Children around the world are having their rights denied every day. UNICEF is working in 193 countries to protect these rights, making sure childrens voices are heard and listened to.
UNICEF IS FUNDED ENTIRELY BY VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS. WE RECEIVE NO FUNDING FROM THE UN BUDGET.
Sreynet, ten, has lived on the streets in Cambodia all her life.
She lives next to a busy crossroads with her mother and two-year-old stepsister.
Each morning, Sreynet crosses the road to buy a bowl of noodle soup. She shares it with her sister, then their mother eats what’s left. After breakfast, the two girls go to the park to beg.
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Friday, 2 April 2010
If you are completely lost, stop everyone and say, "I think we should tune."
If everyone gets lost except you, follow those who get lost.
Markings for slurs, dynamics and ornaments should not be observed. They are only there to embellish the score.
Take your time turning pages.