UNICEF social media

Connect with UNICEF online

UNICEF is active in the world of online social media and would like to see you there, too.

UNICEF has been helping the world's children for over 60 years but is still firmly focused on the future – and that means keeping pace with the latest 'social media' trends.

Did you know that UNICEF is on YouTube, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Flickr and Scribd, and would like to see you there, too?

UNICEF YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter are also available in Spanish, French, Arabic and Chinese.

These easy-to-use platforms allow people and organizations to connect online. In UNICEF's case, this interaction serves an important cause: ensuring health, education, equality and protection for the world's children. Here are some ways for you to take part.

Subscribe to UNICEF on YouTube

Join thousands of YouTube subscribers in advancing UNICEF's life-saving efforts through the power of video. Subscribe.

Become a 'fan' of UNICEF on Facebook

This popular social-media tool allows UNICEF to bring informative content – including video, audio and photos – to thousands of Facebook 'fans'. Become a fan.

Become a 'friend' of UNICEF on MySpace

A pioneer in social media, MySpace enables UNICEF to reach out to thousands of 'friends' with rich multimedia content. Become a friend.

Follow UNICEF on Twitter

Twitter's social-messaging utility, available via your computer or mobile device, lets you stay connected with UNICEF's worldwide efforts in real time. Follow UNICEF.

Make UNICEF a ‘contact’ on Flickr

Flickr is a photo-sharing website where anyone can upload and tag photos, browse others' photos and add comments and annotations. Join UNICEF's community and follow our efforts through the lens of a camera. Become a contact. 

Subscribe to UNICEF on Scribd

With over 50 million visitors a month, Scribd is the largest social publishing and reading site in the world. Subscribe.



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