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"One day I will be a police officer. I love going to school. When I’m not in school, I don’t feel happy." -- Luisa da Alegria Damago Nate, 13 years old, is a young student who dreams of one day protecting women and children from abuse. This is her story. -- http://www.unicef.org/mozambique/media_11361.html

"One day I will be a police officer. I love going to school. When I’m not in school, I don’t feel happy." -- Luisa da Alegria Damago Nate, 13 years old, is a young student who dreams of one day protecting women and children from abuse. This is her story. -- http://www.unicef.org/mozambique/media_11361.html

A landmark set of ten principles to ensure that companies respect and support children’s rights have been released. UNICEF, the UN Global Compact and Save the Children today introduced the Children’s Rights and Business Principles, a call on business to step up their efforts to respect and support children’s rights in the workplace, marketplace and community.  - http://www.unicef.org/mozambique/media_10476.html

A landmark set of ten principles to ensure that companies respect and support children’s rights have been released. UNICEF, the UN Global Compact and Save the Children today introduced the Children’s Rights and Business Principles, a call on business to step up their efforts to respect and support children’s rights in the workplace, marketplace and community. - http://www.unicef.org/mozambique/media_10476.html

We support the Participation of children and young people. Children have the right to take part in discussions on matters that affect them. They have the right to be heard and to have their views considered.    http://www.unicef.org/mozambique/9876_10686.html

We support the Participation of children and young people. Children have the right to take part in discussions on matters that affect them. They have the right to be heard and to have their views considered. http://www.unicef.org/mozambique/9876_10686.html

VIDEO REPORT: In the Philippines, UNICEF and partners are working to protect storm-affected children from disease, malnutrition and abuse, while providing their communities with critical services.  For more information, please visit: http://www.unicef.org/

In post-flood Philippines, UNICEF provides crucial help on the ground

UNICEF Mozambique would like to announce singer Stewart Sukuma’s appointment as its National Goodwill Ambassador. This is the first time the agency has appointed an ambassador in Mozambique, and follows six years of cooperation between the singer and UNICEF.    “This engagement with UNICEF is a great honour and responsibility for me, particularly this year as I celebrate my 30 years as an artist,” said Stewart Sukuma at the appointment ceremony in Maputo.

UNICEF Mozambique would like to announce singer Stewart Sukuma’s appointment as its National Goodwill Ambassador. This is the first time the agency has appointed an ambassador in Mozambique, and follows six years of cooperation between the singer and UNICEF. “This engagement with UNICEF is a great honour and responsibility for me, particularly this year as I celebrate my 30 years as an artist,” said Stewart Sukuma at the appointment ceremony in Maputo.

“I was seven years old when I started attending school. Those were special days. I still remember that my father took me there. I was happy to be in school because I could play and learn. Though school I have the opportunity to make friends." - Artelinda (13)

“I was seven years old when I started attending school. Those were special days. I still remember that my father took me there. Though school I have the opportunity to make friends.

One of the “fundamental rights” of children is participation. Children have the right to take part in discussions on matters that affect them. They have the right to be heard and to have their views considered.  Read more at http://www.unicef.org/mozambique/9876_10686.html                                                      © UNICEF Mozambique/2012

One of the “fundamental rights” of children is participation. Children have the right to take part in discussions on matters that affect them. They have the right to be heard and to have their views considered. Read more at http://www.unicef.org/mozambique/9876_10686.html © UNICEF Mozambique/2012

In Mozambique there are today over 1,410 active children and young participants who develop, produce and present radio and television programmes for and by children and young people.     Using an entertainment-education approach, the programmes cover issues such as child abuse and violence against children, HIV and AIDS, health, education, environmental protection and entertainment related issues. http://www.unicef.org/mozambique/9876_10686.html    © UNICEF Mozambique/2012

In Mozambique there are today over 1,410 active children and young participants who develop, produce and present radio and television programmes for and by children and young people. Using an entertainment-education approach, the programmes cover issues such as child abuse and violence against children, HIV and AIDS, health, education, environmental protection and entertainment related issues. http://www.unicef.org/mozambique/9876_10686.html © UNICEF Mozambique/2012

In the classroom is where you'll find me...

‎"In school, I learn to read and write, to respect others and not to discriminate anyone. In school we learn to love ourselves and others.

Family Fun Nights - Steenrod Elementary School PTA

Steenrod Elementary School PTA - love the popcorn sign for a movie night fundraiser

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