Save The Children selects Afghan boy to represent his country at UN General Assembly

Save The Children, an international organization promoting children’s rights across the world, is sending an Afghan child participant to the UN General Assembly.
Sameer, a school-going boy, was selected among 100 other children to represent his country at the prestigious event, said a statement issued by the organization on Sunday.
The young boy has been travelling to different provinces over the past two months and meeting children and learning about their hopes and aspirations, the statement added.

Last week, he had the opportunity of meeting President Ashraf Ghani and First Lady Rula Ghani at the presidential palace in Kabul.
During the meeting, Sameer discussed the demands of Afghan children with President Ghani and the First Lady.
He also received a letter of appreciation for his work from President Ghani.

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