UN Secretary-General visits a child protection centre in Gabon

On a recent trip to Gabon, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon met with children living in a child-protection centre supported by UNICEF in Angondgé, a neighbourhood of Libreville, the capital.

The Angondjé centre accommodates boys and girls up to 18 years of age from various nationalities and religions. The children come to the centre for many different reasons.

The centre offers the children shelter, education, health care and psycho-social support. The ultimate goal is to reunite the children with their families in Gabon or other countries in region. For those who are orphans or can no longer reintegrate with their original families, legal adoption to welcoming families is an option. Every month, at least four children leave the centre and start a new life.

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