Joint UNICEF-bTV campaign to end violence against children
In November 2014, bTV (the biggest private national television in Bulgaria) and UNICEF Bulgaria laun...View more
In November 2014, bTV (the biggest private national television in Bulgaria) and UNICEF Bulgaria launched a joint social campaign to raise awareness towards the issue of violence against children, its consequences and the means to ensure adequate support and care for the victims.
The rights to survival, development and protection is an inalienable rights of every child and is guaranteed by the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Every child should be respected as an individual person and an active member of their family, community and society.
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UNICEF Bulgaria launched a long-term campaign urging louder voices and urgent action to fight violence against children.
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The Visiting nursеs from the Center for Maternal and Child Health, supported by UNICEF, can support you. Help them to reach more families.
With Syria’s war well into its third year, the number of Syrian children forced to flee their homeland as refugees has now reached one million. Children of Syria need shelter, warm clothes, food, health, psycological help and education. The largest humanitarian operation in history has seen UNHCR and UNICEF mobilizing support to millions of affected families and children. Help us to reach them now.
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UNICEF Bulgaria establishes new, easy and convinient, free of taxes and VAT channel for monthly donations through mobile phone. Clients of all national mobile operators in Bulgaria should only send an SMS with number "2" or "5" to 1021. The SMS text reflects the price and value of the monthly donation. VAT will not be charged.
Campaign materials available in Bulgarian.
From January 6th - each Sunday, from 15 o' clock watch on bTV In eight consecutive Sundays the program will take you to the "Workshop for Parents" - a place where they share issues and relationships education of their children.
This holiday season help UNICEF reach the children in need.
This time the documentary reality touches on the most important years of personality development: from birth to the first steps in school. The show brings to the surface problems most of us - parents in Bulgaria - have to deal with every day but they often remain untold and unresolved. The show is part of UNICEF's work in support of early childhood development and...
Children need care every day, every minute, always. If each of us helps regularly, they would never be alone. Become BLAGODETEL, because a single gesture is not enough. Give childhood and make thousands of children happy! Give monthly via direct debit or standing order in your bank, or register at www.unicef.bg
UNICEF is launching an early childhood development campaign with the slogan Hear me now! Tomorrow may be too late! It aims at raising public awareness of the importance of early childhood and the need for support, as well as to raise funds for the UNICEF "School for Parents - Let's Grow up Together" project.
The second season of The Magnificent Six starts on 22 September, at 20.00 hours on bTV. The show, which paved the way for a new type of charity in Bulgaria, it was broadcast in bTV primetime for 3 months.
"Every child matters and should be given a chance!"
"The Convention on the Rights of the Child stands as a universal standard for building a better world - a world in which the best interests of children are a primary concern of all. The challenge for the next 20 years is to build on the progress already achieved, working together to reach those children who are still being denied their rights to survival, development, protection and participation."
Where others see problems, we see opportunities. Where others see embarrassment, we see pride. Where others see burden, we see love. Because the most vulnerable children are our greatest priority.
"See it. Hear it. Tell it." campaign is being implemented by the Social Activities and Practices Institute, with the assistance of "No man's children" Foundation, Poland. The campaign aims at raising the public awareness and sensibility of adults about physical abuse of children and informing them about the effective ways of supporting a child victim of violence.
The campaign "One Pack = One Vaccine" organized by UNICEF and Pampers aims at raising funds for tetanus vaccines for African mothers and their newborns. Pampers will donate to the United Nations Children's Fund the cost of 1 vaccine for every specially marked pack of pampers sold.
Part of the work on the prevention of violence against and among children is complemented by the project "School free of Violence" implemented by UNICEF, the State Agency for Child Protection, Sofia Municipality, Ministry of Education and Science, and other institutions, aiming to create a safe and supporting school environment through direct interaction with children, teachers and parents in the school.
With the special participation of Dimitar Berbatov, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, the campaign is launched on 20 November - the day when the Convention on the Rights of the Child was signed.