Re-imagining a new world through – One Love


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NEW YORK, USA –  “One love. One heart.” Bob Marley’s everlasting message about the power of love and solidarity is more important than ever as families face the COVID-19 pandemic and millions call for equality.

Reggae classic ‘One Love’ re-issued to help children upended by COVID crisis

UNICEF is teaming up with the Marley family, Tuff Gong International and Amplified Music to reimagine the iconic song One Love – bringing people together to help children and their families recover from the impacts of COVID-19 and build a better world.

Stay tuned on ways you can get involved with a series of exciting events and surprise partners on the way. Double the love with our partner, jewellery brand Pandora.

To make your donation have double the impact, Pandora will match every donation up to a total of US$1 million.

From July 9 –  August 31, 2020, jewellery brand Pandora will match every dollar donated by the public to UNICEF’s One Love activation, as part of the company’s total global contribution of up to US$1 million to the activation. More information.

One love, One heart, Reimagined

“Over 40 years ago, my father wrote One Love about unity, peace and universal love during a time when there was much trouble in the world.

Even in a time when we aren’t able to get together, his message remains true today, we can get through this global crisis if we come together through one love and one heart,” Cedella Marley.

Help us prevent the COVID-19 pandemic from becoming a lasting crisis for children. There is no time to lose. Without immediate funding and lifesaving interventions, an additional 6,000 children could die every day over the next six months as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to weaken health systems and disrupt routine services.

Already on the ground in more than 190 countries, UNICEF is responding. But we urgently need support to scale-up our efforts to deliver life-saving supplies. “This is a race against time,” Henrietta Fore, UNICEF executive director.


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