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2011 유니세프 세계아동현황보고서, 올해의 주제는 '청소년기의 중요성'

2011.03.17

UNICEF dedicates its flagship publication 'State of the World's Children 2011' to adolescents


Haiti's generation next…inspiring people to rebuild their country through music


SOUNDBYTE (Creole), YOURI BELCOMB, 13 year old
"This song talks about the way people can clean up Haiti…to get rid of the bad and replace it with the good…to make a good Haiti"


A year after the earthquake devastated the country, this hip hop band is urging young people to brave the odds, step up and create positive change

 
Nearly half of the Haitian population is under 18 …but the lack of opportunities has cast a dark cloud over the future of country


From Haiti to Pakistan, millions of adolescents face an increasingly uncertain world…


A world where political turmoil, the economic recession, rising unemployment, escalating humanitarian crises and climate change are presenting unprecedented challenges


SOUNDBYTE (Sindhi), Sajjad Shoro, 17 years old:
"I had big dreams. I wanted to get an education. I wanted to get a job. I wanted to see the children in my village educated; I wanted to see the village prosper. But the floods came and drowned all our dreams."


Today, more than a billion adolescents between 10 and 19 years old stand at the crossroads between childhood and the adult world...


The majority live in the developing world… where the inequities are glaring Where the poorest and most marginalized children are most vulnerable to abuse and exploitation


17 year old Farzana, a mother of 2 children in Pakistan's Punjab province was one of them
SOUNDBYTE (Punjabi), Farzana, Child Bride: "It hurts me. It hurts me a lot as I wanted to study and make a life for myself. People don't realize that an educated mother can raise her children better."


Recognizing the need to turn adolescence into an age of opportunity, UNICEF has placed the youth at the center of its flagship report 'State of the World's Children'


The report highlights the need to invest in adolescents, to help them navigate this pivotal time and set them on a path where their potential can be realized.


SOUNDBYTE (English), RICHARD MORGAN, UNICEF Director of Policy and Practice: "Young people certainly need hope, they need opportunities, they need to feel that they are growing up into a society of which they'll be full members and able to play their part...earn their livelihood and start families. We can do a lot by working with adolescents and encouraging them as participants in addressing and solving the problems including in emergency or humanitarian criss situations. We need to see adolescents not only as vulnerable and in need of support but also people who themselves can make contributions to solutions"


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