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UNICEF Halloween Walk-a-thon: Walk Your Hood and Do Some Good
Want a fun Halloween activity you can do with the whole family, while helping other children around the world at the same time? We’re answering your questions about the UNICEF Halloween Walk-a-thon and how you can get involved.
Love My Neighbour: Canadians Helping Impact Global Change
For World Humanitarian Day, we hear from three different groups who have been taking part in the Love My Neighbour Project – where multi-faith Canadians have come together to promote global vaccine equity.
Love My Neighbour: Providing Support to Countries In Need
COVID-19 isn’t over for any of us, until it’s over for all of us. That’s why Canadian faith communities are raising funds to help increase equitable access and delivery of COVID-19 vaccines through the Love My Neighbour campaign.
Youth Advocates: Making Themselves Heard in the Fight Against COVID-19
In Mali, young people are out in their communities dispelling myths about the coronavirus.
When Information is the Only Treatment
In South Sudan, UNICEF community staff are hard at work, raising awareness of COVID-19, as well as how people can protect themselves and their families.
For Every Child, Health
UNICEF Canada is celebrating the Government of Canada’s commitment to supporting advancements in healthcare for women, newborns and children around the world, over the next 10 years.
David Morley’s Life-Mission to Improve Children’s Lives
Passion. Devotion. Humanism. For more than 40 years, UNICEF Canada CEO David Morley has been driven by a simple objective – to make the world a better place for children.
It’s not often we have the opportunity to discuss the power of partnership through technology and the support of women. Although, times are changing and Cisco along with UNICEF Canada are advancing the prospects of women globally through their commitment to help communities, economies and futures – one woman at a time.
Measuring child well-being in disruptive times
We live in disruptive times. The conditions in which children are growing up are changing quickly, evolving into futures that are difficult to imagine. What does this mean for how we measure their well-being? Ultimately, the discussions revolve around three fundamental questions in the data chain.