Sahel Conflict Has Devastating Impact On Children - UNICEF

Hundreds of children in the Sahel were killed, wounded or forcibly separated from their parents in 2019, a UNICEF report says. Conflict continues to be rife in the semi-arid region of western and north-central Africa and the agency, which focuses on child-related issues, confirmed 277 children were killed or maimed in Mali during the first nine months of last year.

Hundreds of children in the Sahel were killed, wounded or forcibly separated from their parents in 2019, a UNICEF report reveals.

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