“1-minute green”

Young Change Maker Video Challenge

20 October 2020
Young Change Maker Video Challenge
UNICEF Viet Nam\Truong Viet Hung

Hanoi, 20 October 2020 - UNICEF and partners launched today a social media campaign named “1-minute green video challenge” to call on children, adolescents and young people living in Viet Nam to turn a ‘green thought’ into a ‘green action’ for Viet Nam. The video challenge will take place from 20 October to 18 November 2020, aiming to engage children and young people aged 8-18, increase their awareness and support them to raise their voice, develop innovative solutions and take action on issues related to environment and climate change.

The “1-minute green video challenge” is supported by Ali Hoang Duong, singer, winner of The Voice 2017 and coach for The Voice Kids 2019. A number of UNICEF’s partners are involved in the video challenge including Viet Nam Disasters Management Authority of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the United Nations International School of Hanoi (UNIS), OMT, KidsOnline, CFC Viet Nam, TEKY Academy, Vietnam Association for Education for All (VAEFA), and Med247.

The video challenge is part of the activities to celebrate the World Children’s Day in Viet Nam, with the theme of Reimagine a Greener and Cleaner Viet Nam for every child.

For detailed information of the “1-minute green video challenge”, please visit: https://uni.cf/2HeNeNB or visit our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/motphutxanh 

For further information, please contact:

Media contacts

Chu Huu Trang
Communication for Development Specialist
UNICEF Viet Nam
Tel: +84 (0) 913572423
Mr Louis Vigneault-Dubois
Chief of Communication and Advocacy
UNICEF Viet Nam
Tel: +84 (024) 3850 0100
Tel: +84 (0)96 6539 673

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