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In the world, 35,000 children die of malnutrition everyday. In the past 10 years, wars took the lives of two million children, four million children became disabled by weapons, and twelve million children lost their home. Most of these occurred in developing countries in Asia and Africa.

Even today, too many children, 100 million to 200 million children, are spending their childhoods in battlefields, on streets, at whorehouses, or in sweatshops. Many children are forced to work 10 to 16 hours a day with little meal, little rest, and little pay (or without any pay). These children’s health conditions are in serious danger, for example, chronic undernourishment, lack of sleep, harmful chemical agent, pesticide, contact with dangerous machines, skin disease, AIDS, etc. Poverty, illiteracy, low societal expectation, etc. are passed from parents to children, and this becomes a vicious circle.

UNICEF ACTION POLICY
On the basis of the basic philosophy of “all people equally have the right to live”, UNICEF considers “what has to be done for people in developing countries to help them become independent?” and practices various assistance activities with a particular emphasis on women and children. UNICEF believes that these assistances should be equally offered to people who really need it, regardless of their races, ideologies, beliefs, ages and gender.
From this standpoint, UNICEF keeps on assisting those developing countries by not only supplying goods but also teaching technologies, advancing educations and fostering industries, so as to help them finally become independent.

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A posthumous poem of Kenji Miyazawa (27 August 1896 - 21 September 1933). Translated by Roger Pulvers


  STRONG IN THE RAIN

Strong in the rain

Strong in the wind

Strong against the summer heat and snow

He is healthy and robust

Free of all desire

He never loses his generous spirit

Nor the quiet smile on his lips

He eats four go of unpolished rice

Miso and a few vegetables a day

He does not consider himself

In whatever occurs...his understanding

Comes from observation and experience

And he never loses sight of things

He lives in a little thatched-roof hut

In a field in the shadows of a pine tree grove

If there is a sick child in the east

He goes there to nurse the child

If there's a tired mother in the west

He goes to her and carries her sheaves

If someone is near death in the south

He goes and says, ‘Don't be afraid'

If there's strife and lawsuits in the north

He demands that the people put an end to their pettiness

He weeps at the time of drought

He plods about at a loss during the cold summer

Everybody calls him ‘Blockhead'

No one sings his praises

Or takes him to heart...

That is the sort of person

I want to be




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