Posted November 20, 2018 07:03:59The United Nations Children’s Fund has been accused of killing more than 1,000 children in the past decade.
The UN’s Child and Armed Conflict Response Unit (CAARU) is the only organisation that has the power to assess the safety of children worldwide, but it has been criticised for its role in failing to properly vet the charities that it selects for their funding.
“The CAARU does not have a clear mandate,” said Julie Saini, director of the Centre for Child Rights, a charity that campaigns on child rights.
“We think that the organisation is not in the business of evaluating charities for their safety or effectiveness.
It’s been a little bit like the church in the UK where it’s not even about where you go to church but whether or not you can get there.”
That’s a shame because the charity should be looking at these issues from a humanitarian point of view, but the CAARu is not doing that.
“The charity was not involved in the selection process for the charity that would be chosen to fund the orphanages in Bangladesh, according to an email obtained by ABC News.
The charity chose the Bangladesh orphanages because it believed that the children would be better cared for than the children in other orphanages.
The decision was based on its assessment of the children’s health and safety, Sainibai said.”
There’s not any reason why the children should be in these conditions, so it makes sense to pick these facilities,” she said.
The orphanages that CAARUs picks are not necessarily the ones that have been the worst offenders in child deaths.
They are also the ones with the highest risk of child abuse and neglect, which is why the charity picks those that it believes will provide the best outcome for the children.”
They’re all in very poor health, and they’re not necessarily in very good health,” Sainin said.
In Bangladesh, the situation has been particularly dire.
About a third of the more than 2,500 children in Bangladesh’s state-run orphanages are malnourished, according a 2016 report by the International Labor Organisation.
About half of the orphanage children are under the age of 12.
The situation is even worse in some of the poorest provinces in the country, where the majority of children live in overcrowded homes.
Children are often abused in these homes.”
It affects children in every corner of the world.””
It’s not just a problem in Bangladesh where the children are living in this kind of condition.
It affects children in every corner of the world.”
In 2014, the United Nations declared the state of Bangladesh to be a war-affected country.
The UN says that almost 60,000 people are believed to have died since the war began.