On May 7, UNICEF launched the Global Innovation Centre and Innovation Fund in New York. Visitors were able to learn more about UNICEF Innovations that take early stage innovations from start-up to scale-up to reach the lives of the children who need it the most. A series of 4 videos were created to highlight some of these innovations at work.
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UNICEF’s Global Innovation Centre and Innovation Fund Launch
Stuart Campo talks about why the innovation fund is so important to UNICEF in helping children from around the world.
UNICEF Innovations: U-Report
IU-Report Project Officer, Caroline Barebwoha talks about U-Report, a free youth-facing engagement application that allows young people to discuss important issues that matter to them.
UNICEF Innovations: Internet of Good Things
Stefan Bock, Head of Global Innovation Lab, Uganda talking about the Internet of Good Things initiative which is a set of mobile-ready web-based resources and applications that bring good to life and education to children with no internet access.
UNICEF Innovations: Adolescent Kit
Jason Robinson talks about the Adolescent Kit for Expression and Innovation, a package of guidance, tools and supplies to support country programmes to reach and engage adolescents ages 10-18 affected by conflict and other crises.