While street life in the Kosovo capital may appear like any other European city, the outskirts are extremely impoverished. Unemployment nears 100% where much of the population searches the garbage for food, drink, anything to help them sustain life. These people are trapped in a terrible cycle of despair, passed from one generation to the next.
Dec 29, 2010 - Christine's story: A 14-year-old Haitian student braves the aftermath of the earthquake. UNICEF correspondent Thomas Nybo reports on the progress of a 14-year-old Haitian girl who is doing well in school despite the lingering effects of the January 2010 earthquake.
Breaking the cycle of poverty. UNICEF correspondent Thomas Nybo reports on a UNICEF-supported cash transfer program that's helping young Kenyans break the cycle of poverty.
Shasha's story: UNICEF revisits a Haitian girl in a camp for the displaced. UNICEF correspondent Thomas Nybo reports on a young Haitian girl's hope for continued education, a year after the earthquake destroyed her family's home.
This document shows the Common Core and national professional organization standards satisfied by the lesson and activities in the Global Citizenship Brief “Syria: No Lost Generation.” Access the full brief at http://teachunicef.org/global-citizenship-brief-syria.
With each passing day of the continuing conflict in Syria, more and more children fear their future may be fading away.
This film tells the story of a child who risks his safety by transporting goods outside of camp to make a little money to support his family. Student produced video from the Za’atari refugee camp, Syria-Jordan border, 2014.
In a fairy-tale style, the filmmaker tells the story of how a young girl participated in youth empowerment activities in her refugee camp in order to move past the effects of war on her life. The End of Childhood: Student produced video from the Za’atari refugee camp, Syria-Jordan border, 2014.