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Seven-year-old Francesca is receiving a check-up at an informal camp for migrants and refugees in Italy. ⠀
Help UNICEF reach vulnerable children with quality healthcare during COVID-19 by tapping the link in our bio. ⠀
Every donation will be matched by @theofficialpandora, up to $1M. © UNICEF/UNI319135/Romenzi
"Wash your hands with soap...and don't forget to study." Twelve-year-old Niria in Timor-Leste has a message to every child affected by #COVID19 lockdowns.
“I hope corona never comes to us.”⠀
Muna, 10, lives in a camp for people displaced by conflict in Yemen.
Help UNICEF reach vulnerable children like Muna with clean water, healthcare and education during COVID-19 by tapping the link in our bio. Each donation will be matched by @theofficialpandora, up to $1M.⠀
After 40 years, @bobmarley’s iconic song #OneLoveOneHeart is being reimagined in support of UNICEF’s work to create a fairer, more just world for children whose lives have been upended by #COVID19. Double the love by tapping the link in our bio. Thanks to @theofficialpandora, every donation will be matched up to $1 million. @oneloveoneheart2020
One planet. 🌎 One humanity. 👶 One love. 💙 @bobmarley’s iconic #OneLoveOneHeart is being reimagined by the Marley family to raise vital funds for UNICEF’s #COVID19 response. Each donation will be matched by @theofficialpandora, up to $1M. Find out more by tapping the link in our bio. @oneloveoneheart2020
In support of UNICEF’s #COVID19 response, the Marley family are reimagining @bobmarley's classic #OneLoveOneHeart song.⠀
Thanks to @theofficialpandora you can double the love. Every donation will be matched up to $1 million. Tap the link in our bio to find out more.⠀
We’re thrilled to announce that the Marley family will reimagine @bobmarley’s classic #OneLoveOneHeart in aid of UNICEF’s coronavirus response.
Help double the love. 💙💙 Thanks to @theofficialpandora, every $ you donate will be matched up to $1 million. Help save lives by tapping the link in our bio. @oneloveoneheart2020
This baby girl just got her birth certificate in Accra, Ghana.
Without birth registration, access to education, healthcare and other essential health services can be limited. As countries face the additional pressures of #COVID19, UNICEF is working to make sure that no child is left out.
In the Ecuadorian Amazon, remote doesn’t mean cut off. Without access to the internet or TV, Raiza, 11, has been relying on weekly visits from her teacher while schools stay closed during #COVID19.
“[Raiza] greets me with such joy every time I come to her house with study materials,” says Doris, her dedicated teacher doing everything she can to help her students keep learning.
Deborah, 10, is doing school assignments from home. She receives lessons and homework through the Distance Learning Programme - Ghana Learning TV - on television.
Keeping children learning throughout the #COVID19 pandemic has to be a top priority, so that their futures aren’t disrupted. #ForEveryChild
Veronica is living with HIV in South Sudan but, thanks to her love, determination and care, her baby Mubarak is HIV-free. When pregnant women are diagnosed with HIV and receive antiretroviral medicines during pregnancy, delivery and breastfeeding, the chance that they will pass on the virus to their baby is less than 1%.⠀
We know what works. We’ve made great progress. But children globally are still becoming infected because their mothers face social stigma, structural discrimination and unequal access to care. Now, #COVID19 is disrupting services and leaving even more children at risk. To finally end HIV and AIDS, we must support every mother and child with quality care.⠀
#AIDS2020Virtual © UNICEF/Gonzalez Farran