Tag: Internet of Good Things

Providing Life-Saving Information during Emergencies with Internet of Good Things (IoGT)

Providing Life-Saving Information during Emergencies with Internet of Good Things (IoGT)

Written by Guillaume Michels and UNICEF Innovation with contributions from: Sabine I. Michiels, UNICEF Benin, Niko Manos Wieland, UNICEF Angola, & Htet Htet Oo, UNICEF Myanmar. In a world where crises and conflicts are increasing in frequency, severity, and duration, humanitarian work must help lay the foundation for the long-term resilience of […]

October 2017 Recap: Must-Read Stories

October 2017 Recap: Must-Read Stories

Hi there UNICEFStories Readers. In case you missed our latest blogs, here’s a recap of some of the top stories published on UNICEF Innovation’s blog during October. Click away. Project Connect, in Partnership with UNICEF’s Office of Innovation, Launches First of Its Kind, Interactive Map Visualizing the Digital Divide in […]

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Internet of Good Things helps build the foundation for early learning in Eastern and Southern Africa

Written by: Guillaume Michels UNICEF’s Eastern and Southern Africa (ESAR) Communication and Early Education sections teamed up with UNICEF Office of Innovation’s Global Innovation Centre team to build and promote Early Education information, activities and Care Practices for Child Development with the Internet of Good Things (IoGT) mobile service. Children’s […]

Job Opportunity: Digital Content Editor, Office of Innovation

Job Opportunity: Digital Content Editor, Office of Innovation

Role: Digital Content Editor, Office of Innovation Job Number: 507221 | Vacancy Link Duty Station: Remote Work Type: Consultancy Duration: 6 months (with optional extension up to 11.5 Months based on performance and available funding) If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, […]

August 2016 Recap: Must Read Stories

August 2016 Recap: Must Read Stories

Hi there UNICEFStories Readers. This was a busy month. In case you missed our latest blogs, here’s a recap of some of the top stories published on UNICEF Innovation’s blog during August. Click away: UNICEF awarded by CIO 100 for game-changing innovations UNICEF was honored at the 29th CIO 100 Symposium […]

Jessica Tribbe, a UNICEF Uganda Innovation Lab team member, projects a text book with the Mobistation, a portable technology platform which can be powered by solar, generator, or grid power. Seeta CU school, Mukono district, Uganda. 14-02-2014   PHOTO/ Michele Sibiloni.

6 UNICEF Innovations: From strengthening health systems in real-time to empowering youth to speak up

By UNICEF Innovation #uinnovate For us, innovation at UNICEF means doing something different that adds value. This also means that we need to be agile so we can  adapt to the evolving challenges affecting all children. At UNICEF, we use innovation to create solutions that strengthen our work in child […]

Tsinghua University and UNICEF Host Youth Innovation Forum to Inspire New Ideas for Disadvantaged Children Around the World

Tsinghua University and UNICEF Host Youth Innovation Forum to Inspire New Ideas for Disadvantaged Children Around the World

Original article posted on 19 October, 2015 on the Jakarta Post. To read the original article, click here.  BEIJING, Oct. 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The inaugural Tsinghua-UNICEF Youth Innovation Forum ignited forward-looking conversations and helped build networks between young people from China and the global South as well as private sector […]