Articles 25 and 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights should be fulfilled for every child. Namely, that every child has enough food to grow up healthy, has access to medicine when they get sick, and has the chance to learn how to read and write, so they can live with dignity to their greatest potential.
Develop low-cost, community-owned, commercially sustainable solutions that leave no child behind by ensuring their access to basic healthcare, quality education and good nutrition.
ULEMU MEANS 'RESPECT' IN CHICHEWA
Respect enough to look
Long enough to see
Respect enough to listen
Strong enough to query
Respect enough to recognise
Privilege comes with responsibility
Brave enough to react
In ways that restore everyone's dignity