Child-friendly schools create opportunities for all in targeted districts across Yemen
UNICEF correspondent Anja Baron reports on child-friendly schools supported by UNICEF in Yemen.
Working to prevent a wider outbreak as cholera cases are confirmed in Haiti
UNICEF Radio speaks with UNICEF Haiti Chief of Health Jean-Claude Mubalama about the country's cholera outbreak.
Counsellor for child soldiers, featured in film, discusses her work in Uganda
UNICEF Radio speaks with Jane Ekayu, a counsellor to former child soldiers in Uganda, featured in the new documentary 'Children of War.'
UNICEF and partners fight deadly, but preventable, cholera outbreak in Cameroon
UNICEF Cameroon Representative Ms. Musu Clemens-Hope speaks with UNICEF Radio about the outbreak of cholera in Northern Cameroon.
UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake reflects on visit to Pakistan
UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake visited Pakistan earlier this week to meet with officials, as well as visit relief camps and survey the damage caused by the mass flooding. UNICEF Radio caught up with him on an early afternoon flight from Multan to Islamabad. He reflected on what he saw during his visit.
Beyond School Books 47 Summit participants join efforts to educate and empower girls
UNICEF podcast moderator Femi Oke interviews participants from the 2011 Global Conference for Social Change and Women and Girls Education Summit, discussing the importance of empowering women and girls through education.
Podcast #44: Young people assess the needs of their peers
Podcast moderator Amy Costello discusses the importance of youth participation in research with Valon Kurhasani, Jafar Usmanovis and Mathew Emry. The guests worked together on a UNICEF survey that aims to investigate youth perspectives on education quality, which had the participation of young people in every step of the process.
Podcast 43: One year on, flood disaster's impact lingers in Pakistan
Radio moderator Amy Costello speaks with Nafisa Shah and Shahnaz Wazir Ali about the challenge of achieving quality education for all in the aftermath of massive floods that struck Pakistan a year ago.
Podcast #42: As South Sudan looks to nationhood, education is pivotal
UNICEF Radio moderator Amy Costello speaks with Yasmin Haque of UNICEF and Carol Francis-Rinehart of Project Educate Sudan about the challenges facing children in a newly independent South Sudan.
Podcast #41: After the conflict, young people work to bring about social change in Kosovo
UNICEF Radio moderator Amy Costello talks to three young people who are working in Pristina, Kosovo’s capital, to bring social change in their communities.