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“As a grandfather, it pains me to hear the stories of girls who have married as children. The suffering of so many of God’s daughters bring me deep sorrow...”
Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu – Nobel Peace Prize winner

The Day of the African Child stems from the dark and dreadful days of Apartheid. The brutal and bestial uprisings of 16th June 1976 in Soweto, South Africa did not only shock the world, it also revealed how boundless the system was prepared to go, including massacre of children.

The city of Sarajevo has vivid reminders of the horrors of war and the uncomfortable fact that violent conflict is n…

The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) framework, which is due to expire at the end of this year (2015), has had a …