|Otgontsetseg with her family outside their home in Arbulag soum, Mongolia
© Andy Brown/2013/Mongolia
Saturday, 31 December 2016
Friday, 21 October 2016
|Zau Seng, 11, and teacher Mya, both of whom were injured in an attack on their school|
© UNICEF Myanmar/2016/Khine Zar Mon
Nam Ya School is in a government controlled area, but close to territory where two rival armed groups are fighting. It was during fighting between these two armed groups, local residents say, that the school came under fire.
Wednesday, 19 October 2016
|Baum with her family at a camp for displaced people near Myitkyina|
UNICEF Myanmar/2016/Khine Zar Mon
Soon after the conflict reignited in 2011, Myaw’s family was forced to flee their home in Sadaung Township, near the border with China, due to fighting between the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) and the Tatmadaw (Myanmar national army).
Friday, 29 July 2016
|Children walk through a rice field in Dala, one of the locations for orphanage tourism|
© UNICEF Myanmar/2016/Andy Brown
As soon as I disembarked at Dala pier, I was approached by a thick-set young man with a pony tail and baseball cap. He introduced himself as Meh Meh, 28, and offered me a tour of the area by rickshaw. “What’s your name, where you from, you want trishaw tour?” he asked. “I take you to pagoda, fishing village, Cyclone village,orphanage. 15,000 Kyats.”
Wednesday, 8 June 2016
|Nicole, 14, from Malaysia with her creation ‘Billy the Hero’|
© UNICEF EAPRO/2016/Andy Brown
Fourteen-year-old Nicole is a confident and outgoing girl from Kuala Lumpur, or ‘KL’ as locals call it. Famous for its iconic Petronas Twin Towers, her city is the high-rise metropolitan capital of Malaysia. Her parents run a small business selling pens, t-shirts and merchandise. Nicole’s dream is to become an architect and help design the next generation of KL’s buildings.