Praise for stance on children’s rights

Unicef representative of Pacific Island countries Sheldon Yett presents his credentials to Prime Minister Henry Puna. Picture: COOK ISLANDS NEWS

RAROTONGA, 14 SEPTEMBER 2018 (COOK ISLANDS NEWS) – The Cook Islands is advanced in its application of the rights of children including health, education, social policies, water sanitation, “all the things that are important to grow healthy children,” says the newly-appointed UNICEF representative of Pacific Island countries, Sheldon Yett. Yett was visiting the Cook Islands […]

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