNICEFUSA
Through the two-year journey of becoming a Child Friendly City candidate, Houston has reaffirmed its dedication to prioritizing the needs of children and youth, uplifting and listening to their voices and advocating for their rights. #ForEveryChild, community.
 
Today, we’re celebrating Houston, Texas, as the first U.S. city to become a UNICEF Child Friendly City candidate!

@UNICEF's #ChildFriendlyCities Initiative aims to create safer, more just, equitable, inclusive and child-responsive communities worldwide. bit.ly/30MYfwH
 
With funding from the European Union, UNICEF is providing young people in Yemen with life skills training to equip them to take on life's challenges. #ForEveryChild, opportunity. bit.ly/3QsD3mY
 
In a camp for Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, three-year-old Mohammad plays in the Early Childhood Development corner of a UNICEF-supported nutrition center. UNICEF provides materials to foster play and curiosity for healthy minds. #ForEveryChild, an early start.
 
A lesson from ten-year-old Alexandru: “If you are brave and if you have a joyful heart, you can do anything. You can overcome any barrier.” 💙
 
Sri Lanka is experiencing an economic crisis. Kids are paying the price. School closures have disrupted learning for 4.8 million children — and taken away the only place some could access nutritious food. UNICEF is providing nutritional support, educational resources and more.
 
Students at New Grace Primary School in Iganga, Uganda, study under a mango tree. Even without classrooms, the school is committed to continuing lessons. UNICEF and partners piloted a program to help schools in the region reduce dropout rates. #ForEveryChild, a place to learn.
 
Calling all music lovers: @UNICEF_UK is raising support for its Children’s Emergency Fund through a #UnicefBlueVinyl prize draw. Enter for a chance to win a special edition vinyl from 10 incredible artists — and support children across the world. bit.ly/3uuh9Xx
 
Access to water, sanitation and hygiene services is an afterthought for many. But for millions, these lifesaving services are luxuries. And without them, children’s health can be at stake. See how @UNICEFColombia is bringing these services to remote areas: bit.ly/3bJz2f0
 
It's easy to overlook the seriousness of polio, measles and tetanus thanks to the success of routine immunization. But those whose lives have been touched by these diseases know the importance of vaccination. #ForEveryChild, good health — for life. bit.ly/3nnuhcT
Americans Who Never Forget: Life Without Vaccines
unicefusa.org
 
UNICEF USA Retweeted ·  
Clubs, we wanted you to be the first to know: CLUB REGISTRATION is officially LIVE!!!🎉

Register your club for the 2022-2023 school year now!
unicefusa.org/clubregistrati…
 
It's International Day of the World’s #Indigenous Peoples. Today and every day, indigenous children around the world have the right to celebrate their culture, identity and languages. #IndigenousPeoplesDay
 
Aminata Zabré, Head of Nutrition at a health center in Burkina Faso’s Kaya region, is conducting a mass screening for malnutrition. Ten years ago, she treated about 100 children annually for acute malnutrition. In the first three months of 2022 alone, she treated 600. pic.twitter.com/uSHUGxzVvV
Replying to @UNICEFUSA
Malnutrition is a growing crisis in Burkina Faso. Escalating violence, water scarcity and food insecurity have left millions without the resources they need. UNICEF is delivering aid and supplies to ensure that no malnourished child is left behind. bit.ly/3bEgVHe
 
Aminata Zabré, Head of Nutrition at a health center in Burkina Faso’s Kaya region, is conducting a mass screening for malnutrition. Ten years ago, she treated about 100 children annually for acute malnutrition. In the first three months of 2022 alone, she treated 600.
 
Last week, UNICEF Ambassador @priyankachopra visited the Education and Development Hub in Warsaw, Poland. There, refugee children from Ukraine can continue classes online, receive mental health and psychosocial support and engage with peers. #ForEveryChild, a place to heal.
 
 
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