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Kindergarten Is a Safe Haven for Syrian Refugee Children
"In kindergarten, they teach us the letters and the numbers, and we play together," Mohammad, a wide-eyed 6-year-old, (below) tells a visitor to his class in Jordan's Za'atari Refugee Camp. "When I grow up, I want to become a policeman."
For Syrian Refugee Children, Poignant Reminders of Home
They have been through so much, and they have so little. Many of the approximately 40,000 Syrian refugee children growing up in Jordan's sprawling Za'atari refugee camp don't remember a time before Syria's brutal civil war began in 2011.
UNICEF Ramps Up Humanitarian Assistance to Children in Venezuela
UNICEF and partners are working tirelessly all over the world to save and protect children. PLEASE DONATE As Venezuela's economic and political crisis continues, the nation's most vulnerable citizens...
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UNICEF Is Bringing Malnourished Children Back to Life in Yemen
Children in Yemen are growing up in impossible circumstances. After four years of civil war, homes are in ruins, schools have been destroyed and medical care is hard to come by. Spiralling inflation has pushed food prices sky-high.