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UNICEF 75th Anniversary Celebration with Storytellers for Peace

UNICEF , also known as the United Nations Children's Fund , is a United Nations agency accountable for give humanitarian and developmental assistance to children of the world. The agency is among the most popular and recognizable social welfare organizations on earth. UNICEF's activities regard providing immunizations and illness prevention, administering treatment for kids and moms with HIV, enhancing childhood and maternal nutrition, improving sanitation, promoting educational projects, and furnishing emergency alleviation in response to disasters. It is the successor of the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund , created on December 11, 1946 , in New York, by the U.N. Relief Rehabilitation Administration to offer immediate comfort to children and mothers affected by World War II. Let's celebrate the 75th Anniversary of UNICEF with stories from Storytellers for Peace . Eleven narrators and other artists, musicians and actors from different countries

Suzanne Sandow

Suzanne Sandow, from Australia, is director, actress, storyteller and workshop facilitator. She has studied acting at Nida and taught after-school drama from 1990 to 2001 at Melbourne Girls Grammar School.
Suzanne took a side step from Acting and started storytelling well over 20 years ago at a Fairy exhibition for the Glen Eira City Council, she went with this exhibition to Kyabrum where she also presented Storytelling workshops for beginning tellers. Then she moved on to be a regular storyteller at Wonderwings Fairy Shop for adult parties. She has worked extensively as a teller in Schools, Libraries, Shops and Shopping Centers, Community Festivals and Private Parties.
Suzanne often morphs into her Fairy Character - Moth for storytelling sessions as she recently did at the 18th Annual Kanoon Storytelling Festival in Iran.
Suzanne has also had the honour of being the President of the Victorian Branch of Storytelling Australia and has served on the Committee for the last two years.


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