7 years ago

UNICEF World’s Children Report

“They were all telling me to go away.”

What would you do?

Anano, 6, is a child actor. But the situation she’s in is very real.  Every day, millions of children living in poverty are ignored, pushed aside and deprived of everything they need to thrive. It doesn’t need to be this way.

This Girl Pretended To Be Abandoned For A Social Experiment, & The Response Was Disturbing

Watch the social experiment here:

Client: UNICEF Georgia, Produced by Georgia-based advertising agency Switch Communications (Tbilisi), Actress: Anano Ejibadze: UNICEF social experiment (Agency edit)

Every child has the right to a fair chance in life. But around the world, millions of children are trapped in an intergenerational cycle of disadvantage that endangers their futures – and the future of their societies.

By 2030, based on current trends, 69 million children under 5 will die from mostly preventable causes. And, 167 million children will live in poverty. Unicef’s State of the World’s Children Report is a call to action for the world to treat its least fortunate children the way it treats its luckier children.

Poverty, illiteracy and early deaths await world’s most disadvantaged children: UNICEF. Making the right choices now can, and will, reverse this fate, new report says

Greek–American engineer Peter Diamandis presents ; Why the World Is Better Than You Think in 10 Powerful Charts… 

When I published Abundance: The Future is Better Than You Think in February 2012, I included about 80 charts in the back of the book showing very strong evidence that the world is getting better.

Over the last five years, this trend has continued and accelerated.

Peter Diamandis: Abundance is our future | TED Talk (16.14) 

Photo credit: UNICEF.