Children’s Book Program
where can i get cytotec without a prescription On December 9, 2019, TCF’s partner Pan Rak Foundation launched a children’s book, Ciudad Guayana BORN FREE and EQUAL in support of the December 10th anniversary of the adoption of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948. Illustrated by Maung Maung Tinn and translated into five languages, this powerful book has been donated to schools through organizations along the Thai-Burma (Myanmar) border and inside Burma (Myanmar) and aims to share the main messages of this important document with the children of our world.
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