HIGHLIGHTS

Innovative Use of Cellular Technology Boosts Birth Registration in Pakistan
Thatta: The birth of a child calls for a lot of joy and celebration within rural communities of Sindh. At times, these celebrations continue for days and weeks as the entire village rejoices the new arrival, especially if it is a boy. Read More




UNICEF Pakistan Country Office Goes Green 
Islamabad: On 31 March, Ms. Karen Hulshof, Regional Director, inaugurated UNICEF Pakistan's 'Go Green' project - the 60 Kilo Watts Solar Power Plant. Read More





Inclusive Education Opportunities Changing Lives of Children from Fishermen Communities in Sindh

Karachi: “Inclusiveness of education programmes by engaging children from varied ethnicities and those with special needs and disabilities can pave the way for a peaceful world and sustainable development.” Read More



UNICEF Gives Marginalized Out-of-School Children a Chance at Education 
Bahawalpur: “When I started working at the barber shop three years ago, I could not imagine that going to school was still possible for me.” Read More

HIGHLIGHTS

Canada extends support to stop polio in Pakistan 
Canada pledges 40 million Canadian Dollars to support polio eradication in Pakistan over the next three years. Read More

World Water Day 2016 - #ClimateChain
Pakistan’s achievement of millennium development goal for sanitation lauded at global event on sanitation and water 
Pakistan minister presented country's success in achieving the millennium development goal (MDG) for sanitation at a global ministerial meeting on sanitation and water in Ethiopia. Read More

Climate change and lack of sanitation threaten water safety for millions: UNICEF
On the eve of World Water Day, UNICEF said the push to bring safe water to millions around the world is going to be even more challenging. Read Press Release


#IWD2016
Women's Day 2016 - Messages from UNICEF Pakistan Staff
UNICEF Pakistan staff share their views on women empowerment and gender equality in the context of the International Women's Day 2016 here.

Japan Contributes US$16 million to Benefit FATA Returnees and Afghan Refugees in Pakistan
Islamabad: The Government of Japan today announced a contribution of US$16 million in total to the UN Development Programme (UNDP), UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and UN World Food Programme (WFP) to support Returnees in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and Afghan refugees in Pakistan. Read


UNICEF Representative Angela Kearney’s interview to PTV World

In a recent interview to the Pakistan Television’s weekly programme ‘Diplomatic Enclave’, UNICEF Representative in Pakistan, Ms. Angela Kearney talked at length about UNICEF’s programmatic priority areas in Pakistan. Watch

Universal Children's Day 2015

Why fair matters
New York/Islamabad:
The world remains a deeply unfair place for the poorest and most disadvantaged children despite major advances since the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in 1989, according to a UNICEF report released today. Read more

 

Reports


For Every Child, A Fair Chance
Giving a fair chance in life to every child, everywhere – especially the most disadvantaged – offers the greatest hope of breaking inter-generational cycles of inequity and poverty in every society. That is the central proposition underlying UNICEF’s ‘equity agenda’. Read Full Report


UNICEF Pakistan Annual Report 2014
Click link to download full report in PDF format. Download Report


State of the World Children 2015 - Reimagine the Future
Will rapid change accentuate or diminish the extremes that separate children who want for almost nothing and those who are deprived of almost everything? Read the full digital report or the executive summary.


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