WORLD DAY OF WAR ORPHANS
World War Orphans Day is celebrated on January 6. This day is celebrated every year. The day enables global communities to recognize the plight of a, particularly vulnerable group.
Civilians must bear the brunt of the victims of war. Children are the most neglected victims of war. Orphans around the world face many challenges: malnutrition, hunger, disease, and loss of social attention. As the most vulnerable population on earth, there is no one to protect them and they suffer from hunger, disease, and many other problems
That special day is remembered as the tragedy of the war that orphans usually endured. World Orphan Day was started by a French organization. Most orphans around the world are in dire straits because there is no one to protect them. They suffer the most from diseases, and many other problems.
According to UNICEF (UN Children’s Emergency Fund), there are approximately 153 million orphans worldwide. UNICEF is a UN agency responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental support to children around the world.
The definition of an orphan is a child who is abandoned or cared for. World Orphans Day is a day marked for such children. World Orphans Day is a day to remember these children. Each of them is precious and they all deserve a future that will enable them to fulfill their dreams.
World Orphans Day was started by the French organization SOS Enfants en detres. UNICEF estimates that there are approximately 900,000 children in the Northeastern state, all of whom have been severely affected by the war, either due to lack of education, food, shelter or direct injuries.
In the following decades, the civilian death toll from armed conflict has risen significantly, to more than 90 percent. Half of the victims are children. As a result of the conflict and human rights abuses, 20 million children are forced to flee their homes and become refugees in neighboring countries or deported internally within their national borders.
More than 2 million children have died in the last decade as a direct result of armed conflict. More than three times that number, at least 6 million children are permanently disabled or seriously injured.
More than 1 million people have been orphaned or separated from their families. Every year, 8,000 to 10,000 children are killed by landslides. More than 30 conflicts worldwide involve 300,000 child soldiers – boys and girls under the age of 18. Child soldiers are used to provide fighters, messengers, monkeys, cooks, and sex services. Some are forcibly recruited or abducted, while others resort to poverty, abuse, or discrimination to avenge violence against themselves and their families.
However, sadly, it is rare for them to have the time, attention, and love for social and personal development. Research shows that children raised in orphanages experience emotional, social and physical barriers. There is no doubt that the best place for a child to grow up is in a stable family with a loving father and mother.
Ways to celebrate World Day for War Orphans
Raise awareness of any kind that can contribute or help for the needs of a home or family. This holiday season brings together those in need of a family, those in need of a home, and those who want to help. A great reason is a great way to bring people together to come together and help those in need.
Ways for war orphans to share World Day on social media
- Spread the awareness on any social media platforms
- Encourage your followers to re-post or share
- Post or share any donations you are willing to make
- Post why you think it is important to give to poor people and orphans
HOW TO CELEBRATE
As mentioned earlier, anything you can do to help a poor orphan can change a world, so take some time to figure out what you can do and get it! For example, you can organize an event to raise money. In a particularly vulnerable area of the world, you have the option of sponsoring an individual child in an orphanage of your choice or investing in educational programs aimed at giving the orphan a fresh start in life. There are many ways to help orphans, and the purpose of this annual day is to spread these ideas to as many audiences as possible.
In 2017, various distinguished guests and activists from AIDS and orphan communities are requesting the United Nations to celebrate World Orphans Day on the second Monday in November every year. The initiative will be presented at the ICASA conference of tens of thousands of world scientists, activists, and government representatives around the world.
UNICEF has announced its commitment to care for orphans who end AIDS and to help end AIDS by 2030. Amicol is an integral part of the ICASA agenda for Africa’s mayors and municipal leaders to participate. The Stars Foundation is preparing to bring influential ambassadors for goodwill to the ICASA conference on behalf of the orphans as part of their public awareness and advocacy work.
World Orphans Day was created to raise awareness about the number of children in this world who have something that most of us see as trivial.
The people of Rome are the first to take formal care of orphaned children. By 400 AD, he had opened the first orphanage in history. The day encourages people to participate actively to help raise awareness, support and funding for maternity and fatherless children worldwide.
Every day, 5,700 other children are orphans. There are reports of millions of orphans in World War II, with 300,000 orphans in Poland and 200,000 orphans in Yugoslavia alone.
HOW TO OBSERVE
The best way to celebrate the day is to join a fundraising event for orphaned children. Work to create your own event, help other groups or organizations with their events, or participate in an event. Campus rallies, prayer whistles, races, walks, bike rides, and concerts have all been included in previous events. Donations can be made to a non-profit group that helps orphans. The creators of that day suggested that we live in a community where the money was raised and help the children there.
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