Progress is possible, but only if we invest in young people’s potential.
People who live in hard-to-reach areas around the world face unique barriers to getting vaccinated. Healthcare workers are finding new ways to deliver vaccinations to communities that have been underserved.
“Routine immunization must be protected and strengthened; otherwise, we risk trading one deadly disease for another,” - Dr Kate O’Brien, Director of the WHO’s Department of Immunization
We need to ensure that this is an economic recovery that works for everyone. How can YOU help? Think globally this #GivingTuesday and give to organizations that are supporting education, health, and nutrition for communities around the 🌎.
The COVID-19 pandemic only exacerbated the persistent inequalities and challenges in HIV services around the globe. Today, the world must double down on its commitments to defeat HIV and save lives everywhere. #WorldAIDSDay
Don't have a red nose? That's ok! For every RT we'll donate $10 toward ending child poverty. #RedNose4Kids
The upcoming Generation Equality Forum in Paris is the moment for the world to deliver for women and girls. #ActForEqual
Prime Minister Narendra Modi received the Global Goalkeeper Award at tonight’s Goalkeepers Global Goals Awards. This award recognizes the progress India has made in providing safe sanitation under his leadership.