Who are some of Unicef’s celebrity Goodwill Ambassadors?

Who is appointed as UNICEF’s ambassador for goodwill?

At just 14, actor Millie Bobby Brown was appointed in 2018 as UNICEF’s youngest-ever Goodwill Ambassador. “It’s a dream come true to become a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador”, she said. “I am looking forward to meeting as many children and young people as I can, hearing their stories, and speaking out on their behalf”.

Who is Goodwill Ambassador?

Football legend Didier Drogba was today announced as the World Health Organization’s Goodwill Ambassador for Sport and Health.

Is Gigi Hadid a UNICEF ambassador?

We were delighted to welcome Gigi Hadid, Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF, to our nutrition clinic in Cox’s Bazar. She learned all about our work with Rohingya refugees and met some of the 50,000 children we’ve treated for malnutrition.

Who is UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador 2021?

Superwoman Lilly Singh appointed UNICEF’s Global Goodwill Ambassador.

Who is Goodwill Ambassador 2018?

UNICEF supporter Millie Bobby Brown in New York on the set of a video produced for World Children’s Day 2018. At just 14, actor Millie Bobby Brown was appointed in 2018 as UNICEF’s youngest-ever Goodwill Ambassador. “It’s a dream come true to become a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador”, she said.

How many Unicef Goodwill Ambassadors are there?

Globally, UNICEF works with nearly 200 Goodwill Ambassadors to increase public awareness of the rights of children and women and UNICEF’s work in protecting those rights.

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Do goodwill ambassadors get paid?

They are not paid a salary. A symbolic payment of $1 per year or equivalent may be granted to them. UN Goodwill Ambassadors may be given travel and daily subsistence allowances when they are traveling on behalf of the UN, depending on the discretion of the sub-organization that they represent.

How many female UN ambassadors are there?

[1] Today, there are 30 women representing the US out of about 167 ambassadors, or some 18 percent. Looking worldwide, today there are eight women ambassadors serving as their country’s Permanent Representatives at the United Nations (UN) in New York. These numbers are lower than in 2002, when there were 11.