22 September 2022

Climate Change

Climate change is a direct threat to a child’s ability to survive, grow, and thrive. As extreme weather events such as cyclones and heatwaves increase in frequency and ferocity, they threaten children’s lives and destroy infrastructure critical to their well-being. Floods compromise water and sanitation facilities, leading to diseases such as…, 4 key asks for world leaders at COP27, UNICEF urges leaders and governments to take immediate action to protect children from climate devastation by adapting the critical social services they rely on, such as water, health, nutrition and education. All social services must be climate-sensitive and all climate policies and plans must be child-sensitive. To help children prepare for the…, Statements and reports for COP27, Closing statement by UNICEF Head of Delegation Position paper: Incorporating child rights into climate action Joint statement by the UN Migration Network Report: Child-sensitive climate policies for every child, “Youth For Climate” Caravan, UNICEF/Egypt 2022 UNICEF/Egypt 2022 Display caption Show Original Caption Display caption Show Original Caption                                              , More from UNICEF Egypt, Awareness sessions on climate change issues , Sustainable Transportation View this post on Instagram A post shared by UNICEF Egypt (@unicef.egypt) Waste Management View this post on Instagram A post shared by UNICEF Egypt (@unicef.egypt) Ecotourism View this post on Instagram A post shared by UNICEF Egypt (@unicef.egypt) Climate Change Impact View this post on Instagram A post shared by…