Trading war zones for R&R on a sunny island in the Indian Ocean.
“Without #education,#children grow up without the knowledge and skills they need to contribute to the peace and the development of their countries and economies, aggravating an already desperate situation for millions of children. For the millions of children growing up in #war zones, the threats are even more daunting: Not going to school leaves children vulnerable to early marriage, child labour and recruitment by armed forces. When I fled #Syria in 2013, I was terrified I would never be able to return to school. But when I arrived in Jordan and realized there was a school in the camp, I was relieved and hopeful. School gives children like me a lifeline and the chance of a peaceful and positive future. I urge world leaders to invest in the futures of children living in emergencies, and by doing so invest in the future of our world” @muzoonalmellehan, the most inspiring and youngest @UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.
Here is 10 year old Ismael at his Temporary Learning Space in #Sortony, North #Darfur,#Sudan.#G20Summit