According to the United Nations, Afghanistan is on the brink of becoming the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, with half of the population facing unprecedented levels of acute hunger due to a combination of severe drought, the aftermath of two decades of Western occupation, the withdrawal of humanitarian aid by the international community and the freezing […]
UNICEF announced that 10,000 Yemeni children were either killed or maimed since the start of the war in Yemen in March 2015 and added that many more child deaths and injuries go unrecorded and 11 million needed humanitarian assistance and about 400,000 suffer severe acute malnutrition while more than 2 million children are out of […]
On the 19th of October 2021, The BBC reported that an airstrike in the Ethiopian city of Tigray killed civilians. The region is currently facing tension with the rebel Tigray Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF) fighting the established Ethiopian government.
Today, the National Center for Curriculum and Educational Research in Al-Duwaim concluded, the procedural workshop to include children’s rights in educational curricula, which was organised by them in cooperation with the National Council for Child Welfare, the Association of Reporters for Children and UNESCO. Inaam Mohamed, Executive Director of the Reporters for Children Association, pointed […]
The phenomenon of the death of children due to the neglect of the state has become frequent news, not least the drowning of children in the fall in several areas, and before that the loss of life-saving medications, especially for cancer children, and this time the lack of electricity and oxygen equipment, and the Ministry […]
The war in Yemen has entered its sixth year and there are no signs of an end to it, and the crisis in Yemen is one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world, from which its people have gained nothing but destruction, devastation, famine, poverty, bloodshed and incitement of strife.
In a step that is not new, the World Bank announced on 07/01/2021 its approval to provide an additional grant to the Salvation Government in Sana’a, which was amounting to 150 million dollars – according to what was reported by Mareb Press – within the framework of grants provided by the World Bank throughout the […]
The joint report between the ILO and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), “Children’s Labour: 2020 Global Assessments, Trends and the Road Forward” – which was released on the eve of the World Day Against Child Labor on 12 June 2021- reported an increase in child labor around the world to 160 million children, an […]
A newly-released report on China’s “left-behind children” said that nearly one-third of rural students were left behind by their parents, with eight percent claiming that their parents’ death had no effect on them. More than half of rural children see their migrant worker parents less than twice a year, according to the Chinese Left-behind Children’s […]