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©UNICEF/UN0209721/Gilbertson VII Photo
11 February 2019

Niger, 2018: (Left) Daoussiya Gimai, 7, caught in a migrant round-up in Algeria and deported, rushes to reunite with her mother, whom she hasn’t seen in four months. "I'm very excited to be going home," said Daoussiya, whose father took her to Algeria to beg. At least 13.5 million children in Africa – including refugee, migrant and internally displaced children – are now uprooted. UNICEF urges African States to lead in protecting and empowering them.

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