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UNICEF Awareness Poster

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chase newell

on 11 November 2013

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Transcript of UNICEF Awareness Poster

Who's involved
UNICEF is made up of a staff, but also has a number of volunteers. Ishmael Beah a former child solider is one of the spokesmen for UNICEF.
UNICEF gets child soldiers out of war. UNICEF helps child soldiers by making rehabilitation centers which also have food and beds among other such things. They also help child soldiers return to their families. They have helped more than 100,000 child soldiers since 1998.
What UNICEF does
There basic focus is child survival, education, health, child protection, childhood HIV and AIDS, and gender equality. Their main focus is to help all children and protect their rights that every human has.
Where UNICEF does its work
UNICEF works in many different countries over 190 countries. One such example of a country they work in is Sierra Leone. In fact UNICEF’s first Advocate for Children Affected by War Ishmael Beah was from Sierra Leone. When Ishmael was 13 he was a child soldier. He later went to a UNICEF rehabilitation center and eventually became a spokesperson for UNICEF.
UNICEF’s successes are many. They have helped more than 100,000 child soldiers since 1998. Ishmael Beah a former child soldier serves as one of the spokespersons for UNICEF.
"UNICEF is the driving force that helps build a world where the rights of every child are realized. "
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