VOA慢速英语(翻译+字幕+讲解):UNICEF:不稳定国家青少年文盲率近30%
日期:2018-02-06 10:44

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UNICEF: Conflict, Disasters Leave 59 Million Young People Illiterate
Almost 60 million young people who live in countries affected by conflict or natural disaster are illiterate, the United Nations Children's Fund or UNICEF, said this week.
More investment in education is needed, UNICEF said, to fight the crisis.
Nearly 30 percent of people between the ages of 15 and 19 living in "emergency countries" cannot read or write. UNICEF has found that illiteracy is a bigger problem among girls and young women. Thirty-three percent of girls have not learned even the basics of reading. The same is true of 24 percent of boys living in "emergency countries."
UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore said the numbers are a clear reminder of the tragic effects that crises can have on a child's education and their future.
UNICEF is calling for more financial support for education programs, especially during humanitarian crises. It said only 3.6 percent of humanitarian money is used for the education of young people living in emergency situations. That makes education one of the least supported areas of humanitarian aid.
The agency's yearly Humanitarian Action for Children appeal began on Tuesday. It called for $900 million for countries damaged by man-made and natural disasters. The money would be used on programs such as accelerated learning, teacher training, school rebuilding and on school supplies.
UNICEF also proposed that governments provide young children with early-learning opportunities and illiterate young people with specially designed education programs.
The findings are based on the U.N. Educational, Science and Cultural Organization, or UNESCO, literacy data on 27 emergency countries.
The countries with the highest illiteracy rates among people between the ages of 15 and 24 are Niger (76-percent), Chad (69-percent), South Sudan (68-percent), and the Central African Republic (64-percent).
UNICEF released the new data just before the start of the two-day Global Partnership for Education Replenishment Conference in Dakar, Senegal. The conference is designed to raise money to give all children and youth the opportunity to learn.
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1.financial support 财务支援

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We rely on your financial support.
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2.raise money 募捐

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The sponsored walk will raise money for AIDS care.
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3.emergency situations 紧急情况

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The report also offered specific suggestions about emergency situations.
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4.natural disasters 自然灾害

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Natural disasters have obviously contributed to the continent's economic crisis
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5.UNICEF is calling for more financial support for education programs, especially during humanitarian crises.

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call for 呼吁;要求

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They angrily called for Robinson's resignation.
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The ceasefire resolution calls for the release of all prisoners of war.
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6.The findings are based on the U.N. Educational, Science and Cultural Organization, or UNESCO, literacy data on 27 emergency countries.

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The selection process is based on rigorous tests of competence and experience.
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The study was based on data from 2,100 women
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参考译文

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UNICEF:不稳定国家青少年文盲率近30%
本周,联合国儿童基金会(UNICEF)表示,生活在冲突、自然灾害频发的国家的近6000万名青年成为文盲,E27-^Bbw[W^
联合国儿童基金会还表示,应对这场危机需要更多的教育投资TMR8oD8HzrD;-*^~)Ni
在“紧急状态国家”生活的15到19岁青年中,近30%的人不会阅读和书写E6qpJ7T0kWM3D。联合国儿童基金会发现,女孩和年轻女性的文盲现象更加严重9_t(YG.M@ul+。33%的女孩没学过阅读的基本知识CThOAc3fYD0(dVe]。24%生活在“紧急状态国家”的男孩同样如此[^,1Y(36mrR;hy5YrY
联合国儿童基金会会长亨利埃塔·福尔(Henrietta Fore)指出,该数据明确地提醒我们,危机将对儿童的教育和未来造成悲剧性的影响ig;YjYFev2=AnWo4AGt

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联合国儿童基金会呼吁为教育项目提供更多的资金支持,尤其是在人道主义危机期间U2KsoDH2S#M.)bN6。该基金会表示,只有3.6%的人道主义资金用于救助紧急状态国家的年轻人教育UoP,@I|K5NISO__#nz。这导致教育成为人道主义援助最少的领域之一lI8hkmrG6lpqh2~~M
周二,该机构举办了一年一度的儿童人道主义救助会agOk_nHWW!Vtl^。该活动为受人为和自然灾害破坏的国家筹集了9亿美元的善款QMxxoVF*Q9Qq。所有善款将用于速成学习、教师培训、学校重建和学习用品等项目lRk=F,n|FNnnP#O&G
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这些发现是基于联合国教科文组织发布的关于27个“紧急状态”国家的文盲率报告9sa(sOJcVSN
在15到24岁的人群中,文盲率最高的国家有尼日尔(76%)、乍得(69%)南苏丹(68%)和中非共和国(64%)~x]P6Qt1!Bvxq0f!N[y
在塞内加尔达喀尔举行为期两天的全球教育合作融资会议前,联合国儿童基金会发布了这一数据AE-M+MKDh]%.。该会议旨在为儿童和青年提供学习机会而筹集善款sBzk7^f*A#jc)ssD|I
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