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Tag : Child Friendly Space

We are pleased to present all posts tagged "Child Friendly Space"

Learning with Bright Blue Blocks in Bangladesh

Posted by: Emily McNally September 10, 2012

What child doesn’t love to play with building blocks? Well, imagine a playground of bright blue larger-than-life blocks, designed to be both educational and psychologically therapeutic to children living under difficult circumstances. Read more »

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On the Ground in the Za’atari Refugee Camp

Posted by: Guest Author August 20, 2012

UNICEF Communications Specialist Hala Abu Khatwa reports on the day to day challenges refugee families face on in the Za’atari refugee camp. Read more »

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David's Blog: Time for a Change

Posted by: David Morley April 30, 2012

David envisions a bright future for the country following a meeting with young community leaders. Read more »

Help for Hard to Reach Urban Working Children

Posted by: UNICEF Canada March 6, 2012

March 8th is International Women's Day. The day we celebrate the accomplishments and achievements of women around the world. Today, we would like to introduce you to Saima. Saima is one of the millions of young girls around the globe who work to help support their families. She is only 7 years old. Read more »


David's Field Blog: Child Friendly Spaces

Posted by: David Morley October 23, 2011

In a rocky little vacant lot, down a dusty side street off the busy thoroughfare of Delmas, I saw the most exciting, optimistic thing I have seen in all my trips here since the earthquake. In this unassuming place I saw the kind of community engagement and involvement that will heal and rebuild this country. Read more »

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