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Sonjida was forced to flee her home and now lives in a refugee camp in Bangladesh. An estimated 693,000 Rohingya have been driven into Bangladesh (as of April 2018). Over half of them are children. A month after arriving at the camp Sonjida got married and now she is pregnant.

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"I was terrified, I was sure they'd kill me" Meet Firdau, the brave 17-year-old who escaped Boko Haram and now volunteers with UNICEF to help displaced children at the Nigeria Maiduguri Displacement Camp. Refugee and migrant children are #childrenfirst. Throughout the world, 28 million children are forced to leave their homes because of conflict and violence they did not create.

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Kidnapped at the age of 11, Zara and her sister remained under Boko Haram control until the Nigerian army recaptured their hometown of Maiduguri, when she was freed. Zara is one of 1.4 million children uprooted by this conflict across the region.

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Shot in Chad, this music video reflects on child marriage, a reality that is common throughout several developing nations. The country’s high child marriage rate ranks third globally, with 68% of girls married as children. Song | RL Grime - “Always” from his debut album ‘VOID’.