With the support of the City of Knowledge Foundation and as part of our efforts to advocate for a childhood without violence, UNICEF Panama has prepared the exhibition #FinALaViolencia #ENDviolence, in order to make a call to action for children through the faces of children and revealing figures of the magnitude of the violence of which they are victims throughout their life cycle.
The value of procurement of goods and services by the United Nations was $14.3 billion in 2011, 10% of which was conducted in Latin America and the Caribbean with Panama among the top twenty developing countries, or countries with economies in transition, which provided goods and services to the United Nations last year.
The dialogue about Environmental Education, part of the conversation cycle entitled: Panama on the Road to Sustainable Development, was held with great success, at the Oropéndolas Salon of the Metropolitan National Park.
Urbanization leaves hundreds of millions of children in cities and towns excluded from vital services, UNICEF warns in The State of the World’s Children 2012: Children in an Urban World.
On December 13 the Information Center of the United Nations in Panama (CINUP), located inside the City of Knowledge, held the closing ceremony in commemoration of the United Nations International Year of People of African Descendants.