Published: Apr 21, 2022
Multiple challenges, including escalating conflict and violence, the Covid-19 pandemic, climate-related disasters, rising poverty and a collapse in public services in Myanmar have left an estimated 14.4 million people including 5 million children in need of humanitarian assistance, UNICEF Myanmar has pointed out in a statement.
Published: Feb 11, 2022
While the internet offers new opportunities in education amid the pandemic, it has also become a platform for threat and sexual abuse among children, an official of the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef) said on Wednesday.
Published: Dec 18, 2021
"When COVID-19 community transmission increases and stringent public health measures become a necessity, schools must be the last places to close and the first to re-open," UN Childrens Fund (UNICEF) chief Henrietta Fore said.
Published: Dec 10, 2021
More than one million children are in need of humanitarian assistance due to COVID-19 pandemic, armed conflict and rising poverty, announced UNICEF Myanmar.
Published: Nov 09, 2021
As part of the newly launched Every Day is Mind Day campaign, UNICEF Thailand is releasing two mental health toolkits on its website for young people and caregivers in Thailand to help them take care of their mental well-being and support their loved ones.