UNICEF Weaknesses

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There are many issues regarding the welfare of children from all over the world. Children have been repeatedly impacted by wars and conflicts in their countries. Moreover, many children from some areas do not have access to their rights such as education and health and have to suffer from discrimination, violence, abuse and sexual and economic exploitation. After the World War II, Children from all over Europe had to suffer the aftermath of the war. This is when the United Nations stepped in and created United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, or as today’s shorter term, United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in December 1946 with the sole purpose to lessen the suffering by providing foods, clothing and health care. Mrs. Aase…show more content…
With all the good deeds that he UNICEF has done to these children, the effectiveness can sometimes be questionable and just like every other international organizations, UNICEF has its strengths and weaknesses. The purpose of this paper will not only is to analyze UNICEF’s performance…show more content…
It was the most widely accepted human rights treaty in history. In 2001 a global movement started mobilizing to every nation in order to promote children’s life improvement that was supported by children and adults all over the world. The movement is named Say Yes to Children and has 10 imperatives for children that can be supported by people of all ages. According to the UNICEF website, the 10 imperatives of this campaign include; 1) Leave No Child Out, 2) Put Children First, 3) Care for Every Child, 4) Fight HIV/AIDS, 5) Stop Harming and Exploiting Children, 6) Listen to Children, 7) Educate Every Child, 8) Protect Children from War, 9) Protect the Earth for Children, and 10) Fight
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