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    Great, thats brilliant to know.

    What current undergoing projects are being carried out, and how successful does The WHO believe them to be?
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    I believe the who are currently touring Japan and the USA, and they are sold out, so rather successful! :getmecoat:
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    (Original post by lodzinski)
    I believe the who are currently touring Japan and the USA, and they are sold out, so rather successful! :getmecoat:
    Unicef do not count 'sell outs' as a measure of success.
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    unicef more of a pink floyd fan? led zep maybe?
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    ^ Unicef shall ignore that last humourous comment, Russia.

    Unicef would count 100% child enrolment in primary schools throughout Russia as a success, by the way. This however, is not the case.
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    unicef more of a pink floyd fan? led zep maybe?
    Led Zep all the way. :cool:
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    *********** HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO UNICEF ************

    In order to celebrate UNICEFs belated birthday (during the week), I propose each country in the MUN hold a 'Day of the Children'. I would like to open discussion on how each country will choose to appropriately celebrate this day. UNICEF also welcomes suggestions on which day they would like celelbrations to take place.

    Example ideas - city parades, all school activites to be fun, world leaders to dedicate one day to solving international problems affecting children altogether....

    Thanks
 
 
 
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