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The Saleema initiative supports the protection of girls from female genital mutilation and genital cutting.
UNICEF aims to make the world a safe and inclusive place for children to grow where no child is left behind
Mariam is fighting for education
Mariam is fighting for education and raising awarness on the harmful impact of child marriage
COVID-19 causes disruptions to child protection services in more than 100 countries, UNICEF survey finds
Should everyone know about children's rights?
Change will not happen immediately, but it will eventually.
A universal definition of what it means to be a “child”
You cannot give children their rights, if there is no universal agreement on the word "child".
We were born different, but remain united in our rights
We may live in different circumstances but remain united in what we want: the right to live in peace and gain our identity back.
Child Protection expert discusses Sudan’s recent reforms
Every girl has the right to decide over her body, education, life partner and future.
National Council for Child Welfare and UNICEF welcome National Plan to close Khalwas and reunite children with families
Across Sudan Governors are closing Quranic boarding schools (Khalwas) to prevent COVID-19 spread
Countries failing to prevent violence against children, agencies warn
Global status report on preventing violence against children calls for more government action and warns of ‘dramatic impact’ of COVID-19
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