The last #EmergencyLessons video from Amosh and Anjali in Nepal asks us to show what school means to us, with an emoji. Here’s mine. Share yours, and help celebrate the end of this incredible video series from UNICEF, which shows just how life-changing and vital school is for children who are living through, and in the aftermath of, emergencies.
In response to Ali & Gaith, who miss their journey to school, here's mine. School gives children in emergencies routine, normality, and security. For these children, their education means everything. Their journey to school gives them a sense of purpose. For me, it gave me the chance to laugh with my Mum. #EmergencyLessons for UNICEF.
More #EmergencyLessons from UNICEF. Ali & Gaith, two boys from Iraq, who have been displaced by violence there, miss their walk to school. For children in emergencies, school is as vital as food and medicine. Education is power.
"Whosoever holds this hammer, if he be worthy, shall possess the power of Thor!" (i.e. everyone but the weirdo in the black suit). Unforgettable meeting all the children @ladycilentochildrenshospital. They're the real heroes. #madepossiblebychf #juicedtv #ladycilentochildrenshospital
More #EmergencyLessons with UNICEF and European Commission - Humanitarian Aid & Civil Protection (ECHO) and their amazing work supporting the education of children in emergencies. School is where we make friends, and often where we meet those people who will remain friends for life. Never is this more true than for children living in crises and conflict. Share Malak and Rapu’s... View details ⇨
As part of my work with UNICEF, I’m helping spread the word about their great work with European Commission - Humanitarian Aid & Civil Protection (ECHO) to support the education of children in emergencies. Check out Yaroslav and Nastya’s #EmergencyLessons video, and share your favourite school photo! I’ll be sharing mine (with some incredibly embarrassing hair), so stay tuned.