UNICEF reaching children with an engaging awareness-raising memory game against COVID-19
Thanks to generous contributions from ECHO, Educate a child and WFP
Following months of COVID-19 measures in Syria, movement restrictions have been eased and schools have reopened. To help keep children safe and informed about the precaution and prevention measures against the coronavirus global pandemic, UNICEF has been reaching them with an engaging awareness-raising memory game.
“I know a lot about the coronavirus, and I have a good memory. I’m sure I will win when I play the game with my siblings,”
In Aleppo, with thanks to generous contributions from the European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO) and Education Cannot Wait (ECW), UNICEF is distributing more than 52,000 memory games to children, along with food baskets provided by the World Food Programme (WFP) to support the families whose financial resources were severely impacted by the conflict.