Alizeta Ouedraogo is a 16-year-old girl from Burkina Faso. This first-hand account provides the viewer Alizeta’s perspective on climate change and what she and her classmates are doing to address it in their community.
UNICEF’s Editor of the State of the World’s Children Report, David Anthony, talks about the Millennium Development Goals as they connect to excluded and invisible children.
UNICEF Radio correspondent Blue Chevigny showcases examples of radio PSAs against HIV/AIDS produced by youth in Jamaica.
Michael Lual, 17, reports on families struggling to pay school fees in Southern Sudan.
Digital Diarist Tsholofelo Selufaro, 19, speaks about the issue of child labor in Botswana.
UNICEF Representative in Nepal Gillian Mellsop talks about the transition ahead as former Maoist army child soldiers rejoin civilian life.
Thousands of people died in Zimbabwe’s 2009 cholera outbreak. Poor access to clean water and sanitation is a leading cause of cholera.
Sebastian, a young boy in Haiti, describes his family’s ordeal after the devastating earthquake struck in January, 2010.
UNICEF examines how children are able to access education, twenty years after the ratification of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Emmanuel, a young student in Liberia hopes to continue to study engineering, but cannot afford the school fees that are required for study.
Youth delegates from the Children's Climate Forum outline the many issues their countries are facing in relation to climate change.