Editors Tigran Kalberer and Dr. Kannoo Ravindran combine market expertise and philanthropy to support UNICEF
Kids' school year check-in: three ways to keep positive momentum
Congratulations! You and your family have passed the first couple of months with kids back at school. Now is a good time to assess how it's going for your children, focusing not just on grades, but on the areas of their lives where things are going well and where there are opportunities to provide support. Are they leading a healthy lifestyle?
MPs go back-to-school for National Child Day
UNICEF Canada’s “Bring Your MP to School Day” lets students speak up on the issues that matter most
IKEA & IKEA Foundation, UNICEF and partners launch the ‘Let’s Play for Change’ initiative for children
IKEA Foundation today launches its ‘Let’s Play for Change’ initiative in collaboration with UNICEF and partners to raise funds and promote the role of play in helping young children reach optimal brain development.
Interview with Giorgio Manasseri, 10, Winner of UNICEF Canada Holiday Card Contest
Giorgio Manasseri is just 10 years old, but he’s already helping children in need around the world. As the winner of the annual holiday card contest run jointly by UNICEF Canada, Pier 1 Imports and Owlkids, Giorgio’s design will be featured on UNICEF cards for sale in Pier 1 Imports stores across Canada this holiday season, sales of which go towards supporting UNICEF’s life-saving work with vulnerable children around the world. Giorgio also received a $5,000 scholarship and his school received $500 for art supplies. We asked Giorgio a few questions to get to know him better.
Stop bombing schools and hospitals says UNICEF Regional Director
Statement attributable to Geert Cappelaere, UNICEF MENA Regional Director.
Water Pumps Improve the Lives of Hundreds of Malawi Children
Here is a real gift with a real impact. In Malawi, poor access to clean water is a real problem for many children. They are often the ones tasked with water collection, which can be long and difficult, leaving them less time for school. Moreover, the water collected is not always safe for drinking. To help with this major problem, UNICEF has installed dozens of water pumps in the Karonga District of Northern Malawi.
Meet Livey: From pregnant and HIV-positive teen to inspiring young mayor
Livey Van Wyk, 31, has come a long way from pregnant and HIV-positive teenager to becoming a fulfilled mother and an influential and inspiring young mayor who is the pride of her native Namibia. Her life tells a powerful story of courage and hope, in which UNICEF played a crucial role to help her not only survive, but also thrive.
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