VIDEO from UNICEF Available on thenewsmarket.com: UNICEF: Namibia’s Foster Children Need a Significant and Continued Increase in Social Grants
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Today, Namibia, a sparsely populated country with a population of slightly more than 2 million people, has an estimated 155,000 orphaned children and 95,000 children considered extremely vulnerable and living in poverty. Since 2004, Child Welfare Grants on the whole have grown 7 fold but a significant and continued increase in financial support is needed to ensure that Namibian children are able to live out their hopes and dreams. Available video includes a narrated news package and b-roll.
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