If low-income countries don't receive the #COVID19 vaccine, the whole world will feel the consequences.
UNICEF knows vaccines. And with the world's largest humanitarian supply warehouse, we won't stop until everyone has access to them. Learn how UNICEF is making this happen:
UNICEF & partners’ 24/7 emergency response is helping vulnerable refugee families living in remote areas to cope with harsh weather conditions this winter. Along with cash assistance & distributions of warm winter clothing, this critical support helps children stay #WarmForWinter
Designed to get kids up and moving to stay physically fit, this UNICEF-supported program in Bolivia also makes kids like Ángeles feel less isolated during quarantine.
"She knows that she is not alone, and that she can feel like other children feel," says her mom. #EducationDay
Even during the pandemic, UNICEF-supported vaccinators around the 🌎 do whatever it takes to reach communities, no matter how remote they may be. Now with this partnership, you can join us & @DiscoveryIncTV in helping us protect health workers as they protect vulnerable families.
A small group of wealthy nations, including the U.S., has already locked up more than half of the world’s current vaccine supply. Experts say this could prolong the pandemic by years. @CynthiaMcFadden reports.
"In history, [COVAX] is the greatest logistical challenge that — on a scale — we have not seen before in global health," UNICEF's Gian Gandhi tells @TODAYshow.
When it comes to eradicating #COVID19, we need to include everyone.
Help save lives TODAY. Purchase a subscription to @discoveryplus between now and April 19th and we'll donate $1 to @UNICEFUSA to help them deliver 2 Billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines to global frontline workers and vulnerable populations in 2021
This year exposed inequalities worldwide. Yet 2020 won't be defined by hardships alone, but by neighbors supporting each other and a global community working to help children thrive.
#UNICEFWontStop until the rights of every child are protected. Join us:
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