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UNICEF Decries 'Protracted Complex Emergencies' Facing World's Children

Friday, August 01, 2014

Earlier this week, we spoke to an international expert on the plight after children in conflict — kids’ whose lives are endangered by war, terrorism, famine and political or economic instability, or victimized by gangs.

Today, Here & Now’s Robin Young turns to Sarah Crowe, who works in UNICEF’S Crisis Team, to talk about what UNICEF (which stands for United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund) is doing in some of these crisis zones.

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