FCB Legends at the  Nelson Mandela national stadium where they played the Ugandan Cranes in a friendly match in Kampala. The match is in support of the soccer academy that Rayco Garcia will start soon in  Uganda.

(只有英文)聯合國兒童基金會與巴塞隆拿合作10載 未來4年繼續為兒童努力

(只提供英文版本) BARCELONA/ HONG KONG, 25 February 2016 – FC Barcelona and UNICEF renewed their commitment to the most vulnerable children today, signing a new 4-year agreement. The renewal comes as the two organizations mark the 10-year anniversary of a partnership that already has helped improve the lives of over 1 million children in seven [...]
On 26 November, two small children carrying balloons hold hands with a man and an older boy as they board a train north from the town of Gevgelija, on the border with Greece. In the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, the Government has begun restricting the flow of refugees and migrants on the move, and is allowing only Syrians, Iraqis and Afghans to continue their journey. About 1,000 people are stranded at the main entry point into the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia from Greece.

In late November 2015, refugee and migrant flows into Europe remain at an unprecedented high. Since the beginning of the year, over 870,000 refugees and migrants have crossed the Mediterranean Sea to Europe. Many of them are escaping conflict and insecurity in their home countries of Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan and the Syrian Arab Republic. More than one in five is a child.  Recent restrictions imposed by governments at several border crossings in the Balkans is creating additional hardships and challenges for refugee and migrants, including leaving some stranded at various crossing points, creating tensions and protests at border crossings, or forcing others to take further risks by taking dangerous smuggling routes to reach safety. UNICEF, together with partners UNHCR and IOM, is supporting child-friendly spaces in reception centres at border crossings along the Balkan routes, mobilizing for winter and working with governments to strengthen child protection systems for all children, including refugee and migrant children. UNICEF is also monitoring and providing assistance with partners at these points, and is providing blankets, winter clothing and other key items to meet basic needs.

In late November 2015, refugee and migrant flows into Europe remain at an unprecedented high. Since the beginning of the year, over 870,000 refugees and migrants have crossed the Mediterranean Sea to Europe. Many of them are escaping conflict and insecurity in their home countries of Afghanis

(只有英文)地中海岸兒童死亡數字上升 聯合國組織呼籲加強難民及移民安全

© UNICEF/UN03122/Gilbertson VII Photo –  In the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, the Government has begun restricting the flow of refugees and migrants on the move, and is allowing only Syrians, Iraqis and Afghans to continue their journey. (只提供英文版本) GENEVA/ HONG KONG, 19 February 2016 – An average of two children have drown[...]
Bangui, Sept 22, 2015: After a morning of literacy and calculation catch up classes, children freshly released from armed groups enjoy a sports class. 2262 children have been released in 2015 throughout the Central African Republic.assistance to cash assistance. It is an empowering and dignified form of support to children and their families, with a positive effect on the local economy and with lower administrative costs.

納丁和喬納森:憧憬光明未來

當校長叫到納丁*的名字時,她高興地從座位上跳起來,跑向講台,向老師鞠躬,然後獲頒證書。她轉身面向數十名歡呼的兒童。納丁雖然看來有點靦腆,但難掩心中興奮的心情。課室裏每一個人都能夠感受到她的喜悅與自豪。 4個月前,納丁與其他90名兒童從反巴拉卡(anti-balaka)武裝組織釋放。在這期間,17歲的納丁躍居班上第2名。就在3年前,以穆斯林為主的塞雷卡(seleka)叛軍開始進軍首都,最終推翻政府。那年是納丁人生的轉捩點。她說:「我本來與家人住在代科亞(Dekoa)小鎮。塞雷卡叛軍抵達小鎮後,媽媽被一枚流彈擊中身亡,父親則在家門外被殺害。」 痛失家人後,納丁決定加入敵對民兵組織,即反巴拉卡民兵組織(當地語言意即反AK47子彈)。她憶述:「他們說,如果我加入他們,我可以自[...]