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Interview

UNICEF Senior Policy Analyst Alberto Minujin says more than half the children in the developing world experience severe deprivation. To tackle poverty, he says we need to put children at the top of the political agenda around the world, and we need to take action in the areas where we know how to make a difference - immunizing children, providing safe water and improving education.

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As many children have been forced by conflict or human rights violations to leave their homes as there are children under five living in the United States: 20 million
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