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How is the pandemic affecting children’s mental health?

Children may have been largely spared the worst physical effects of COVID-19, but it has still upended their lives, and created real concern for...

World Toilet Day 2021 – UNICEF will ‘Make a Splash’ with an expansion of CSR partnership

On World Toilet Day today, UNICEF announced the expansion of the ‘Make a Splash!’ partnership with LIXIL. The expansion will reach children and families...

UN Agencies: UNICEF Working to Establish Children’s Rights

In the run-up to the United Nations (UN) Day on October 24th and as part of The CSR Journal’s new UN-Agencies series, let us...

Only 22% Schools in India have Digital Infrastructure: UNICEF Report

The future of the country relies on the quality of education offered to the children and the youth. India has the potential to reap...

BSG with YuWaah & UNICEF to engage 5M Youth in India through Leadership Development, Learning, Skilling, Employment & Entrepreneurship Opportunities

The Bharat Scouts and Guides (BSG), the national Scouting and Guiding association of India, has partnered with YuWaah (Generation Unlimited India) and UNICEF with the...

Inviting 5 Million Young Warriors to Tackle COVID-19 and Renew Hope for India

Young People, the Ministry of Youth Affairs (MoYAS), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), YuWaah and UNICEF, with the support of 950+ coalition partners across Government, Civil Society,...

SAGE Foundation and UNICEF MahaPECONet to upskill youth from migrant families in BFSI sector

Shahani Academic & Global Empowerment Foundation (SAGE), a non-profit trust focused on skills training, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Rise Infinity...

Extreme child poverty will rise during the pandemic: World Bank report

An estimated one in six children or 356 million globally were living in extreme poverty before the COVID-19 pandemic began, and this is set...

W-SHARP, a women-led success story in water security

Almost 70% of Maharashtra state’s geographical area lies in the semi-arid region, rendering it vulnerable to water scarcity. The plight of people living in...

Children Design National Stamps on Child Rights for Children’s Day

The Department of Posts, in association with UNICEF today announced the winners of the 2019 Stamp Design Competition, celebrating Children’s Day in India and...

The Triple Burden of Malnutrition

A recently released Comprehensive National Nutrition Survey (CNNS) survey shows that 35% of Indian children under five are stunted, 17% are wasted and 33...

How Child Rights Came To Be

In the industrialized countries of the early twentieth century, there were no standards of protection for children. It was common for them to work...

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