In a heartwarming video shared by a UNICEF official named George Laryea-Adjei, a 7 year-old girl shared in an interview how she wants to join the police force when she grows up.
Shukri is a flood survivor currently living in UNICEF’s tent city. Recalling the horrific event, the child recalled how her family was knee-deep in water, “It rained the whole night. The next day we came to the tent city.” Shukri further extended her gratitude towards UNICEF for providing her with food and education, “I will join the police when I grow up,” she added.
What you need to know:
The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has encouraged the international community to come forward and assist the 4 million children still suffering from contaminated water.
Why it matters:
UNICEF has been actively participating in providing humanitarian aid in reaching 200,000 children with items including jackets, quilts, and warm material clothes. Around 60,000 children have faced acute malnutrition, the report added. As per UNICEF’s objective, 4.5 million children were vaccinated against polio in 16 districts.
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