RSS img

on I▓nstagramPlease scan the QR Code to follow us on WechatUN agency reports

Syrian children endurin▓g "unprecedented suffering" in 2016UN agency reports

Syrian children enduring "unprecedented suf▓fering" in 2016UN agency reports Syrian childre▓n endurin

g "unprecedented suffering" in 201603-14-2017 06:49 BJTUNITED NATIONS, March

13 (Xinhua) -- The suffering of▓ children in war-torn Syria "hit rock bottom"

in 2▓016 with the highest number of grave violations again▓st them since verification began in 2014, t

he UN▓ children's Fund (UNICEF) said on Monday.UNICEF urged all parties to

the conflict, those who have influ▓ence over them, and anyone who cared about c

hildren, to find an immediate political solution to end the conflict.At least 652 children were kill

ed ▓last year -- an increase of 20 percent compared to 2015, 255 among them wer

e killed ▓in or near a school, according to a press release fr▓om UNICEF.Maimi

ng and recruitment of children also ro▓se sharply as violence across the country saw a drastic escala

tion of

the conflict▓, said the UN agency."

  • JULY 18, 2010
    at cities should reasonably add public services and infrastructure

  • JULY 18, 2010
    for migrant population, and make it easier for migrant children to

  • JULY 18, 2010
    attend public schools during the whole period of education from pre-

The depth of suffering is un▓preceden

ted," said Geert Cappe

laere, the UNICEF reg▓ional directo

r for the Middle East and North Africa

. "Millions of children in Syria come under attack on a daily basis, their lives turned upside down."The UNICEF issued the press release in order to▓ announce the study Hitting Rock Bottom --▓ How 2016 became the worst year for Syria's ch▓ildren."Ea

ch and every child is scarred for life w

it▓h horrific consequences on their hea

lth, well-being and future," Cappelaere added.The UN agency also highlighted that challenges accessing several parts of the country obstructed a full assessment ▓of children's suffering and delivering urgently needed humanitarian assistance.The most vulnerable among Sy

ria's children are the 2.8 million in

hard-to-reach areas, includin▓g 280,000

children living under siege, almost completely cut off from humanitarian aid."Beyond the bombs, bullets and explosions, children are dying in silence of▓ten from diseases that can otherwise be easily prevented. Access to medical care, lifesaving ▓supplies and other basic services

remains difficult," said the press rel

瓦房店市小学 隰县小学 信丰县小学 海林市小学 商都县中学 延寿县小学 连云港市中学 松溪县小学 柘荣县小学 祁县小学 高碑店市中学 漠河县中学 洮南市中学 彭泽县中学 柏乡县小学 岳西县中学 宣化县小学 呼伦贝尔市中学 商都县小学 隰县中学