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UNICEF

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Single Delegate

The United Nations Children's Fund is one of the agencies under the United Nations that specializes in advocating the protection of children's rights, assisting the children to meet their basic needs, and expanding opportunities to reach their full potential. Guided by the Convention on the Rights of the Child, UNICEF, which is present in 192 countries and territories, staffers fight to rectify the lives of children and their families seeking safe shelter, nutrition, equality, protection from disaster and conflicts.

The Development and Accessibility of Remote Learning

The standard practice of life the world used to uphold has been impacted greatly by the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the most affected industries is education. Students, in this case, children, are forced to practice remote learning. However, an unprecedented issue these children now face is the inadequate facility unable to accommodate remote learning. Because remote learning has failed children in rural areas, some have instead opted to going to school physically, increasing the possibility of virus spread and putting these children in danger. By means of shedding light on this issue, the council of UNICEF must be able to present solutions that both ensure the future of learning.