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This video was created by Lea vom Kolke. She is 11 and lives in Germany    Lea asks..."Why is it that sometimes people only listen when they want to?"    Created at the oneminutesjr. workshop in Germany, 2011.

This video was created by Lea vom Kolke. She is 11 and lives in Germany Lea asks..."Why is it that sometimes people only listen when they want to?" Created at the oneminutesjr. workshop in Germany, 2011.

Susan (age 7) holds a dog outside the community home where she lives, in Omaheke Region. She stands with her friend, an indigenous San who also lives at the home. Their caregiver, Nora, fosters 13 children. Nora began this work six years ago. “I would go through the community and found many children living without parents - many orphaned by AIDS". The HIV/AIDS pandemic has reversed many social gains in Namibia. - September 2008 © UNICEF/John Isaac - http://www.unicef.org/photog

Susan (age 7) holds a dog outside the community home where she lives, in Omaheke Region. She stands with her friend, an indigenous San who also lives at the home. Their caregiver, Nora, fosters 13 children. Nora began this work six years ago. “I would go through the community and found many children living without parents - many orphaned by AIDS". The HIV/AIDS pandemic has reversed many social gains in Namibia. - September 2008 © UNICEF/John Isaac - http://www.unicef.org/photog

UNICEF correspondent Simon Ingram reports on a UNICEF-supported NGO in Lebanon helping Syrian refugee children catch up on lessons they had to abandon when they fled their hometowns.  Full story: http://uni.cf/J9NPKz

UNICEF correspondent Simon Ingram reports on a UNICEF-supported NGO in Lebanon helping Syrian refugee children catch up on lessons they had to abandon when they fled their hometowns. Full story: http://uni.cf/J9NPKz

[VIDEO] The EYE SEE TOHOKU photography workshops gave children in Japan the opportunity to document their lives in the aftermath of the 11 March 2011 earthquake and tsunami. Organized by the Japan Committee for UNICEF with support from Sony.

[VIDEO] The EYE SEE TOHOKU photography workshops gave children in Japan the opportunity to document their lives in the aftermath of the 11 March 2011 earthquake and tsunami. Organized by the Japan Committee for UNICEF with support from Sony.

World Immunization Week: Putting the last child first --- Political support crucial to reach ‘the fifth child’ with vaccines  UNICEF reports one in five children still unimmunized and at risk     24–30 April is World Immunization Week. Immunization is a successful and cost-effective way to save children’s lives. UNICEF has been a driving force behind universal immunization since the 1980s – behind reaching each and every child.  Learn more at http://www.unicef.org

World Immunization Week: Putting the last child first --- Political support crucial to reach ‘the fifth child’ with vaccines UNICEF reports one in five children still unimmunized and at risk 24–30 April is World Immunization Week. Immunization is a successful and cost-effective way to save children’s lives. UNICEF has been a driving force behind universal immunization since the 1980s – behind reaching each and every child. Learn more at http://www.unicef.org

Benin, 2006: Samsung, a 12-year-old orphan, sits in the home of his caretaker in Porto Novo, the capital. Orphans are highly vulnerable to abuse, exploitation and trafficking; in 2006, over 40,000 children in Benin were victims of trafficking. Today, there are over 34,000 orphans in the country. UNICEF supports programmes to shelter, educate and provide vocational training to orphans and other vulnerable children.  - © UNICEF/Julie Pudlowski - More info: http://www.unicef.org/

Benin, 2006: Samsung, a 12-year-old orphan, sits in the home of his caretaker in Porto Novo, the capital. Orphans are highly vulnerable to abuse, exploitation and trafficking; in 2006, over 40,000 children in Benin were victims of trafficking. Today, there are over 34,000 orphans in the country. UNICEF supports programmes to shelter, educate and provide vocational training to orphans and other vulnerable children. - © UNICEF/Julie Pudlowski - More info: http://www.unicef.org/

In a historic judgment, the International Criminal Court convicts Thomas Lubango Dyilo of recruiting children into armed conflict.   To read the full story, please visit: http://uni.cf/ApDQ49

In a historic judgment, the International Criminal Court convicts Thomas Lubango Dyilo of recruiting children into armed conflict. To read the full story, please visit: http://uni.cf/ApDQ49

Two UN organizations, the WHO and UNICEF, have just been caught red-handed administering “tetanus vaccines” laced with sterilizing agents to girls and women in Kenya. And as you will see below, this is not the first time that this has happened. Apparently there is a well-coordinated international program to use vaccines to secretly sterilize women in poor countries all over the planet.

Two UN organizations, the WHO and UNICEF, have just been caught red-handed administering “tetanus vaccines” laced with sterilizing agents to girls and women in Kenya. And as you will see below, this is not the first time that this has happened. Apparently there is a well-coordinated international program to use vaccines to secretly sterilize women in poor countries all over the planet.

3/14 - But he pointed out that President Barack Obama cited the shutdown of oil in the Sudan region as contributing to the rise in gas prices, and a resolution of the conflict could affect Americans at the pump. - The Washington Times

3/14 - But he pointed out that President Barack Obama cited the shutdown of oil in the Sudan region as contributing to the rise in gas prices, and a resolution of the conflict could affect Americans at the pump. - The Washington Times

This video was created by Ishela Boski - she lives in Albania.    She says " we all look different...we all feel different...but in the end...we all have beating hearts...we all have souls"...What do you think?    Created at the 2011 oneminutesjr. Albania workshop.    To Learn more...please visit:  http://www.unicef.org/videoaudio/video_42432.html

This video was created by Ishela Boski - she lives in Albania. She says " we all look different...we all feel different...but in the end...we all have beating hearts...we all have souls"...What do you think? Created at the 2011 oneminutesjr. Albania workshop. To Learn more...please visit: http://www.unicef.org/videoaudio/video_42432.html

With support from UNICEF, Uzbekistan preschools are creating safe, inclusive, engaging environments that operate in the best interest of every child. Full story: uni.cf/z9JRIx

With support from UNICEF, Uzbekistan preschools are creating safe, inclusive, engaging environments that operate in the best interest of every child. Full story: uni.cf/z9JRIx

UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Shakira (centre) stands with a group of smiling students at a UNICEF-supported centre in Rajshahi City in northern Bangladesh. The centre serves urban working children.  © UNICEF/NYHQ2007-2056/Shehzad Noorani - http://www.unicef.org

UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Shakira (centre) stands with a group of smiling students at a UNICEF-supported centre in Rajshahi City in northern Bangladesh. The centre serves urban working children. © UNICEF/NYHQ2007-2056/Shehzad Noorani - http://www.unicef.org

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