The UNICEF Innovation team works on a range of projects around the world, at various stages of development from user research and technology search to piloting and implementation.
Child Survival and Health
An Improved Pediatric Weight Estimation Device
The treatment, care and support of children often requires the measurement of their weights. Knowing a child's weight...
Child Survival and Health, Newborn Care, Sustainability
The current solution used in the cold chain transportation is freezing the vaccines. This Innovation project is looking to explore the possibility of utilizing a technology called Phase-Change-...
Research by UNICEF Kosovo shows that in Kosovo 8.3% of households have failed to register at least one of their children (up to the age of 18) at birth. Birth...
Child Nutrition, Child Survival and Health
The innovation addresses poor availability and access to ORS/Zinc, particularly at the ‘last mile’ in rural areas, creating and trialling an ‘end-to-end’ value chain for a new commodity: an anti-...
Child Nutrition, Child Survival and Health, Newborn Care
Some 800,000 children under 5 die from diarrhoeal disease every year, making it one of the largest killers of children. Diarrhoea can last several days, and can leave the body without the water...
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