Tanzania's Goverment stands of for Childrens Rights.

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The government of Tanzania, recently released a survey to find the true statistics of children suffering at the hands of violence. The survey itself, will seek to find where violence is occurring to children. The survey interviewed, 3,739 young girls and boys, with 120 interviews carrying out the questionnaires. Dorothy Rozga, UNICEF representative for Tanzania, stated: “Under the leadership of the Ministry of Community Development, Gender and Children, the the Multi-Sector Task Force is de...


'Schools of Hope' in Kenya, Under Threat.

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As thousand of children have died in Somalia and other countries in the Horn of Africa, the schools in Kenya, provide life saving support. Their lunchtime meals, are often the only meals these children receive. Schools would traditionally close in the month of August, but authorities are pledging for the schools to stay open, as for many this is their only lifeline today. Currently 3.5 Million children in Kenya are in desperate need of food. Victor Kiyo, National director of Child fund, Say...


The Crisis Continues in Africa and The Youth Are Called To Help.

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As Millions of people starve, the world sits, unable to know what to do next. Already, thousands of children have died as the result of the famine and drought in Somalia, coming from the countries endless battle against war and global warming. When all else is gone, will humans stand to support each-other, side by side, brother by brother? In the words of Mark Bowden, humanitarian coordinator for the United Nations, said, “Every day of delay in assistance is literally a matter of life or deat...


Only a few days ago, London was a peaceful, first world city boasting after its many success's. Behind the cheery facade looms the out-of-hand protests from last year and years of unfair justice to the middle and working class forecasting in Tony's words " “This was always going to happen,”. Many predicted a violent backlash would occur, but many did not expect mass riots that would leave millions of pounds worth of damage to public and personal property as well as the many victims of the...


Drug Raids For South African Schools

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Over the past few months, South Africa has seen many schools get searched for both drugs and weapons. The unsuspecting youngsters were found with various weapons and over 18 cases of Dagga (Marihuana) in one school. Many claimed that the weapons were for defense, and that may themselves had been targeted for crime. Others found with drugs were taken to their local prison and later released on custody to their parents. In total 18 children where arrested. In other schools, cases for drug abus...


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