UNICEF

April 16, 2014
Brain Development in Children: The Impact of Adversity

This post originally appeared on the UNICEF blog site on 15 April 2014. Eighty percent of our brain is developed in the first five years of life – and the pace and complexity of this development is never ever repeated …View More  > 

October 21, 2013
by
The Lost Schoolgirls of Syria

This post originally appeared on the Huffington Post blog site on 11 October 2013. “She’s so smart,” Warfa says of her daughter, Cibar, nine, as she tries to help her to remember the English alphabet. Cibar can only get to …View More  > 

April 19, 2012
by
Levelling the playing field through early childhood care and education

By Abhiyan Rana, Over the course of my career with UNICEF I’ve seen first-hand the evidence that children who receive early learning opportunities are not only more likely to go on to enrol in primary school, they are more likely …View More  > 

Search Blog

Tweets

New @EFAReport paper shows #education can advance all of proposed #post2015 sustainable dev goals: http://t.co/HEShvCF9Sh #unite4dev #UNGA 7:06 PM Sep 18th
RT @globaledufirst: Promoting equity must be boldly addressed in the #Post2015 agenda moving forward - Mr Alipui #unite4dev 1:20 PM Sep 18th
RT @globaledufirst: Men are important advocates girls' for #education and empowerment - @Katja_Iversen #unite4dev 1:15 PM Sep 18th
Educating women is crucial for reducing neonatal mortality (accompanied by graph below) #promise4children 8:31 PM Sep 17th
Lack of women’s education and empowerment is a major underlying cause for child mortality http://t.co/iSyTkGcijT #promise4children 7:02 PM Sep 17th