World Day for War Orphans
Many children are made orphans every year by war. UNICEF (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund), estimates that around 150 million children are orphans worldwide. Many of these are the result of war-related deaths.
Each year, the World Day for War Orphans (WDWO) is observed to raise awareness and find ways to support these children.
The problem of war is having a greater impact on civilian lives around the globe. When violence from governments and war spills into the daily lives of ordinary citizens, children are especially vulnerable. Due to war, millions of children today are left without their parents. They require help to survive and to heal from the trauma that has negatively affected their lives.
The French organization SOS Enfants En Detresse, which is SOS Children in Need, established the World Day for War Orphans as an annual event. Children are often displaced people and are at high risk of suffering from diseases, hunger, homelessness, or homelessness.
World Day for War Orphans allows you to help, even on a very small scale, by sharing the burden and raising awareness.
These ideas may be used to celebrate World Day for Orphans.
You can make a donation to support war-affected families and orphans. These organizations are worth your support.