On 15 September, a social mobilizer from NGO Association des Jeunes Conditionnaires et Manutentionnaires (AJCOM), a UNICEF partner, carries a basin of water past the soapy hands of children, in Conakry, the capital. The mobilizer is teaching the children about proper handwashing techniques, which help prevent the spread of diseases, including Ebola.
Imam Dr. Lamine Diallo speaks to his congregation during his Friday sermon about #Ebola. All of the mosques and churches in Guinea are trained by UNICEF to speak on Ebola prevention measures.
This has saved the lives of 100 million children. But 17,000 children are still dying each day, mainly from preventable causes.
The world needs to step up to end preventable child deaths. Find out how we do it in the new #Promise4Children report: http://uni.cf/APR2014
"Be sincere to your duties, and enjoy doing what you do." -
Narender Nalwade, Driver, UNICEF India (Hyderabad Field Office)
What does your average working day look like?
I’m at the office by 9:00 a.m and the first thing I do is check the general maintenance of our two UN vehicles. After this, I report to the State Operations Officer (my…
The day-by-day spread of Ebola, made with information from Healthmap.org. Here’s how we’re working to halt the spread of this deadly disease.
Books, pencils, playgrounds, crayons – not all children will have access to these things going back to school. But they will be exposed to violence: http://uni.cf/1AbEGqt
UNICEF Specialists discuss the difficult realities of Ebola with the Guinean Religious Community. These leaders, men and women, will then train their colleagues in their communities.
UNICEF has produced many new materials to keep getting the word out about Ebola
Violence against children is everywhere. But it is not inevitable.
Read our unprecedented new report on #ENDviolence and find out why it’s in our hands to stop it: http://uni.cf/endviolence