I do my speech about Unicef.
I have chosen this subject because before is started to find information about Unicef I didn’t know much about it.
I’ve 7 points I want to tell you something about.
1. When and why is Unicef started
2. What does Unicef do?
3. How does Unicef Help?
4. What is Unicef doing for children in necessity?
5. Did Unicef reach a lot?
6. What is the treaty for the rights of the child?
7. The 12 most important rights of the child.

1. When and why is Unicef started?
Unicef is started after the second World war at 1946, by the VN, most of all to help the children who were the victims of this war in Europe.
After the second world war was in the destroyed Europe rightly help needed.
There was not enough food, clothes and firing.
and there was scarcely medicines.
Million children were lost they’re houses and families and were sick and exhaust.

At 1950 the help of Unicef wasn’t needed anymore in Europe.
But in a lot of other lands like Asia Latin-America and Africa was help rightly needed.
Unicef wasn’t only given stuff, but also educations. They learned (taught) people to read to write to raise growths and learned how to become a teacher or doctor.
In 3 years time Unicef had helped 10 million people.

the slogan of Unicef in the Netherlands is without u no Unicef 
and in amerika England etc. it’s Saving childrens lives building childrens futures

The logo of Unicef is a globe, in the middle you see a mother with a child in her hand and at the outside of the globe you see two grain stalks.

2. What is Unicef doing.
Unicef offers help for children with difficult circumstances. In all parts of the world, as example: Kosovo, Zambia, Colombia and Vietnam. Unicef works in 160 lands and is one of the biggest help organisations of the world.they give people food safety water help by illness and schooling.
Unicef means: United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund.
In Dutch is that: Het Kinderfonds van de Verenigde Naties.

3. How did Unicef help?
Unicef is working together with reigns other help organisations and with the people of the land. Unicef gives not money.
But helps people with building and make better of all kind of things.
As example: buildings, hospitals, Schools and water supplies.

4. What is Unicef doing for children in necessity?
In all parts of the world are millions street-children, working children, war children and orphan children.
These children need extra protection. Unicef is trying to get them out of the miserable lifesituation.
Streetchildren can go to a house where they can eat drink sleep and go to school.
Working children get sometimes a couple of hours schooling so they can learn to read and write to.
And for orphan children they’re seeking a new home with an family or foster parents.
Unicef is also trying to get the war children out of the armies and bring them back to their families.

5. Did Unicef reach a lot?
I’m really happy that they reach a lot.
There are a lot of babies who are not died, that’s because the medical care is a lot better with the help of Unicef.

There are a lot children who are going to school now.
And with ORS, a salt-sugar mix are there about 1.5 million children not died, on diarrhoed.
1.5 million children, that’s 4500 a day!
Unicef had helped also with making of the treaty for the rights of the child. There is a lot reached but there is also a lot to do.

6. What is the treaty for the rights of the child?
On 20 Novembre 1989, became in the general assembly of the VN the treaty for the rights of the child contracted.
An important treaty, with: 54 rights of the child.
These rights are refers for all the children’s of the world.
Boys and girls, Black & white, Poor & rich.
The treaty s so important because there is exactly written which rights the children have.
And because it’s in the treaty, all reigns are obliged to old them on this rights.

7. The 12 most important rights of the child.
1.A name and nationality
2 Protecting against child work.
3. Game and relaxing.
4. To give your own opinion and find information.
5. To grow up near your family.
6. A safe and healthy life 
7. Special care for children with a handicap.
8. Schooling
9. Protection against ill-treatment and force
10. Special protection with a war.
11. Safe water.
12. Protection for streetchildren.