Wednesday, February 17, 2016.  I am highlighting  here some of UNICEF’s important reports related to well-being of our specie’s children.  What impacts ONE of us impacts ALL of us!

UNICEF – just released – Humanitarian Action for Children 2016 (Overview)

“In 2015, millions of children and families were forced from their homes to flee violence, persecution, and hardship. This report shows some of our joint efforts and the results achieved and what we will be working towards in 2016.”  GO TO FULL PUBLICATION HERE

UNICEF FLAGSHIP PUBLICATION – The State of the World’s Children 2015: Reimagine the Future

“To mark the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, this edition of The State of the World’s Children calls for innovation – emerging out of the experiences and insights of people who are actively working to make the world better for every child.”  GO TO FULL PUBLICATION HERE

UNICEF ANNUAL REPORT (the latest) – UNICEF Annual Report 2014

This report “outlines UNICEF’s ongoing efforts to realize the rights of every child, especially the most disadvantaged, and break the intergenerational cycle of inequity and poverty.” GO TO FULL PUBLICATION HERE


“Unless we act now: The impact of climate change on children outlines the ways in which children – especially the most vulnerable – will suffer disproportionately from climate change and environmental disasters.” GO TO FULL PUBLICATION HERE


There are also many informative links now available on the United Nations World Health Organization work that can be accessed with an online search of these terms “united nations world health organization ace trauma.”


Here is our first book out in ebook format.  Click here to view or purchase–

Story Without Words:  How Did Child Abuse Break My Mother?

It lists for $2.99 and can be read by Amazon Prime customers without charge.  A daring book – for daring readers – about a really tough subject.


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