Children take the lead at UNICEF in Haiti.
Samarre, 15 years old, played the role of Representative of UNICEF Haiti on the occasion of the celebration of World Children's Day 2023. Explore in pictures her visit behind the scenes of the organization, accompanied by her four companions.
Upon her arrival at the UNICEF premises, Samarre was warmly welcomed by M. Bruno Maes, the Representative of UNICEF Haiti.
Samarre and her companions are observing the portraits of the high-profile figures at UNICEF, among which is the portrait of the current Executive Director, Mrs. Catherine Russel.
In a moment filled with enthusiasm, Samarre was appointed as the new Representative of UNICEF Haiti.
Samarre's friends patiently await the start of the discussions with M. Bruno Maes.
Signing essential administrative documents for the proper functioning of the office.
"This new experience is wonderful, and I am happy to take on the role of Representative," she expresses.
Samarre and his delegation have engaged in fruitful discussions with M. Bruno Maes, addressing crucial concerns such as school safety and access to education for street children. These exchanges have allowed Samarre to present his vision and commitment to improving the lives of children in Haiti.
Lovencia, 18 years old, ensured the photographic coverage of the event, capturing the energy and enthusiasm of this important day.
The Representative and her delegation met with their colleagues from the education program to discuss recommendations and upcoming initiatives aimed at improving children's access to school.
Samarre did not hesitate to voice the concerns of his peers, expressing important issues and sharing his vision for a better future for children in Haiti.
The representative then went around the office and met all her colleagues with whom she was able to exchange ideas and strengthen the bonds within the team.
The day concluded with a session of summaries and reinforcement of recommendations, emphasizing the importance of collaboration within UNICEF.
M. Bruno Maes accompanied Samarre and his delegation to the end of the event, symbolizing unity and commitment to the common mission of the organization.