In advancing humanity's best days that are coming, small needed steps are being taken to reverse the adverse impacts of horrifying events upon humanity that have been brought to wrought by extremism.
UNICEF and other humanitarian agencies including the World Food Programme are continuing the perpetual work of salvaging and promoting the means, conditions and materials needed to sustain civilization in many places.
In Nigeria, the bloody violence inflicted upon Borno State by the extremist group Boko Haram has led to mass displacement and a humanitarian crisis. Also in Nigeria, according to UNICEF, some 244,000 children are at risk from malnutrition while the country sits in the top ten of nations with the highest out-of-school rates, where 40 percent of children, are not accessing basic education.
UNICEF and other humanitarian groups continue to work with nations and communities to bridge gaping humanitarian shortfalls with a view to mending humanity through small steps leading to the big victory of life, liberty, equality and the rule of law for all persons.