The programme was launched in December 2017.
UNICEF led a panel discussion Wednesday at COP27 entitled “Climate Education: Inspiring Children to Take Action in Egypt”.
In her message, Azoulay stressed that the only possible solution to bring about a profound change in the world for the better lies in investing in education.
The Memorandum of Understanding was signed by H.E. Ambassador Naela Gabr, Chairperson of the National Coordinating Committee for Combating and Preventing Illegal Migration and Trafficking in Persons, and Mr. Jeremy Hopkins, UNICEF Representative in Egypt.
The “Youth For Climate” Caravan, an equipped mobile van powered by gas, will be led by a team of young people travelling across all the Egyptian governorates kicking off on the 5th of September.
Mashat praised the close relationship between the Egyptian government and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), highlighting its role in advancing the development agenda through aligning with national efforts aimed at supporting and empowering youth and strengthening social protection systems for children and mothers, as well as healthcare systems.
UNICEF and the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab Middle East and North Africa (J-PAL MENA) at The American University in Cairo (AUC) co-hosted a seminar titled “Early Childhood development: Guiding investments in long-term human capital development in Egypt”.
The MoU seeks to ensure the establishment of ideal child courts across Egypt, a country that has few juvenile courts and where children serve sentences in special institutions.
UNICEF and the Government of Japan signed and exchanged notes for a new collaboration between UNICEF and the Embassy of Japan titled ‘Expanding COVID-19 Vaccination in Egypt’ at the premises of the Ministry of International Cooperation. This collaboration aims to support the COVID-19 vaccination in Egypt and to establish effective cold chain systems for vaccines storage.
UNICEF and Japan signed Sunday memoranda of understanding (MoUs) to launch the project.
UNICEF announced today that the short documentary film “It Takes a Village” has won the “Best Short Documentary” award at the New York Movie Awards.
Catherine Russell took office today as UNICEF’s new Executive Director, becoming the fourth woman to lead the organization in its 75-year history.
1.3 million citizens benefited from disinfection and eradication services, as well as support and support for 250,000 women and children with social care services, as well as strengthening health services for about 3 million mothers and children.
The Pyramids of Giza were lit up for an hour in blue, the official color of the United Nations and UNICEF.
Today, in a high-level function under the auspices of and attended by His Excellency Sameh Shoukry, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Arab Republic of Egypt, UNICEF celebrated with national counterparts the 75th anniversary (UNICEF@75) of the establishment of UNICEF.
The World Health Organization [WHO] called on prioritizing vaccinating teachers against COVID-19 all around the world.
Indigenous peoples are endowed with a great diversity of unique cultures, traditions, languages and knowledge systems.
Instagram, in partnership with Egypt’s National Council for Women, Egypt’s National Council for Childhood and Motherhood, and UNICEF Egypt; has launched حاسبوا_على_كلامكم# - an online bullying awareness campaign across Egypt.
Minister of International Cooperation, Dr. Rania Al-Mashat, met with Ted Chaiban, UNICEF Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa.
The Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group has a long history of exploiting children for political purposes to achieve chaos in various countries of the Middle East, including Egypt.