Fast facts

3.8% of national income

Was spent by low-income countries on education in 2011, compared to 2.9 per cent in 1999.

Quote of the month

So while we are on the verge of eliminating mother-to-child transmission in the next few years, if we remain focused, we also need to remember that the second decade of a child’s life, the adolescent phase, is critically important. We believe that children have the right to be born HIV-free and to remain HIV-free through to adulthood.

Craig McClure, UNICEF Chief of HIV/AIDS

Play games

As you know, every child around the world has the right to play, and so the UNICEF global team has created some games for you to try. Some of them you can play by yourself and others you can share with a friend. They are all a lot of fun, and you will learn something new about UNICEF and the ‘rights of the child’ as you play. We’ll keep adding new games, so 'watch this space'!

Children's Rights

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Small Smurfs Big Goals

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Know Nutrition!

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Water Alert

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Toilet Trek

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The Story of UNICEF

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