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“UNICEF is working with Governments globally, to secure refreshed national commitments to child rights – especially to ensure that every child enjoys their basic rights, regardless of where they live, the social/economic status of the family or where the child is living with a disability,” said Rushnan Murtaza, UNICEF Deputy Representative in Sierra Leone.  The CRC was adopted by the General Assembly on 20th November 1989 and has been ratified by 195 countries, making it the most widely ratified international human rights treaty in history.
Impact Stories from Empowering Women and Girls Policy Area
2018 seed grant winners implement community initiatives Fellow(s): 2018 Seed grant-winning teams Country: Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Nigeria, Rwanda, Zimbabwe Cohort: 2018 Policy Area(s): Education Diplomacy/Mentoring, Empowering Women and Girls, Entrepreneurship, Professional Growth, Youth Engagement TechWomen 2018 seed grant-winning teams from Rwanda, Lebanon, Zimbabwe, Kazakhstan and Nigeria have begun implementation of their impact projects that address leading challenges in their communities.
their initiative Vheneka/Khanyisa, fellows of Zimbabwe have traveled to schools, rural farming communities and prisons to train 525 women and girls on making reusable sanitary pads using sustainable materials.
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