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More news from Haiti as poverty and children's charity UNICEF report back on how they are working flat out to reunite lost children with their families.
Nora Nonet, a UNICEF staff member, reported of how she met a boy who was 8 years old at a centre set up in the centre of the destroyed capital city, Port-au-Prince.

The child, who the childrens charity called 'Jefferson', to protect his identity had been there for two weeks - was just one of perhaps thousands of children that had become separated from loved ones following the quake which tore down their homes.

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Really interesting news story from children and poverty charity, Save the Children UK.

Young people in the UK were able to take part in mock votes in 'elections' which were held online.

The children were asked to choose between a total of four political 'parties' which were created by the poverty and children charity's campaigners in Bradford

'Our Shout' is a Save the Children project located in Bradford whose members have been campaigning to make politicians stick to their promises when they said they would end child poverty in the UK.

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This Sunday the 21st of March is World Poetry Day. Poverty charity Send a Cow are celebrating by bringing prose from a Ugandan farmer's group.

This ties in closely with the charities programmatic work as education in reading and writing are very much at its heart.

It's not a commonly known fact that not only to they promote education in Africa but they also run educational schemes in the UK. These are brought to children in UK schools with names including Grow it Global and Read to Feed.


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