17 March 2023

One Day of Being Governor

What did you do on Children’s Day? We, the members of the Young People Advisory Board (YPAB), had the opportunity to shadow the Bangkok Governor, Mr. Chatchard Sittipunt, and Deputy Governor, Mr. Sanon Wangsrangboon, as they went on a day filled with activities in Bangkok, the capital city known for its social and cultural diversity. Follow us as…, Children’s Discovery Museum, Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sittipun, along with UNICEF YPAB members, visited Children's Discovery Museum. UNICEF Thailand/2023/Preechapanich Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sittipun, along with UNICEF YPAB members, watched videos in 4D theater. UNICEF Thailand/2023/Preechapanich Display caption Hide Caption Display caption Hide Caption On their first…, Benjakitti Park, Deputy Governor Sanon Wangsrangboon, UNICEF YPAB members and the Governor of Fukuoka went on a field trip to Benjakitti Park. UNICEF Thailand/2023/Chayaphattharitthee Deputy Governor Sanon Wangsrangboon, UNICEF YPAB members and the Governor of Fukuoka went on a field trip to Benjakitti Park. UNICEF Thailand/2023/Chayaphattharitthee Display caption…, Children’s Day Event at Bangkok Youth Center (Thai-Japan), On National Children's Day, UNICEF YPAB members, UNICEF staff, and Chadchart Sittipun gathered. UNICEF Thailand/2023/Preechapanich A boy who joined Children's Day event at Bangkok Youth Center (Thai-Japan) UNICEF Thailand/2023/Preechapanich Display caption Hide Caption Display caption Hide Caption Deputy Governor Sanon Wangsrangboon handed snacks…, Children’s Day Event at Angoon Garden, Deputy Governor Sanon Wangsrangboon, UNICEF YPAB members joined Children's Day event at Angoon Garden. UNICEF Thailand/2023/Chayaphattharitthee Deputy Governor Sanon Wangsrangboon, UNICEF YPAB members joined Children's Day event at Angoon Garden. UNICEF Thailand/2023/Chayaphattharitthee Display caption Hide Caption Display caption Hide Caption…, The Power of Civil Society Network, Deputy Governor Sanon Wangsrangboon and UNICEF YPAB members joined ‘The Power of Civil Society Network’ session. UNICEF Thailand/2023/Chayaphattharitthee UNICEF YPAB members joined ‘The Power of Civil Society Network’ session. UNICEF Thailand/2023/Chayaphattharitthee Display caption Hide Caption Display caption Hide Caption After our adventure to…, Rod Fai Park - Chatuchak Park - Sirikit Park, Deputy Governor Sanon Wangsrangboon, UNICEF YPAB members and UNICEF staff walked through Rod Fai Park, Chatuchak Park and Sirikit Park. UNICEF Thailand/2023/Chayaphattharitthee UNICEF YPAB members and UNICEF staff gathered on the ground. UNICEF Thailand/2023/Preechapanich Display caption Hide Caption Display caption Hide Caption Our last stop was…, Something to Share with Other Youths, Panupan (Top) Pitak UNICEF Thailand/2023/Preechapanich Panupan (Top) Pitak There always is price to pay for changes towards a better future. It might cost physical strength, emotional power, or the feeling that we have to trade for our dream. But one thing that I would like to remind everyone is to hold onto their dreams without giving up.…
13 September 2018

I Am UNICEF

I Am UNICEF is a volunteer programme to help improve the lives of children and youth in Thailand. You can now lend us a hand and be the voice for every child and young person in Thailand. , Let's work together!, Stories from the field, " This experience has left a remarkable impression on me, and I’m very happy to be able to help out on the day. " Pawat - I Am UNICEF volunteer Pawat and other I Am UNICEF volunteers distributed UNICEF Activity Booklets to Klongtoey community. Jakkarin Sirimongkol Pawat and other I Am UNICEF volunteers distributed UNICEF Activity Booklets to…, A touching story from an I Am UNICEF volunteer, Hi, my name is Pawat. I’m a high-school student preparing for university entrance exams. I recently had the opportunity to volunteer to distribute food coupons and UNICEF COVID-19 activity booklets to families of the Klongtoey community near Bangkok. The event was organized by the Klongtoey D Jung Group and the I Am UNICEF Volunteer team, aiming…, Our Work, children lives changed, 90,000,000+, Children's lives changed worldwide UNICEF has helped save more children’s lives than any other humanitarian organization – 90 million since 1990. Time Contribution for children, 12,000+, Hrs. spent helping Thai children Did you know?  One of the greatest contributions for children is your time!  youth voices, 450,000+, Thai children voices were heard You can be the voice of children by sharing our messages, Still, there's a lot more to do in Thailand:, 1 in 10 children are stunted Every 5 minutes, a teenage mom gives birth to a child Half of migrant children are not in school  , Why Join Us?,  , Contact I Am UNICEF Team, Email: volunteerth@unicef.org Website: https://iam.unicef.or.th/, Our Partners, Children and Youth Council of Thailand Children and Youth Council of Thailand p2h Path2health Foundation Sorsorsor Thai Health Promotion Foundation u-report U-Report Thailand Thai Red Cross The Thai Red Cross Society, See Our Partners, Cover image for EveryDayIsMindDay, Become A Mental Health Champion #EveryDayMindDay, Become A Mental Health Champion: download and share the mental health toolkit with UNICEF! #EveryDayMindDay Sign up
11 September 2018

Here's how to prepare South-East Asia's young people for the future

Young people can drive our economies and societies to be more vibrant and productive. At the same time, their potential can only be realized if they benefit from quality education from early childhood to adolescence and beyond. Providing creative and effective learning environments is thus an ongoing challenge in the East Asia and Pacific (EAP)…, 21st-century skills, Improving learning, the uptake of 21st-century skills and employability in young people are critical issues for this region. While investments in second-decade education have been made, challenges to its efficacy remain. Learning has often not been responsive to the needs of young girls and boys, or to the critical changes and demands of modern…, Diverse challenges, While the burden of learning outcomes and readiness for work and life is often placed on education systems, they cannot be the only answer to the complex challenges faced by our societies. The EAP region is extremely diverse, accommodating vast economic differences as well as disparities in geography, gender equality and ethnicity. How do such…, A platform for innovation, Finally, in a region driven by entrepreneurship and technology, creativity and self-expression by adolescents and youth are major spurs to innovation. There is widespread recognition of the importance of active participation of children and adolescents within education and learning structures and its positive influence on the development of skills…