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Results are in for the second annual Small Voices, Big Dreams global survey, which asked more than 5,000 children, ages 10 to 12 and in 44 nations, questions about their fears, hopes and dreams. Their answers reveal children’s deep awareness of what goes on within their communities and how it affects them personally.
The future leaders of our world recognize the importance of quality education and safety, and they have definite ideas as to how they would improve the lives of children if they were to become leader of their country.
“Children who grow up in poverty recognize more than anyone the power that education has to break the cycle,” says Anne Lynam Goddard, president and CEO of ChildFund International, a founding member of the global ChildFund Alliance, which commissioned the survey. “Children in the poorest countries are placing their hopes and dreams on their ability to learn, and they want to use their education to improve their communities.”
Read the Small Voices, Big Dreams report.
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