Kid Power School Program Team Updates
News from UNICEF Kid Power Team members from families, schools and communities around the world, all doing their part to help end global malnutrition.
Over 170,000 kids will get active and save lives in school program launching March 1, 2017.
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The Let's Move! Active Schools full year program officially begins this week with 80 teachers and classrooms in 30 cities across the U.S! Approximately 2,200 students in these classrooms will be getting active to save lives with UNICEF Kid Power from now until the end...
UNICEF Kid Power is now open for applications! Eligible teachers, apply today to bring UNICEF Kid Power to your classroom for free. The application only takes a few minutes and will close December 1, 2016. Eligibility requirements and more can be found in our FAQs. If...
To date, more than 80,000 kids have joined the UNICEF Kid Power Team through the school program. Since 2014, Kid Power students have unlocked approximately 574,741 therapeutic food packets, enough for 3,832 courses of lifesaving treatment! Teachers, bring UNICEF Kid...
“It feels good saving lives,” says Nadiya, who just finished her second year in the UNICEF Kid Power school program. “I’ve gotten stronger and more active while giving food to other children. We all should have the right amount of food.”
What is UNICEF Kid Power?
UNICEF Kid Power is a teacher-led experience that leverages easy-to-use technology and standards-aligned lessons and activities.