Better Care Network highlights recent news pieces related to the issue of children's care around the world. These pieces include newspaper articles, interviews, audio or video clips, campaign launches, and more.

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Islam Alatrash - The Guardian

Hundreds of traumatised children are thought to have lost their families in disaster

Naciima Saed Salah - BBC News
Referring to the stigma he faces in Somalia because he has albinism, 25 year-old Elmi Bile Mohamed says: "People tell me I am a cannibal and that I will eat their children. They are terrified of me."
New York Times

For more than 150 years, spurred by federal assimilation policies beginning in the early 19th century, hundreds of thousands of Native American children were sent to boarding schools across the country. In many cases, they were forcibly removed from their homes.

Zofeen T. Ebrahim - The Guardian

The death of 10-year-old Fatima Furiro would have passed sadly but quietly had it not been for the two graphic videos that turned up on social media. The little girl’s body was this week exhumed for a postmortem examination, days after the videos mysteriously appeared online.

Ramon Antonio Vargas - The Guardian

Under the brutal 1973-1990 dictatorship, tens of thousands of babies were taken from their parents and adopted by foreigners.

Agency Report

The girl hawking sachet water ran in pursuit of the bus, laying curses at the bus conductor, who had stretched out his hands and touched her breast before stealing one sachet from the plastic on her head.

Sam Judah - BBC

China is pressuring Uyghurs living abroad to spy on human rights campaigners by threatening families back home, researchers say. Refugees and activists tell the BBC intimidating tactics are tearing communities apart.

Katie DeRosa - Vancouver Sun

First Nations child welfare advocates are urging the province to bring in Indigenous oversight following the 2021 death of an 11-year-old boy and the abuse of his eight-year-old sister while in foster care.

NBC Meet the Press

More than 400 children have been killed in the civil war in Sudan. UNICEF Spokesperson Joe English discusses the ongoing violence in the country and the need for a peaceful solution.

Ilya Gridneff, Emily Schultheis, Dmytro Drabyk - POLITICO

War has destroyed much of the Ukrainian economy. But one key industry — delivering babies via surrogates — continues amid the epic strife.