30 iconic Pakistani monuments to turn blue to celebrate World Children’s Day and UNICEF’s 75th anniversary Monuments will #GoBlue in Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Quetta, Ziarat and Peshawar. This initiative is led by the Federal Ministry of Human Rights, UNICEF and partners, to mark Pakistan’s collective commitment to child rights.
Pakistan has set a world record in the number of buildings turning blue on 20 November since 2019. Since 2018, buildings, monuments and landmarks across the world have turned blue to mark #WorldChildrenDay as part of a global initiative led by UNICEF. The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has been working tirelessly for child rights all over the world since 1946.

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