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 Editor's note: International Children's Day is here. It is a happy holiday for children, but we believe that many parents are full of fear and worries about the future of children. Especially during the current COVID-19 pandemic, children in many countries have lost their lives. The COVID-19 pandemic threatens all children and adolescents. Vulnerable women and children are suffering the most from the crisis’ disruption of essential health services.

To this end, UNICEF proposed a six-point plan to protect children. There is an urgent need for global coordination to prevent the COVID-19 crisis from becoming a child rights crisis.
1. Ensure all children learn, including by closing the digital divide.
2. Guarantee access to health and nutrition services and make vaccines affordable and available to every child.
3. Support and protect the mental health of children and young people and bring an end to abuse, gender-based violence, and neglect in childhood.
4. Increase access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene and address environmental degradation and climate change.
5. Reverse the rise in child poverty and ensure an inclusive recovery for all.
6. Redouble efforts to protect and support children and their families living through conflict, disaster, and displacement.
Painter Ran Duowen painted more than 30 children's paintings on the occasion of International Children's Day,portrayed from different angles,the real and expressive faces of children from all over the world. An innocent and happy smile、a sad and crying helpless expression、etc, numerous,worth sharing.