All posts tagged with: developing countries

Purpose of education

Publié 8 février 2014 no picture Onetty_Youth_Zambia

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I choose the theme education because me and my team are familiar with it and we can say the right things about it. I can also say education is the key to success. Without education, we could have no doctors to help us when we are sick. In my life I have hated a lot of subjects like mathematics, but now I love it so much. I passed my grade eight exam, and after I am done with my education I would like to be a lawyer. Without education the world would be nothing. All the doctors, l...


Early Christmas Gift

Publié 4 janvier 2014 no picture Muyu

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My Christmas gift came unexpectedly early. I happen to be a big fan of the sport of swimming. In December 2013, I participated in a swimming gala as a technical official. However, that gala was quite special. This is because the worlds greatest and fastest swimmer, particularly in the swim stroke known as (Fly) graced the gala. It was such an honour to be in Jason Dunford's presence. At that moment, I knew it was mandatory to kindly request for a photo with the legend and my...


Diversity Blessings

Publié 3 janvier 2014 Avatar Shireen Mohammed

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The idea of diversity is like any other idea because it has a good side and a bad side. In each country that has diverse people it could be a source of problems but it might also be a healthy thing. From my last visit to Indonesia, I noticed that this Islamic country is very proud of its diversity and focuses on the culture and traditions as a special thing that they are gifted with. They believe in preventing and keeping their traditions which was obvious when they held the last W...


Nelson Mandela: our role model, the symbol of triumph of peace and justice.

Publié 25 décembre 2013 no picture Raquel J.

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Awareness of inequalities, intolerance and racism was the whole from which Nelson Mandela began his struggle in South Africa due to apartheid, a system of racial segregation enforced by National Party from 1948 to 1994 (despite its abolishing in 1990 through new legislation, it didn’t disappear until democratic general elections in 1994). Mandela was the highest example of democratic leadership in social movements in this country. His values were solidarity, equality, respect...


Children of the New Generation

Publié 24 décembre 2013 no picture Kriyana Reddy

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The other day, I was watching a segment on the program NBC Nightly News in which a journalist was speaking with young Syrian children. I was astonished for two reasons: first, they spoke English at a higher caliber than most natives of my own country and carried themselves with such poise greatly unexpected from children of their age; second, they spoke of the war and the concept of death as if it were mundane, something to which they were obligated to acclimatize themselves. It fr...


HAPPY BIRTHDAY KENYA

Publié 15 décembre 2013 no picture Muyu

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As Kenya turned 50 on 12-12-2013, I was celebrating peace, love and unity. Kenya has come a long way from the gruesome Post Election Violence that took place in 2007. I swell with pride and joy as I watch my serene country grow into the nation I will be forever proud of. Happy Birthday Kenya.


Meeting Youth Around the World

Publié 4 décembre 2013 Avatar KateVOY

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By Karen Cirillo, Executive Producer, Children's Broadcasting Initiatives,UNICEF I’ve been coordinating the global OneMinutesJr. initiative since 2007. The project is an arts-based video initiative that seeks to capture the voices and expressions of youth on issues and subjects important to them. These viewpoints are captured in one-minute videos that are then shared through a multitude of platforms. In the past six years with the OneMinutesJr., I have met over 450 differ...


Let's Talk About "Child Marriage"

Publié 1 décembre 2013 Avatar Aulia Maharani Karli

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“Giving birth to a child while myself being a child was the most painful experience of my life,” said Rubina, a woman from Pakistan who had been married at 12 years old. She was interviewed by the team of Girls Not Brides – The Global Partnership to End Child Marriage, on this website (http://www.girlsnotbrides.org/girls-voices/rubinas-story-pakistan/). Before we get to the causes and the impact of child marriage, I think we should learn about the meaning. Child marriage, a...


Zero discrimination, zero new infections

Publié 28 novembre 2013 no picture Pontso SA

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WHO Strategy on HIV/AIDS The videos inserted here are taken from the WHO strategy on HIV/AIDS, to educate, inspire, empower as well as ensure that lives are saved through the use of Anti-retroviral treatment as they give an indication of where we come from as the world in the fight against Aids, as well as to inspire people to strive for zero new infections. The great strides that have been taken should not be in vain, therefore this world Aids day, let us strive to fight HIV/A...


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