Refugee Children

Some articles on children, refugee children, refugees:

Refugee Health - Common Health Concerns in Refugees - Lead Poisoning
... poisoning is an important health issue for children all around the world ... BLLs ≥ 10 µg/dL) among newly resettled refugee children is substantially higher than the 2.2% prevalence for US children ... A 2001 Massachusetts study found as many as 27% of newly arrived refugee children with elevated BLLs, making refugees one of the highest risk groups ...
Refugees Of The Greek Civil War - Establishment of Refugees Overseas - Eastern Bloc - Czechoslovakia
... The first refugee children to come to Czechoslovakia were at first quarantined, bathed and placed into an old German camp ... Here the refugee children were given food and shelter as they were sorted into age groups ... The Czech teachers who were trained in psychology did their best to train the children ...
Refugees Of The Greek Civil War - Refugee Children
... On March 4, 1948, "Radio Free Greece" announced that all children under the age of 15 would be evacuated from areas under control of the Provisional ... The older women were instructed to take the children across the border to Yugoslavia and Albania, while the younger women took to the hills with the partisans ... Widows of dead partisans soon became surrogate mothers for the children and assisted them in their journey to the Eastern Bloc ...
Slavic Speakers Of Greek Macedonia - History - Refugee Children
... Further information Child Refugees Part of a series on Macedonians By region or country Macedonia (region) Republic of Macedonia Greece Albania Bulgaria Diaspora Former Yugoslavia Bosnia and Herzegovina Croatia ... established Socialist Republic of Macedonia, while thousands more children took refuge in other Eastern Bloc countries ... This data is confirmed by the KKE, which claims that the total number of political refugees from Greece (incl ...

Famous quotes containing the words children and/or refugee:

    The beginnings of altruism can be seen in children as early as the age of two. How then can we be so concerned that they count by the age of three, read by four, and walk with their hands across the overhead parallel bars by five, and not be concerned that they act with kindness to others?
    Neil Kurshan (20th century)

    The refugee uncertain at the door
    You make at home; deftly you steady
    The drunk clambering on his undulant floor.
    John Frederick Nims (b. 1913)