Today marks the start of the World Cup. Let’s also make it the beginning of the end of child labour, says Gary Stahl of Unicef Brazil.Read this story
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Today marks the start of the World Cup. Let’s also make it the beginning of the end of child labour, says Gary Stahl of Unicef Brazil.
Tokio used to spend 12 hours a day working underground in the Cerro Rico mine, Bolivia. Now he attends a Unicef funded school and has access to education that he was formerly denied.
On my first trip to Za'atari refugee camp in Jordan, I take a whistlestop tour of the camp to see how Unicef is supporting children of Syria.
The inspirational Deepshikha project is empowering girls in India by helping them escape forced marriages and child labour and providing them with education and life skills.
As the summer school holidays begin, we are reminded that, for many children, school is a luxury they cannot afford. For millions of kids, summer is just another season of hard work.
Sixteen-year-old Thanda has spent much of her life living and working on the streets of Yangon, capital of Myanmar (also known as Rangoon, Burma). When her family earns enough, they live in bamboo hut outside town. Otherwise they have to live on the streets.