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Millions of children affected by Syria war a ‘strategic issue,’ says UNICEF director and former U.S. national security adviser

Millions of children affected by Syria war a ‘strategic issue,’ says UNICEF director and former U.S. national security adviser | NGOs in Human Rights, Peace and Development | Scoop.it
By Mick Krever, CNN

The plight of the 5.5 million children now affected by the war in Syria – more than twice the number than just a year ago – is a national security issue, not just a humanitarian one, UNICEF Executive Director and former U.S. National Security Adviser Anthony Lake.

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UNICEF - Afghanistan - Finnish funding enables UNICEF to provide safe water to school children in Afghanistan

UNICEF - Afghanistan - Finnish funding enables UNICEF to provide safe water to school children in Afghanistan | NGOs in Human Rights, Peace and Development | Scoop.it

Finland has contributed $1.33 million to UNICEF since 2010 for school water and sanitation in Afghanistan. The funding has enabled UNICEF to extend improvements in water supply and sanitation facilities to nearly 77,000 children in 94 schools in northern Afghanistan in the first year of the project. A similar number is expected to be reached in 2011.


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Jade Nicole Burman's curator insight, November 8, 2014 9:14 PM

This is amazing that countries even as far as Finland contribute to UNICEF fund, especially as much as 1.33 million dollars, it's global contribution like this that makes the world a better place.

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Unicef Urban Population Map

Unicef Urban Population Map | NGOs in Human Rights, Peace and Development | Scoop.it
An Urban World: UNICEF's new data visualization of urban population growth over the next 40 years.

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