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Through the sobbing, she describes how her family has suffered at the hands of one of the world’s deadliest street gangs.
The two boys recently fled their hometown alone, escaping both hunger and fighting. Poverty drives child labour in Gaza GAZA, State of Palestine, 20 July 2017 – When morning comes, 13-year-old Ahmad* does not go to school like other children his age. In Angola, a refugee centre offers new hope for a boy who lost his family DUNDO, Angola, 20 June 2017 – "My dad was a police officer.A new life after spending teen years in Myanmar army KACHIN STATE, Myanmar, - Zwe Chit left school when he was in grade eight. They all wanted to join the army and pushed him to do the same. Broken sanctuary: attacks on schools in Myanmar KACHIN STATE, Myanmar, - Zau Seng, 11, is a student at Nam Ya Middle School, in Moe Nyin District, Kachin State, Myanmar.He likes studying Myanmar and maths, and enjoys working in the school garden and playing catch with his friends.The long and dangerous path to school in eastern Ukraine DONETSK, Ukraine, 20 September 2017 – Every morning, 14-year-old Karyna Shvets walks 2 km past piles of rubbish, abandoned buildings and unexploded landmines marked with bright orange ribbons.Ending child marriage and teenage pregnancy in Sierra Leone KOIDU, Sierra Leone, 19 September 2017 – Last year, the course of 16-year-old Alice Ngaujah’s* life changed forever when she discovered she was pregnant.In many of these areas, children and adolescents are yet to be guaranteed their rights to quality education, health and to a welcoming and protective environment.
A place called home: looking after Syrian children who have lost their families ALEPPO, Syrian Arab Republic, 21 March, 2017 – On a street in Aleppo lies a two-floor house with a bright green door.
Carrying his plastic light sabre, he walks through the devastation in Carapongo - a community near Lima, the capital of Peru - caused by some of the worst flooding in decades.
Meet the teenagers in Brazil’s urban centres who are taking charge of their future SÃO PAULO, Brazil, 22 March 2017 – In Brazil, more than 84 per cent of the population lives in urban areas.
Now, at 30, she recalls that painful day as she sits in her homestead in Leboo Village, Kajiado County, surrounded by her five children.
Working with children to build peace in Palestinian communities EAST JERUSALEM, State of Palestine, 6 February 2017 – Naheel, 40, has four girls and one boy.
Surrounded by a tiny garden of jasmine flowers and olive trees, the pretty setting stands in contrast to what the children living there have been through. the immaculate white court building is buzzing with activity. Tricia Collins, the court’s Intake and Welfare Officer, waits patiently to greet each new person.