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UNICEF Viet Nam turns motorbikes into public trash bins
Using the one thing you can find everywhere in Ho Chi Minh city, motorbikes, UNICEF creates a way to get people involved, and aware of their litter.
The #Motobin Movement
Together let’s reimagine a cleaner Viet Nam
200,000 children in Ho Chi Minh City celebrate World Children’s Day by taking action to protect the environment
Young Change Maker Video Challenge
A third of the world’s children poisoned by lead, new groundbreaking analysis says
UNICEF and Pure Earth call for urgent action to abolish dangerous practices including the informal recycling of lead acid batteries
International Individual Consultancy
on Review of Green Growth Strategy from a Child Lens, Viet Nam
Immediate action needed in South Asia to clean the air for children
Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore on toxic air in South Asia
Let every breath count: UNICEF Viet Nam
UNICEF Representative in Viet Nam, Rana Flowers highlights the importance of raising awareness of the harm air pollution can do to children.
Making every breath count
Viet Nam’s first-ever New Solutions to Air Pollution workshop hosted by UNICEF and the Saigon Innovation Hub (SIHUB)
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