Nienke de Jong and Willeke Hokken
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Nienke de Jong and Willeke Hokken

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- Unicef
- History 
- The rights of the child.
- Unicef in the Netherlands
- Education 
- Nutrition and water 
- Childeren on the move 

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the United Nations  International Children’s Emergency Fund 
144 countries

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Since 1946 
Child rights and the well-being of every child. Whoever they are. Wherever they live.
vaccines and learning for all. Investment in mental health and adressing the climate crisis.

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The rights of the child.
54 rights 
Important agreement by countries who have promised to protect children’s rights. 

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Caribbean parts of the Netherlands
socio-economic inequality, climate change, migration and corona.
How are childeren in the Netherlands doing?
Unicef in the Netherlands

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Every child has the right to learn.

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Early childhood education
Primary education
Adolescent education and skills
Girls' education
Digital learning
Education in emergencies

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Nutrition and water
 Many children are not getting the nutrition they need to survive. This is especially true for the poorest and most vulnerable children.

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Safe water, toilets and good hygiene keep children alive and healthy.
Worldwide, 2.2 billion people still lack access to safe drinking water.
More than half of the global population does not have access to safe sanitation.
Three billion people do not have access to handwashing facilities with soap.
Still, 673 million people practice open defecation.

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Childeren on the move/Migrant and displaced children 

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What did you learn about Unicef?

Slide 14 - Mind map

In how many countries is Unicef helping childeren

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