Unicef Myanmar Leaving No Child Behind In Myanmar S
Leaving no child behind in myanmar's challenging transition. myanmar, march 2017 karin hulshof visited myanmar for the first time in her capacity of regional director for east asia and the pacific region (eapr). a very symbolic moment as unicef is well advanced in developing its first country programme of cooperation (2018 2022) with the new. Lives on hold: making sure no child is left behind in myanmar. as part of a series highlighting the challenges faced by children in current crisis situations, this unicef child alert examines the impact of the reforms, economic growth and national reconciliation process in myanmar. it also looks at the investments in children’s health. Unicef in myanmar unicef has been working with the government and the people of myanmar since 1950. in partnership with the government and the civil society, unicef’s current focus of work aims at reducing child mortality, improving access and quality of education and protecting children from violence, abuse and exploitation. Leaving no one behind – seeing the unseen and listening to the unheard concerns of children: unicef is working with the government to improve the protection of around 600,000 children living in institutions. this has included supporting the development of minimum standards of care and protection for children in residential facilities, as well. With unicef support, myanmar took an important step in 2014 to invest in the development of a national social protection strategy. leaving no one behind unicef’s explosive ordinance risk.
Lives On Hold Unicef East Asia And Pacific
Leaving no child behind in myanmar's challenging transition myanmar, march 2017 karin hulshof visited myanmar for the first time in her capacity of regional director for east asia and the pacific region (eapr). In that sense, we reiterate our firm commitment to leave no one behind; to leave no child behind. we must therefore work together to protect all children and act now to prevent and mitigate each of the risks they face, to ensure access to inclusive and quality education, nutrition and health care, as well as strengthen social protection systems. Threats to progress: inequities and new challenges on the horizon. the remarkable increase in vaccination coverage levels around the world over the past three decades is a success story to be celebrated, yet recent stagnation of around 85 per cent global coverage and uneven progress across countries is an alarm bell as the poorest and most vulnerable children are still not being immunized.
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