Our vision for Thailand by 2026
UNICEF’s goal is for all children in Thailand, especially the most disadvantaged, to see their rights progressively fulfilled and develop to their full potential.
More children aged 0-6 are on track for development and school.
- By strengthening the early childhood development (ECD) system for quality support and services that are strongly linked.
- By engaging families in supporting child development and promoting the role of Government and society in creating these conditions for families.
- By promoting universal ECD support and services and reducing barriers for the most vulnerable.
More boys and girls complete inclusive and equitable quality basic education with relevant and improved learning outcomes.
- By improving learning and skills in the early years.
- By developing a curriculum for the needs of learners.
- By reinforcing 21st century skills.
- By developing transferable skills for the transition from school to work.
More young people can access health and employability services and are empowered to influence decision-making and co-create solutions for a greener, more resilient and inclusive society.
- By developing policies and services for young people’s health and well-being.
- By building young people's skills and supporting their employability and transition to work.
- By boosting youth participation in decision-making and co-creating health, education, employment and social services that meet the needs of girls.
More children are better protected from violence, exploitation, abuse, neglect and unnecessary family separation.
- By strengthening social services and their workforces for the protection needs of the most vulnerable and improving information management.
- By improving the prevention and detection of violence and exploitation, including online abuse.
More children benefit from an evidence-based, shock responsive, integrated and inclusive social protection system.
- By generating and using data and evidence in policymaking as well as strengthening monitoring and evaluation.
- By shaping a social protection system that is strongly linked and responsive to shocks and emergencies.
- By promoting investment in children and making it go further.