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How do we heal from the trauma COVID-19 has inflicted?

Aga lost his mother and stepfather to COVID-19. To help his wellbeing, he is part of a UNICEF supported programme for children orphaned due to COVID-19. https://t.co/JOnwIu8RtJ https://t.co/pHFzlAkJJn

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Our goal #ForEveryChild? The right to play and learn in safety.

Thanks to your support, UNICEF helps create child friendly spaces across the world, including at this temporary reception centre for migrants and refugees in Bosnia and Herzegovina. https://t.co/QfMSX2NOMh

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Children's mental health should be on all our minds.

We've joined forces with young leaders to find innovative digital solutions to support mental health and wellbeing. Learn more about the #UpLinkChallenge 👇💡⚡️ #OnMyMind

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RT @UNICEFPacific: All packed 📦 and ready to go!

UNICEF Pacific Ambassador, @pitaTofua, visited the @dfat warehouse in Brisbane today as UNICEF emergency supplies were being packed for shipping to Tonga 🇹🇴 aboard HMAS Adelaide. https://t.co/UxRykdUgWi

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"We should seize all opportunities to increase visibility and awareness of the terrible impact of conflict on children."

@unicefchief
on the 25th Anniversary of the Children and Armed Conflict Mandate.

https://t.co/Hv1o4C1m6f

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During #COVID19, many young people with disabilities have been denied their basic human rights.

On 14 Feb, young changemakers from across the world will participate in decision making at the Global Disability Youth Summit.

#GDSYouth2022


Register and #CommitToChange. 👇

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3 reasons why schools should remain open. https://t.co/WXUbWH7DtS

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17-year-old Mary Bialo from South Sudan is thrilled to have a borehole in her school. 

Thanks to UNICEF, the school rebuilt the toilets and repaired the borehole ensuring that students no longer have to buy water or fetch it from the dirty river.

#ForEveryChild
, safe water. https://t.co/2zuTpui2FQ

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RT @UReportGlobal: This 2022, we start the year by congratulating the U-Report teams and Partners worldwide on reaching the 19 MILLION milestone. With your support, we are growing by an extra U-Reporter every 4 seconds, and are united to achieve a better future for children and youth. https://t.co/Yr2yMpkQrT

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A massive underwater volcanic eruption and subsequent tsunami have rocked Tonga.

UNICEF is ready to provide emergency supplies to children and families, including water and shelter.

https://t.co/ecaXhaCrlD

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RT @UNICEFPacific: UNICEF Pacific is ready to work together with the Government of Tonga and its partners to ensure urgent life-saving support is provided to families and children in the aftermath of the volcanic eruption and tsunami.

https://t.co/SOCSQtBRxa

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Thank you to all healthcare workers helping keep us safe throughout the pandemic.

Kemigisha is a nurse in charge of COVID-19 vaccinations at a UNICEF-supported hospital in Uganda. https://t.co/HT4uTbhuMX

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15-year-old Katie from Canada shares why no effort should be spared to keep schools open and children learning. https://t.co/98GACbgmma

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👏 We need ACTION, not WORDS!

📣 Young people around the world are raising awareness about the escalating climate crisis and demanding urgent #ClimateAction from world leaders.

🤝 We are with them. Are you? https://t.co/UBNpZp5RJr

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We deliver vaccines everywhere, however we can.

UNICEF-supplied boxes, funded by the Government of Japan, help keep vaccines cold as they're transported to remote villages so people like 77-year-old Tiaghe in Nagaland, India can be vaccinated against COVID-19. https://t.co/A5PzyKuiEX

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The COVID-19 pandemic has been especially challenging for little ones learning about the world around them and connecting with their peers through play.

Check out creative ways to enjoy playful moments with your child at home. #EarlyMomentsMatter https://t.co/eocfjqsUUH

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This is what returning to the classroom amidst COVID-19 looks like for 12-year-old Nokukhanya from South Africa. https://t.co/GUx0P6pp5R

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That smile! 😍 We work day in and day out in over 190 countries to make sure every child grows up as healthy and happy as this little one in DR Congo.

Through COVID-19, conflict, and climate change, we won't stop.

Thank you for your support. 💙 #UNICEF75 https://t.co/QOAuGIjBT0

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We've just delivered our billionth dose of COVID-19 vaccines to Rwanda 🇷🇼through COVAX.

We won't stop until every country has access to the supplies they need.

#DonateDosesNow
https://t.co/3GlhihuZdN

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