The Impact of War on Children
A Review of Progress Since the 1996 United Nations Report on the Impact of Armed Conflict on ChildrenUnknown - 2001
"The stories and images in this book are both challenging and tragic. They tell how eight land-mines in my own country, Mozambique, prevented more than 20,000 people from returning to their villages in the Mahniça valley for seven years. They tell of the exploitation of girls as soldiers and sexual slaves ... The book charts the rise of HIV/AIDS as the single most powerful new factor compounding the dangers for children in armed conflict.
-- Graça Machel