En UNICEF más de siete mil hombres y mujeres alrededor del mundo trabajan diariamente para que todos los derechos sean reconocidos y ejercidos por todos los niños, las niñas y los adolescentes. Aquí se presentan las historias de vida, en la viva voz de los y las protagonistas, sobre lo que la labor de UNICEF ha representado en sus realidades cotidianas.

A kangaroo mother family

By Anielka Jirón.- Dilcia González and Francisco Olivas come from the community of Las Cruces in the municipality of Quilalí, ...

Community support groups promote breastfeeding

By Anielka Jirón.- Dulce María Palacios is a midwife and member of both the community health network and the breastfeeding ...

Kangaroo mother care and breastfeeding reduce neonatal mortality

By Anielka Jirón.- Yaneth Gómez and Isabel Gómez have more in common than just the same surname. They are also ...

Breastmilk is the best food for a baby

By Anielka Jirón.- "She’s very intelligent and active and doesn’t get sick,” says Adela Díaz Núñez, the mother of Stafani ...

“I want to know more about water and sanitation. I want to start my own business”

By Marta García Terán.- Benjamín Wilson is 18 years old and lives in the San Mateo neighbourhood of the city ...

I want my daughter to feel proud of me

By Marta García Terán and Wanda Obando.- Joselin López turns up for her interview with me during her lunch hour. ...

Radio spots and videos help prevent sexual abuse

By Marta García Terán.- Loveth Hawkins is dressed in her school uniform, as she is currently studying in the fourth ...

From plumber to topographer

By Marta García Terán and Wanda Obando.- Roxana Pastrana is 19 and lives in the Santa Rosa neighbourhood in the ...

“Designers can change the world”

By Favila Roces - Jean Haag studied industrial design in the French city of Nantes, but his education has been ...

I can do many things

By Marta García Terán.- Dilon William Knowles is 13 years old and lives in Bilwi in Nicaragua’s Northern Caribbean Autonomous ...