The main target of violence in Africa is 5 million children. UNICEF
United Nations . February 02 (APP): The United Nations World Organization for Children (UNICEF) says nearly 5 million children are the victims of the rising violence in the coast of the continent of Africa. They are the victims of serious human rights abuses, including kidnapping, recruiting as soldiers in Kasani, sexual abuse and other forms of abuse. There are many factors that cause Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger. Children and their families are suffering. The UN says the growing drought and floods are destroying farmers and shepherds’ jobs due to climate change. Due to the spread of extremist and armed groups, recruitment of young children as soldiers is increasing. Children do not have access to health services and are not vaccinated against deadly diseases. More than seven million children suffer from severe nutritional deficiencies, and they have no treatment to protect lives, she said. In the countries of the coastal region, children have become bone structure and these scenes are common, he said. This area includes the countries of Niger, Mali, Chad Burkina Faso and Mauritania. These countries are known as the countries of the G Five Coast.