UNICEF: about 50 million children in the world, "uprooted"

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) Wednesday expressed concern about the nearly 50 million children were "uproot" around the world, having been forced to leave their homes or their countries because of war, violence and persecution.
At the end of 2015, 31 million of these children were refugees, and 17 million were displaced within their own countries.
The Executive Director of UNICEF Anthony Lake said in a statement , " The world has shocked the images will not be erased from the memory of the children certain, the small body of Ilan Kurdish speech by the waves on the beach after drowning in the sea, or the face of Imran Dguenih Bloody topped stunned as he sat in an ambulance after the destruction of his home . " .
He added that "every picture, every girl or boy, representing many millions of children at risk, and this requires that suits our work for all the children were impressed with the cases of individual children that we learn them."
According to the UN organization estimates, 28 million children have been displaced from their homes because of violence and conflict within and across borders, and they are in dire need of humanitarian assistance and access to basic services.
In addition to those, about 20 million others from their homes to leave children for various reasons, including extreme poverty, gang violence.