The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) operates in 190 countries around the world. It works with both government and non-government agencies through national committees to ensure that the future of every child in the world is brighter so that the human race can develop and evolve. UNICEF works tirelessly and with determination to safeguard child rights in all countries.
Children are the most vulnerable group in any country and UNICEF programs against poverty, violence, disease and discrimination--the major hurdles that hinder a child's natural growth--provide the impetus to build a happy, fulfilling and healthy future for children in areas of the globe that need it most.
Look no further to know more about UNICEF and its programs. This Bright Hub guide to UNICEF-related articles by our dedicated team of writers and researchers is all you need to find out how educators and students can help foster and support UNICEF's activities.
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