International charity: 24 million children in disorderly areas need psychological care
According to a German news agency report on September 10, the International Charity Society for the Save the Children said on the 10th that about 24 million children living in conflict-prone areas around the world need psychological care.
She also hinted: "We urge the nations of the United Nations General Assembly and all parties to the conflict to abide by the International Children's Law and provide more funds to help children recover from the conflict."
According to reports, in February this year, International Save the Children released a speech entitled "Peace to Children", which estimated that over 420 million children-about one-fifth of the world's total children-are living in conflict areas .
According to reports, according to experience, about 17% of people who live in conflict areas need psychological help. In addition, 5% of people suffer from severe obstacles.
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