David Sumawe Bendea, a nurse at the Doctor Sharp health center in Afilondo, Tshopo province, Democratic Republic of the Congo, distributes ready-to-use therapeutic food to a mother whose child is suffering severe acute malnutrition. Banalia has been struck by a meningitis epidemic since June 2021. Malnutrition leading to a decrease in immune defenses, malnourished children develop an increased risk of contracting the disease. As part of the meningitis response, UNICEF has provided the health zone with 400 boxes of ready-to-use therapeutic food to treat 500 cases of malnutrition.

OutRight 2022-23

Speak out on Children's Right to Health!

Sign up to OutRight 2022/23 to empower children and young people to realise their own rights, and speak out in support of the rights of all children.

The campaign will focus on children’s right to the best possible health, all around the world.

By taking part you’ll be supporting children and young people to learn about children’s rights and ensure their voices are heard by decision-makers.

Don’t worry if you’ve not taken part before: the campaign is open to all schools, youth clubs and organisations and home schoolers and we’re on-hand for any questions you may have.

By participating, you’ll get access to learning activities, presentations and facilitator resources, plus support from us, to run OutRight successfully with the children and young people you work or volunteer with.

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Speak out on Children's Right to Health


Who can take part?

OutRight is a campaign by children and young people, for children and young people.

Any school, youth club and organisation or home schooler in the UK can take part! 

When does OutRight take place?

Groups can participate in activities at any time during the year and we hope that makes it even easier for children and young people to get involved and use their voices. We will share the first resources in mid August 2022.

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Children and young people of all ages can take part in OutRight.

Previous Campaigns

Over the years children and young people taking part in OutRight have learned about and spoken up on issues including:

  • mental health and wellbeing
  • the rights of refugee children
  • air pollution
  • the 30th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
  • climate change

You will find a selection of resources from previous campaigns here.

Any other questions?

If you have any questions about the campaign, email us at  [email protected]

Young people took part in our Clean Air Action Days, March 2019

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