We looked inside some of the tweets by @UNICEFZIMBABWE and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Over 975,000 cholera vaccines! Thanks to funding from @gavi, @MoHCCZim in partnership with @UNICEF and @WHO_Zimbabwe The Oral Cholera Vaccine Campaign to prevent a #cholera outbreak in the two #CycloneIdal affected districts has begun For more info 👉🏽 https://uni.cf/2ZffKD9
Biriiri Clinic in Chimanimani have begun to administer the Oral Cholera Vaccine. Their daily target at this site is 734 vaccinations per day. Biriiri was one of the hardest hit villages during #CycloneIdai. Access to water and sanitation were greatly affected here.
The cholera vaccines have arrived in Chimanimani and Chipinge! The Oral Cholera Vaccine Campaign kicks off on Tuesday April 16, targeting residents in the two #CycloneIdal affected districts to reduce the risk of a cholera outbreak. @MoHCCZim @gavi @WHO_Zimbabwe
“We can’t believe this,” says Farayi, 23. “We just think we’re dreaming.” Team Amigo is a global winner of the #GenUnlimited Youth Challenge, receiving funds and mentorship for their bold plan: a new app to bring textbooks to remote and disadvantaged students across Zimbabwe.
Choices we make affect our lives, #UNICEF helps children & their families learn & understand the consequences of their choices, & change their behaviour to live a healthier life. Read how going against long-held social norms saved Marian & her children 👉🏽 https://uni.cf/2Idtucp
Faces and stories from #CycloneIdai: Over 129,000 Children were affected by #CycloneIdai. With support from partners, UNICEF is working to assist children and families affected & alleviate their suffering. @DFID_UK | @UKinZimbabwe | @eu_echo | @euinzim | @childlinezim | @REPSSI
Thousands of children and their families affected by #CycloneIdai are in need of urgent humanitarian assistance. #UNICEF is on the ground delivering essential supplies. Support our work on the ground 👉🏽 http://bit.ly/2WlETcW @DFID_UK | @UKinZimbabwe | @eu_echo | @euinzim
Child Friendly Spaces (CFS) are providing children affected by #cycloneidai with a place to develop, play and learn in a safe environment. UNICEF Zimbabwe Representative Laylee Moshiri interacts with children at a CFS in Ngangu, Chimanimani 📷 UNICEF/2019/ @saMutsi
In the aftermath of #CycloneIdai, restoring access to safe water for children & their families is a top priority. Learn how we're responding from Aidan Cronin, Chief of Water, Sanitation & Hygiene, #UNICEFZimbabwe. Donate to support our work on the ground http://bit.ly/2WlETcW
It's #WorldHealthDay! Access to healthcare is a right. Not a privilege. Thanks to the Health Development Fund, health outcomes for children and women are improving in Zimbabwe. #ForeveryChild, a happy and healthy start in life. |@EuropeAid | @euinzim | @eu_eeas | @mimicaEU |
Essential counselling support 🇬🇧🇿🇼 in Kopa village. Over 1 in 10 children at the local primary school died, so did 4 teachers & head teacher. Many surviving children lost one or both parents. Cindy told me how #UKaid is providing a safe space to talk. #CycloneIdai #Zimbabwe
Adolescent girls at Ngangu Primary School draw their "Tree in Family" as part of psycho-social support in the aftermath of #CycloneIdai . "Its an opportunity for them to open up about their hopes and aspirations" Melissa Mauyangwe from @REPSSI our partner on the ground.