We all have had good education some of us are still going on with our education but for a moment think about those who don't get education.This poor children have a small room with over 50 students in a class.we nowadays have a limit of 30 per class but this students are in a conjusted place and that is dangerous to there health.
No fresh air to breath, hardly no window in a room,not any highly educated teacher who has any teaching education and the building,the place the building is situated is so dirty that 33% of the children in world die out of diseases due to dirty environment. Girl child education is a problem. Girls are given no education…
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At a UNICEF-convened side event of the 57th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women, entitled Girls Growing up Free of Violence: Promoting tolerance, equality and respect, a panel of five experts representing academia, government, civil society and the United Nations called for an end to violence against girls. The event took place in New York on the eve of International Women’s Day, and panelists highlighted the importance of better and earlier monitoring and interventions, improved education systems, and a coordinated multi-sectoral response.
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No one can survive without water. Yet nearly 800 million people do not have safe, clean water to drink, and more than 2.5 billion people live without a proper toilet. The lack of these basic necessities isn’t just inconvenient—it’s lethal. Every day, nearly 4,000 children under five die from waterborne diseases.
Through the UNICEF Tap Project and your social network, you can help stop these needless deaths.
Donate using the UNICEF Tap Project Facebook App at http://bit.ly/Wp5twr and keep the water flowing with the help of your Facebook friends. With your support, we will turn the world’s largest social network into a water network. A $5 donation can provide one child with access to clean water for 200 days.
I have started to investigate the way in which contemporary media represents disability (more specifically physical disability).
After taking a closer look, I have realised that the media plays a huge role in society. Whether it be through radio, internet or broadcasts the media has a huge influence upon society. In my own opinion I do feel that the media does unfairly represent persons with disability. The mass media audience, I wonder what views they may have of persons with a disability?
I also have noticed the lack of representation of persons with disability that occurs. I believe that although suffering from a disability may be perceived as a disadvantage, the advantages that are offered are great! For example putting…
As to all the readers reading this blog right now should know that most of the children and women who die out of poverty because they don't get food because of poverty.
The poor people often work all day and night for money but the money is not enough for feeding the whole family. All those who have kind hearts and think that this people should deserve a life please go on and help out the poor.
For the first time ever, Adobe Youth Voices Aspire Awards has partnered up with UNICEF to give YOU the opportunity to implement active change in YOUR community. The Adobe Youth Voices Aspire Awards UNICEF Challenge is looking to provide three youth led projects with grants to support the implementation of innovative initiatives.
First prize receives $40,000. Second prize receives $30,000. Lastly, the audience award-winning project receives $20,000. All Adobe Youth Voices Aspire Awards UNICEF Challenge prize funds must be used to support the implementation of the winning projects.
Show us your imagination, creativity, and innovation through the use of digital tools and social media. Produce a short video outlining your proposal for a new or existing initiative that will benefit…
NEW YORK, United States of America, 12 March 2013 – For the past two years, the world has seen crisis explode in the Syrian Arab Republic. Twenty-four months of chaos and conflict have cost the country thousands of lives, many…
NEW YORK, United States of America, 8 March 2013 – The United Nations is focusing on violence against women on this year’s International Women’s Day.
A problem all of us need to address
Violence against women is a major obstacle…
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Hello to all, I'm a 19 years old medicine student from Peru and i want to express my serious concern about some very worrying things i've noted recently.
As everyone must know, our attitude, behaviour and moral depends principally on what we are taught when are children, until, of course we are told that it doesn't matter what we've seen or felt, we are the very architects of our lifes. Well, i have a little brother and i care that he learns that there is still love in this world and that he must believe in it, as all the people who create all those beautiful stories, fairytales, films which, even if they aren't throughly true, serve as fables and…