On Monday, Axios, which was among the first to report on the Peace Prize's new structure, published a list of what to expect.Here are a few of the highlights: The Peace Prize will be awarded to individuals and groups who have achieved at least 10 years of peace with one another, and that have made significant and lasting improvements in the quality of life for all people in their communities, the...
More than 200 million children in Syria and Iraq are living in poverty, with the UN estimated to have over a million children on the brink of starvation.
With no work or medical care, most children have little hope of survival.
In addition, the UN estimates there are 3.5 million orphans in Syria.
With the UN calling for an immediate end to violence, peace corps workers are being called on to help children in need.
With the aid of local NGOs and international aid organizations, peace Corps volunteers have been trained in humanitarian aid, health care and other areas.
But the job of peace corps is a difficult one.
While some have tried to make it easier for children in crisis, it’s a tough challenge for those who are already struggling.
Peace Corps, for example, often sends children to countries that have been ravaged by conflict.
The United Nations says peace corps has been used to help thousands of children who are homeless, hungry, and separated from their families in conflict-torn countries.
Some are given food parcels and shelter.
The agency even has programs to help with schooling, healthcare, and other needs.
For many peace corps volunteers, it can be tough to make ends meet.
In one conflict zone in Afghanistan, for instance, the children are taught to cook and help their mother.
They also have to help their parents.
The UN is now looking for more ways to help refugees and those living in need, but some groups are calling for a bigger effort.
In March, the International Rescue Committee said it’s time to take a look at the peace corps’ role in Syria, a country where there are over 400,000 refugees and many are children.
According to the UN, more than 400,00 children in refugee camps and detention centers are living without their parents or grandparents.