This Year Pakistan celebrated Children’s Day 2020 with full passion and across the country. Friday 20th November Pakistan lights up around its 30 major iconic monuments with blue color with the world.
Every city from Karachi to Khyber, Quetta, and Punjab is lightened with the occasion of the awareness of Children’s Rights.
UNICEF started celebrating November 20, 1989, as International Children’s Day. Pakistan joined the convention the following year.
International Children’s Day also initiates to listen to the voices of children, teenagers, and young people as they are asked to listen to important issues related to them and to involve young people in decision-making to address them.
The coronavirus crisis is a crisis of children’s rights. We are facing a crisis of losing our race. We must all work together to prevent this crisis because the global epidemic poses a risk of irreparable damage to the education, nutrition, and well-being of children.
Let’s see which cities and buildings in Pakistan have been illuminated on the occasion of this day
Pakistan Celebrated Children’s Day 2020
Karachi goes blue
Mazar-e-Quaid, the Mausoleum of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, is the first to #GoBlue for World Children’s Day 2020 in Karachi
Quaid-e-Azam House, aka Flag Staff House — the home of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan — goes blue for #WorldChildrensDay 2020 in Karachi.
The Sindh Assembly goes blue in Karachi
Do Talwar (The Two Swords) Monument in Karachi goes blue for World Children’s Day 2020
Ocean Mall and Tower goes blue in Karachi
Dolmen Mall goes blue in Karachi
The Karachi Port Trust (KPT) building goes blue
Lahore goes blue
Punjab Assembly goes blue in Lahore
Quaid-e-Azam Library in Lahore’s Bagh-e-Jinnah garden, named after the founder of Pakistan, goes blue for #WorldChildrensDay 2020.
Lahore Fort, a citadel in Punjab’s provincial capital, goes blue for World Children’s Day 2020.
Minar-e-Pakistan, a monument in Lahore, goes blue
Islamabad goes blue
The National Assembly goes blue for #WorldChildrensDay 2020 in Islamabad
The Pakistan Monument, which symbolizes the unity of the Pakistan people, goes blue for World Children’s Day 2020 in Islamabad
A bird’s eye view of the Serena Hotel in Islamabad, as it goes blue for #WorldChildrensDay 2020
The Prime Minister Office in Islamabad goes blue
The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) goes blue in Islamabad
Serena Hotel goes blue in Islamabad
Marriott Hotel goes blue in Islamabad
The Foreign Ministry goes blue in Islamabad
Pakistan Celebrated Children’s Day 2020 |Peshawar goes blue
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Assembly goes blue in Peshawar
Islamia College, a university in Peshawar, goes blue for World Children’s Day 2020
Government High School No.1 goes blue in Peshawar for #WorldChildrensDay 2020.
Another view of Government High School No.1 as it goes blue in Peshawar
Pakistan Celebrated Children’s Day 2020 | Quetta goes blue
The Balochistan Assembly goes blue in Quetta
Quaid-e-Azam Residency, the house of Muhammad Ali Jinnah in Ziarat, Balochistan, goes blue next for #WorldChildrensDay 2020.