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Photo of the Week
22 April 2019

Beirut, Lebanon: UNICEF supporter and musician, Dua Lipa, makes art with refugee children, many from Syria, on 14 April. “This is personal for me. My parents fled a war-torn region and built a life for themselves...” Lipa says. “Each one of the refugee children I met has parents just like my own, who have tried to make the best decisions they could.” UNICEF has been working with the Government to improve access to formal education for both Lebanese and non-Lebanese children.

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15 April 2019

Tegucigalpa, Honduras, 2 April 2019: Executive Director Henrietta H. Fore touches paintbrushes in a creative stand against violence with students at the Roberto Suazo Córdoba School. The school has implemented the UNICEF-supported Violence Prevention Strategy, which provides young people in Central America with safe spaces to learn and receive other training. “Unless their root causes are addressed, children and families will continue to embark on dangerous migration journeys,” Fore says.

8 April 2019

Mongolia, June 2018: Khulan, 5, plays with a hoop outside the mobile ‘ger’ (nomadic tent) kindergarten in Bayankhongor Province. To meet the SDG 4 and provide universal access to pre-primary education for all by 2030 requires a bold, practical approach. Through its funding for the tent classrooms, UNICEF is meeting the needs of more than 20 children in Khulan’s nomadic herder community. In low-income countries today, only 1 in 5 young children is enrolled in pre-primary education.

Danger every step of the way

“We risked our lives to come here,” said Mohammad, 17, “We knew it is not safe. We do it, or we die.”

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Twenty-five landmarks for children

Celebrating 25 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child with 25 landmarks for children.
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