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Young people are reimagining our world for the better.
15-year-old inventor @gitanjaliarao has been named @TIME’s first-ever Kid of the Year for her amazing work in science and technology.
So inspiring 👏🙌💙
15-year-old Gitanjali, has been working to tackle issues ranging from contaminated drinking water to cyberbullying. She has been named as @TIME's first-ever Kid of the Year for her incredible use of science and technology.
UNICEF’s launches largest-ever emergency appeal to reach children who have been hit by crisis after crisis #GenerationCovid
Every child has a right to inclusion, education, health & happiness regardless of their ability.
Today we amplified blogs on disability written by young people. We hope you've been inspired and learnt something new! #IDPD2020
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~ Youth Advisory Board
Hi! We’re the Unicef UK Youth Advisory Board. We’re tweeting from the account today to highlight International Day of Persons with Disabilitie and promote the voices of young people with disabilities. Stay tuned for some incredible stories! #IDPD2020
~ Youth Advisory Board :)
Nah Nah helps her sister with her homework.
During #covid19 closures, their school in Cambodia has been loaning tablets to those in need and supporting families struggling to afford internet.
We must bridge the digital divide to ensure quality education for #GenerationCovid
"Funding COVAX then cutting aid is like driving a car without wheels; how can we expect these vaccines to be rolled out without the UK Aid funded health workers who administer them?" - read @jo_rea's response to an op-ed on UK aid cuts. #GenerationCovid
Hundreds of thousands of children continue to suffer the ravages of the HIV epidemic.
This #WorldAIDSDay, @UNICEF calls on all governments to protect, sustain & accelerate progress in fighting childhood HIV by maintaining essential health services & strengthening health systems.
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