Coronavirus Global families during Covid-19 lockdown Unicef photographers around the world turn their lenses on themselves and their families to document a moment in lockdown Wed 29 Apr 2020 In Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Nera looks through the window and asks again why she cannot go out. Her father, photographer Haris Calkic, is a single parent after Nera's mother passed away two years ago. Photographer Igor Isanovi, who lives in Sarajevo, describes his photograph: Get up. Sit down. Stretch out. Jump. Dance. Relax. Run. Stop. Look. Breathe... His daughter Lana (3) manages to do everything in one day. Photographer Igor Isanovi: "Lana is helping her daddy Igor while doing a plank exercise. Being physically active is very important especially when you are in home isolation." Photographer Karel Prinsloo describes his photograph taken in Johannesburg in South Africa: Paul (3) show his displeasure at doing another task for home schooling. Paul is coping really well with the lockdown, he does not seem to miss school that much. We try to make sure the kids can talk to a friend every day on social media. Photographer Roger LeMoyne describes his photograph taken in Montreal, Canada: Sacha (13), climbs the walls in our home. Sacha is interested in parkour and has attended classes. Sacha had never wanted to get his hair cut, so about three years ago I stopped taking him to the barber. The earthbound family dog, Kobi, looks on... With my wife working in the hospital, I have accepted that I need to stay home and keep the kids on some kind of routine. Photographer Tomislav Georgiev's daughter Kaja (7) learns how to sew with her eight-seven-year-old great-grandfather Trache in the tailors workshop they have in their family home. Kaja wants to learn how to sew dresses for her dolls. Georgiev and his immediate family live in Skopje, North Macedonia. He says: 'The silent understanding of children is simply astonishing. We stay home, no questions asked, no demands to go and play with friends. Childrens lives have completely changed, yet they seem to grasp the importance of their contribution better than most adults.' Photographer Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi describes his photo: My son Tapfuma (15) exercises while my other kids Timikha (left, 10) plays with the dogs and Terrell (5) looks outside the window at our family home in Hatfield, Harare, Zimbabwe. Photographer Seyba Keita with his children, Mady (6) and Harouna (2) at their home in Mali: 'Sharing some tips of my lovely work with my daughter is one my best moment in the day. She loves handling the camera and taking photos of her family.' Azah and Zaara sleeping in their parents' bedroom in Delhi, India. Photographer Anita Khemka says: 'My mother had to undergo emergency surgery the day the Indian prime minister Narendra Modi declared lockdown on March 25th and I was the only one with her at the hospital. Post the surgery, we both stayed in a self-imposed quarantine for 14 days as a precautionary measure. Having been away from the girls and my husband and dealing with the stress of my mum's surgery and her recovery, more than the girls needing me, it was me who needed to sleep with them.'