UNICEF Podcast

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UNICEF Zimbabwe Chief of Communication James Elder discusses the effect of post-election violence on children.
UNICEF Chief of Water, Environment and Sanitation Clarissa Brocklehurst tells UNICEF Radio why the importance of sanitation is often overlooked.
Mohammed, 16, speaks to UNICEF Radio from his home in Sadr City while fighting echoes in the streets.
Podcast #2: The War’s Over, Now Where’s Your Homework? Moderator Amy Costello talks with guests Ishmael Beah, Nicholas Kristof and Dyan Mazurana about child soldiers and education, in the context of humanitarian aid delivery to conflict and post-crisis countries.
Digital Diarist Tsholofelo Selufaro, 19, speaks about the issue of child labour in Botswana.
UNICEF Radio and Voices of Youth Digital Diarist Mamiwhe Kpahgbor of Liberia interviews people in her home community about the education system, particularly for girls.
UNICEF Radio Correspondent Blue Chevigny talks with teenage girls from Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory about the current escalation of conflict in their communities.
UNICEF Radio correspondent Blue Chevigny reports on the life of Nada, 40, who attends university and sends her children to school against the odds in Iraq.
UNICEF communications officer in Burundi Olalekan Ajia discusses the flooding situation and UNICEF’s relief efforts in Burundi.
19-year old Berenice reports on life at University. Part 5 of 6.
From droughts to flash floods, failing crops and risk of increased infectious disease, the changes in the earth's climate are having a huge impact on children's lives. This podcast produced by the Office of Research focuses on climate change and its escalating impact on development progress, on children and on inter-generational equity. It looks at the science, the politics, and the next generation, but also the opportunities to innovatively protect and empower children to change the world they live in. It proposes a 20-minute debate with three experts in the subject of climate change - Dr Tom Mitchell (head of climate change at ODI); Professor Saleem Ul Huq (Senior Fellow in the Climate Change Group at the International Institute for Environment and Development); and Ms Esther Agbarakwe (head of the Nigerian Youth Climate Coalition).
UNICEF podcast moderator Femi Oke speaks with Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports in the Republic of South Sudan Dr. Cirino Hiteng Ofuho and youth activist and Director of the African Youth Initiative Network in Uganda Victor Ochen about youth engagement in education and peace-building.
UNICEF's Sophie Boudre reports on a programme to promote breastfeeding in an earthquake-affected village in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
UNICEF Ecuador’s Cecilia Davila gives a full account of the evacuation of villagers near the Tungurahua volcano and how this has affected children.
Sophie Boudre reports from Tegal Rejo village, Indonesia, where UNICEF is promoting continued breastfeeding.
UNICEF correspondent Thierry Delvigne-Jean reports on the HIV/AIDS peer education project in Cameroon.
As violence intensifies in the Middle East, Dr. Ruth Pat-Horenczyk, Director of Child and Adolescent Clinical Services at the Israel Center for the Treatment of Psychotrauma at the Herzog Hospital in west Jerusalem, talks about the psychological trauma experienced by Israeli children.
UNICEF’s Special Representative in the occupied Palestinian territory, Dan Rohrman, talks about the rising number of child deaths in the region.
Listen to an interview with ‘Curious Minds’ participant Miranda Naa Aforkor Tetteh.
UNICEF correspondent Roshni Karwal speaks to UNICEF Pakistan Chief of External Relations Antonia Paradela about the earthquake in Balochistan province.
UNICEF Communications Specialist Jaya Murthy, in Goma, describes how recent fighting is stalling the humanitarian effort.
UNICEF Haiti Communication Officer Louis-Etienne Vigneault talks about the consequences of three major storms crossing over Haiti during the past three weeks.
Hector Lourenso of Angola's Radio Pio, a finalist for the 2008 ICDB Award for radio, discusses the responsibilities of being a young radio journalist.
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Podcast Details

Started
Jul 29th, 2005
Latest Episode
Nov 21st, 2018
Release Period
Daily
No. of Episodes
545
Explicit
No

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