World Children’s Day in the National Park of Malabo

The National Park of Malabo has been the scene of celebration of the activities of the World Children’s Day that is celebrated in more than 130 countries, a moment that serves as a platform for children express their concerns about the defense of the most unattended.

In the park, different activities have been developed according to the established program. According to an analysis carried out by UNICEF on the occasion of this world day, one in every twelve children lives in countries where their future will be worse than that of their parents, despite the progress that is being made worldwide.

The report states that 180 million children live in 37 countries where they are more likely to live in extreme poverty, stop going to school or die because of violence, than children who lived in those same countries 20 years ago .

– ” While the previous generation has witnessed an unprecedented improvement in the quality of life of most of the world’s children, it seems incredible that a forgotten minority of children has been excluded due to reasons beyond their control or that of their families “, said the Director of Data, Research and Policies of UNICEF.

UNICEF commemorates this day, which marks the anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, with international activities in which children will take over the functions of adults, in addition to the celebration in more than 130 countries of other events and events to offer children a platform that helps save lives, fight for their rights and develop their potential.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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