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UNICEF focuses on girls as they are disadvantaged when it comes to having an education. Find out more.
Education in emergenciesThe most direct way that emergencies affect education is when schools are destroyed during a natural disaster or war. Find out more.
ParticipationParticipation can take many different forms and can really make a difference. It can help you grow as a person, or help the lives of others. Find out more.
Sport and recreationSport, recreation and play are a fun way to learn about teamwork, fair play and discipline, as well as facing challenges, which we can use in other aspects of our life. Find out more.
Extraordinary educationUNICEF believes in the importance of education for all people. Education doesn't have to only be about learning from a textbook. There are many kinds of education that can change a person's life. Find out more.
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Education for Displaced Children in Eastern Chad Djabal, Chad, October 2008 UNICEF International Manayar is 13 years old. For the past four years she has been living in Djabal refugee camp in Eastern Chad. UNICEF is funding a school there so that she...Read this article
Thailand: Educating in the Hills Mae Hong Song, Thailand, November 2008 Nattha Keenapan, UNICEF International As the morning mist begins to lift from the green hills, small groups of children can be seen descending the steep and muddy footpaths that...Read this article