Save the Children
The prohibition imposed by the Taliban regime has been extended to female personnel of the United Nations, who have opened the door to suspending their task in the country if the ban persists.
Many entities and NGOs help the victims of the earthquakes and demand for people's cooperation to alleviate the terrible consequences of the catastrophe.
Nearly sixteen million people are affected by the devastating consequences of the typhoon.
Every year, nearly 12 million girls are forced to marry men much older than them, two million of them before they have even turned 15 years old.
44% of new cases of child poverty will be recorded in Europe and Central Asia, according to Save the Children and UNICEF.
The 20th November, Universal Children’s Day, is a good opportunity to continue giving a voice to all those children who are voiceless and to reclaim that if we fail to protect children we will have no present and no future.
The director of 'Save the Children' in Catalonia warns of the serious problems of violence, poverty and migrations that minors still suffer and the challenges for the protection of the children that remain to be resolved.
The Convention on the Rights of the Child, which was approved in 1989 and confirmed by 195 countries, recognises and safeguards children’s rights all over the world.
The "Underprivileged" report examines five key areas in which it noted inequalities in the development of children: work, social security, housing, education and health.
Second-hand objects and volunteering help spaces that revert all their earning to support charitable causes.