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Youth’s aspirations and expectations for future job opportunities.
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WHAT U-REPORTERS ARE SAYING

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African citizens fighting corruption
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U-Report Kicks off with Football Super League in Malawi
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U-Report Cote d’Ivoire Ignites a Youth Movement
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U-Reporters share their view on International Women's Day 2018
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U-Report: A helping hand during tragedy in Sierra Leone
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Hurricane Irma: U-Report works to protect children
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U-Report reaches two million Nigerian responders!!
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U-Report Improves Access to Information in Mozambique — By Girls, For Girls
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Give Girls 12 Years Of Free, Safe, Quality Education. They Deserve It!
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UNICEF Works with U-Reporters to improve menstrual hygiene for girls and women in Pakistan
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Swaziland Youth Parliament
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Indonesian Scouts to speak out through U-Report
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GENERAL
Last month, U-Reporters told us Education is the biggest issue facing children today. Let's work together to ensure that children have access to good education, its the right of EVERY child. So tell us, do you want to participate?
7% Response Rate | Aug. 13, 2018
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63% of U-Reporters in Africa told us they experienced corruption in their daily lives. Over half said it harms kids' education in some way. Want more information?
3% Response Rate | July 13, 2018
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YOUTH GROUP
Less than one week left for FIFA world cup 2018. Follow this exciting journey with U-Report by some fun quizes, facts, match schedule, voting your favorite team and more!! . Want to participate?
6% Response Rate | July 12, 2018
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