Twitter Media Studio : UNICEF teams are supporting families devastated by the explosions in Beirut. Lebanon is already facing economic collapse & a worrying rise in COVID-19 cases. The systems that people count on are stretched to breaking point.
Twitter Web App : This #IndigenousPeoplesDay, UNICEF calls on our partners to match the resilience and ideas of indigenous communities with a renewed commitment: To listen to their priorities and invest in childrens health, protection and education.
Twitter Web App : Youth volunteers continue to support the community by cleaning the streets, and by providing food and water to the victims of the catastrophic explosion of Gemmayze in Beirut, Lebanon. UNICEF partners have mobilized young people in other affected areas.
Twitter Media Studio : On #IndigenousPeoplesDay, see how 80 indigenous communities in the Loreto region, Peru, are benefiting from UNICEF hygiene kits and vital information to prevent the spread of #COVID19.
Hootsuite Inc. : For me art, be it sketching or painting, has always been therapeutic, more so during this lockdown. Ive realised that painting offers me a gateway to a more peaceful and happy place. Zainab, 14, from Kuwait.
Hootsuite Inc. : “It’s important to be happy during this corona period. My dream is to become a pediatrician.” Nora, 9, with a painted mask in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, where children painted their face to raise awareness about the importance of wearing a mask during the pandemic. #WorldMaskWeek