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Mardi, février 12, 2019 - 08:10 by Coumba Betty Diallo

"Je m'appelle Houda, j'ai 18 ans et je suis en 1ere année au lycée de Kankossa. Je fais partie d'un club d'enfants depuis 3 ans. Nous avons des activités récréatives, faisons du théâtre et du chant. Grâce au soutien de World Vision Mauritania, nous avons été formés sur les droits et protection des enfants. Suite a cela nous avons mené des activités de...
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Vendredi, février 8, 2019 - 04:20 by Coumba Betty Diallo

« Je m’appelle Mouna, j’ai 14 ans. Je suis parrainée dans le programme de World Vision depuis jeune. Chaque année, ma marraine suisse m’envoie des bons cadeaux que j’utilise pour acheter des habits et fournitures scolaires pour mes frères et moi. Ma mère a aussi pu monter un commerce qui est sous forme d’activité génératrice de revenu (AGR). grace aux dons de ma marraine, Nous sommes tous inscrits dans des écoles privées et nous avons de très bonnes notes.»

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Mercredi, août 29, 2018 - 19:04 by Coumba Betty Diallo


"Je m‘appelle Hawa, j’ai 14 ans et je suis élève en 1ére année collège. Pendant cette année scolaire écoulée, je fréquentais l’école de Bababé dans laquelle il y avait un camp de lecture. Je préparais l’examen d’entrée au...

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Lundi, juin 20, 2016 - 08:35 by Coumba Betty Diallo

Le Saviez-vous? Près de 37 Millions d'enfants dans le monde n'ont plus accès à l’école car ils vivent dans des zones de conflits et de crises.
La Convention du droit des enfants donne aux Enfants Réfugiés le droit et l’accès à l'éducation.
Mais malgré cela, les enfants réfugiés sont plus que tout vulnérables.
Pour en savoir +

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Mardi, mai 27, 2014 - 10:28 by James East

The warnings from the UN and humanitarian agencies are stark. South Sudan is on the brink of a humanitarian food crisis.  If the conflict continues, if aid cannot get through to the hundreds of thousands displaced by fighting, if the rains cut off the roads and dirt air strips then 50,000 children aged under five could be dead by the end of the year. 

The world's newest nation is on the verge of collapse. 

Aid agencies are...

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Lundi, mai 19, 2014 - 23:51 by World Vision Blogger

By Florence Joy Maluyo, World Vision Philippines

They all looked beautiful in white. It was graduation day at Botongon Elementary School.

I watched them arrive, one by one.  Some arrived with their parents, some with their siblings, some with relatives. The girls were made-up while the young boys put an effort in their hairstyles. Graduation songs started to play. Parents were smiling. 

I looked around. Destroyed classrooms. Scattered boats....

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Lundi, mai 19, 2014 - 07:49 by

“We would like to recommend the Government of Albania… raise awareness of a child’s right to participate in the family and in the community.” As the statement was read out, I wanted to shout out loud, to get up and dance, but restrained myself to a slight, UN-appropriate smile. How fitting these words should come in the year we celebrate the 25th birthday of the ...

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Vendredi, mai 16, 2014 - 14:18 by

This week at the United Nations, a quiet victory will take place for children. It is a victory that will amplify the voices of children who’ve been ignored, neglected, abused and overlooked. It is a victory with the potential to change their lives.

Thanks to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) — ratified by...

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Jeudi, mai 15, 2014 - 21:57 by Alina Shrestha

As a mother of two young children and a development worker in a child-focused organisation, ensuring child well-being lies at the heart of my home and work. Often in my visits to different regions of Nepal I come across children who do not experience the fullness of life we envision for them. There are many reasons for this: poverty and lack of access to much-needed resources are just the beginning. 

Poverty might set limitations on child well-being, but parents...

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Lundi, mai 12, 2014 - 10:42 by

Thirty weeks’ pregnant with my first child and my midwife asks me the dreaded question, “Have you given any thought to your birth plan?”

Eek. Labour. Childbirth. Things just got very real.

“I’d like a natural birth,” I replied. “With as many drugs as possible…”

What I meant was: Panadeine – yes. Gas – yes. T.E.N.S – yes. Pethidine – yes. Epidural? Yes, please!

Sensing fear she did her best to reassure me, “There’s nothing to worry about. Your body...

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