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Eight amazing Child Rights Heroes can become the World’s Children’s Prize Decade Child Rights Hero 2020. All eight have previously been honored by millions of voting children with the World’s Children’s Prize. These eight campaigners have fought for the rights of vulnerable children over a total of 185 years.

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Murhabazi Namegabe,
Congo-Kinshasa

Murhabazi fights for child soldiers, girls who’ve been abused and other vulnerable children who have grown up in one of the worst wars in human history.
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Anna Mollel,
Tanzania

Fights for differently-abled Maasai children and other children living in poverty in rural Tanzania.
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James Kofi Annan,
Ghana

James combats child slavery in the fishing industry on Lake Volta, where he himself was enslaved as a child.
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Malala Yousafzai,
Pakistan

Malala fights for girls’ right to education and a life in freedom, in Pakistan, and around the world.
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Phymean Noun,
Cambodia

Phymean fights for children living on rubbish tips, and those children’s right to an education.
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Manuel Rodrigues,
Guinea Bissau

Manuel fights for blind children and other differently-abled children in Guinea-Bissau, and their right to live with dignity
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Rachel Lloyd,
USA

Rachel Lloyd fights for children, especially girls and trans youth, who are abused in commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC).
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Ashok Dyalchand,
India

Ashok Dyalchand campaigns against child marriage and fights for girls’ rights in India.
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