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Les enfants handicapés sont parmi les plus invisibles et les plus vulnérables. L’édition 2013 du rapport de l’UNICEF La Situation des enfants dans le monde du monde souligne les nombreuses discriminations auxquels ils sont confrontés et propose des actions concrètes qui favorisent la réalisation de leur plein potentiel.

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Haiti, 2012

Haiti, 2012

Children with disabilities face multiple deprivations, including being marginalized. But even in the poorest communities, progress is possible. Diasline Joseph plays with her caretaker in Port-au-Prince.

©UNICEF/Marco Dormino

Moldova, 2011

Moldova, 2011

Services that address the special needs of children with disabilities also help prevent their social isolation or separation from their families. One-year-old Dania Vlas, who has a motor delay, attends a therapy session in Chisinau.

©UNICEF/Kate Holt

Somalia, 2011

Somalia, 2011

In crisis situations, social support for people with disabilities is particularly critical. Amid decades of upheaval in Somalia, they are especially at risk. A feeding centre for displaced people with disabilities in Mogadishu.

©UNICEF/Jan Grarup

Chad, 2010

Chad, 2010

Quality healthcare can avert some causes of disability such as undernutrition, vitamin deficiency and disease, but many lack access to basic services. In N’Djamena, a boy’s feet were deformed by polio, a vaccine-preventable disease.

©UNICEF/Kate Holt

Syrian Arab Republic, 2006

Syrian Arab Republic, 2006

Syrian Arab Republic, 2006: Inclusive education models integrate children with and without disabilities, promoting acceptance and increasing learning opportunities. A UNICEF-supported integrated school in Homs.

©UNICEF/Shehzad Noorani

Liberia, 2012

Liberia, 2012

Children with disabilities are more vulnerable to violence, neglect and abuse. Four years ago, Earnest, 7, who has a mental disability, was found abandoned on the streets; he now lives in a transition centre in Monrovia.

©UNICEF/Shehzad Noorani

Myanmar, 2012

Myanmar, 2012

Children with disabilities also face heightened risk of malnutrition, either due to neglect or because some disabilities impede food consumption or nutrient absorption. A boy eats micronutrient-enriched porridge in Mon State.

©UNICEF/Adam Dean

South Sudan, 2006

South Sudan, 2006

Commitment to ensuring full participation in daily life for people with disabilities underpins the potential for increased accessibility for all. A primary school in Juba.

©UNICEF/Mariella Furrer

Uganda, 2007

Uganda, 2007

A severe lack of research and data about children with disabilities – often they are not even counted – compounds their exclusion and impedes solutions. A girl reads Braille at a UNICEF-supported school in Moroto District.

©UNICEF/Roger LeMoyne                

Panama, 2012

Panama, 2012

To overcome these multiple deprivations, a global shift in attitudes toward children with disabilities must occur, focusing on their abilities and all they offer. Jesus, who has cerebral palsy, at home in La Chorrera District.

©UNICEF/Marco Dormino

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    Haiti, 2012

  • Moldova, 2011 -

    Moldova, 2011

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    Somalia, 2011

  • Somalia, 2011 -

    Somalia, 2011

  • Syrian Arab Republic, 2006 -

    Syrian Arab Republic, 2006

  • Liberia, 2012 -

    Liberia, 2012

  • Myanmar, 2012 -

    Myanmar, 2012

  • South Sudan, 2006 -

    South Sudan, 2006

  • Uganda, 2007 -

    Uganda, 2007

  • Panama, 2012 -

    Panama, 2012

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