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Love of football goes beyond borders. Our support for refugee & migrant children should too. Take our #LongestGoal challenge to show your support.

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A football pitch ⚽ = a field of hope 💚. #AChildIsAChild - no matter where they come from. This #WorldCup show your support by taking our #LongestGoal challenge. Click on the link in our bio to learn more. © UNICEF/UN031919 E Ademuyiwa / UN026935 Rahmah /  UN0199015 Noorani / UN0211046 Filippov / UN039759 Gilbertson VII Photo
✌️ #ForEveryChild, a safe place to learn and play! #Malaysia © UNICEF/UNI187717/Pirozzi
✊☝️💙 Our #LongestGoal of the day comes from migrant children from Ethiopia, Somalia and Yemen. Football transcends borders, so should the rights of refugee and migrant children. This #WorldCup show your support by taking our challenge. Film yourself shouting GOAL! for as long as you can, upload with the hashtag and challenge some friends for a chance to be featured on billboards around the world. 📹: @unicef_djibouti
What excites us, unites us 🤩💛☝️. Our goal for migrant children like Santi here is to make sure they have the same rights and opportunities as every other child. This #WorldCup show your support by taking our #LongestGoal challenge. Film yourself shouting GOAL! 😮 for as long as you can, upload with the hashtag and nominate some friends to see if they can beat you! The best clips will be featured on billboards around the world. Click on the link in our bio to learn more.
Chase your dreams! 
Here’s some inspiration from Barikisu,  running happily in #Ghana. © UNICEF/UNI194618/Quarmyne
When we first met 18-month-old Kim in DPR Korea, she was so malnourished that she couldn’t walk. “Around mid-March she became sick,” said her mother, Hyun Un Jong. “She had a high fever and a cough. I was really worried.” After treatment at a UNICEF-supported hospital, little Kim is now back on her feet and smiling again. To help combat malnutrition for children like Kim, we’re helping to train health workers, providing vital nutritional food and supporting the expansion of community health services across the country. #ForEveryChild, health.
© UNICEF/UN0216775/Nazer
While we welcome the Executive Order rescinding the practice of separating families, we encourage the US Government to address the more than 2,000 children already separated from parents and to find alternatives to family detention. © UNICEF/UN027455/Volpe @unicefusa
👏🏆 #LongestGoal of the day 🏆👏 This #WorldCup show your support for refugee and migrant children by taking our challenge. Film yourself shouting GOAL! for as long as you can, upload with the hashtag for a chance to be featured on billboards around the world.
He’s just a child, yet he’s being treated for injuries in a conflict caused by adults. This little boy is being cared for at a UNICEF-supported hospital in the port city of Hodeidah, Yemen. Millions of children like him depend on aid in Yemen. Most of it is funnelled through Hodeidah. With partners, we’re rushing to deliver lifesaving supplies amidst heavy fighting. Food is running out. Water is running out. Fuel is running out. Time is running out. Children must be protected NOW. © UNICEF/UN0216978/Ayyashi

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⚽️ A chance to dream. ⚽️ A chance to escape. ⚽️ A chance to feel like a child again. ⚽️ Football is more than a game for many migrant and refugee children. This #WorldCup⁠, show your support for refugee and migrant children by taking our #LongestGoal challenge. Film yourself shouting GOAL! for as long as you can, upload with the hashtag and challenge some friends for a chance to be featured on billboards around the world.
Ready for school.
Ready for life!

#ForEveryChild, education 😄. #Ghana © UNICEF/UNI189908/Quarmyne
We support children, whatever their team! These little ones have just finished a game of football at a UNICEF child friendly space in #Burundi. ⚽
@unicef_burundi © UNICEF/UN0188392/Haro