UNICEF launched U-Report PNG

At the Regional Youth Conference in Papua and New Guinea, UNICEF released a free social messaging tool U-REPORT PNG which is aimed to empower  young people to communicate freely on issues affecting them  and encourage citizen-led development. 

U-report relies on U Report volunteers to give feedback and report issues in their communities.

UNICEF has shared that U-Report  can be used to have dialogue between young people and the government, where the youth can share their opinion and feedback freely to encourage active youth citizenship.

U-Report currently has 6 channels, 22 million U- reporters and runs in 7 countries.