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4 Out Of 5 Children In Gaza Say They Are Living With Depression, Grief And Fear

Fifteen years of life under blockade has left four out of five children in the Gaza Strip reporting that they live with depression, grief and fear, according to disturbing findings released by Save the Children….

Saudi Arabian girl is youngest ever to publish a book series aged 12

Treasure of the Lost Sea, Portal of the Hidden World, and Beyond the Future World are all titles of novels written by the world’s youngest person to publish a book series (female). …

Staggering scale of grave violations against children in conflict

Between 2005 and 2020, the United Nations verified over 266,000 grave violations against children committed by parties to conflict in more than 30 conflict situations across Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America, UNICEF said today in a new report….

Yemen: Explosive Repaints Of War The Biggest Killed Of Children

 Landmines and unexploded ordnance have been the biggest killers of children in Yemen since a truce was announced in April, Save the Children said today. The uptick in deaths from these weapons is understood to be the result of families moving to previously inaccessible areas following the decrease in hostilities….

Lebanon crisis having “grave consequences” for children’s health

The yearslong economic and political crises plaguing Lebanon, along with rising food prices and worsening poverty, are having “grave consequences” for children’s health, the UN children’s agency warned Wednesday….

Boys face a significant risk of not completing their education

Globally only 88 men are enrolled in tertiary education for every 100 women. In 73 countries, fewer boys than girls are enrolled in upper-secondary education, while the opposite is the case in 48 countries. These UNESCO data highlight a global phenomenon…