Progress of Nations
The 'Progress of Nations' report ranked nations according to their achievements in developmental goals for children.
UNICEF for Beginners
UNICEF For Beginners
(Christian Clark, 1996)
Released around the time of UNICEF's 50th Anniversary, 'UNICEF for Beginners' told the story of the organization's evolution—from provider of milk for the hungry children of postwar Europe to champion of children's rights in countries around the world. (Note: the 'For Beginners' trademark is owned by For Beginners, LLC and is used here by permission.)
The following books are available in PDF format.
Challenges for Children and Women in the 1990s
(UNICEF ESARO, 1991)
In October 1990, UNICEF's Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office brought together a number of specialists to analyse child survival, protection and development data with a view to identifying new trends and issues emerging in the region.
Child Neglect in Rich Nations
(Sylvia Ann Hewlett, UNICEF, 1993)
Child neglect in rich nations describes how and why some of the wealthiest nations on earth have short-changed children. Poverty and abandonment are now commonplace experiences for children in the rich. Much of this book focuses on what to do: the techniques and strategies exist.
Helping Children Cope with the Stresses of War
A Manual for Parents and Teachers
(Mona Macksoud, UNICEF, 1993)
Based on methods and approaches that have been tested extensively in war-torn Lebanon, this manual will be welcomed by parents and teachers helping children cope with the stresses of war and other forms of systematic violence.
A History of UNICEF in Viet Nam
UNICEF Country Office
This book tells the history of UNICEF in Viet Nam from 1948 to 2005, through the testimonies of several generations of UNICEF professionals. The political neutrality of UNICEF and its aim to put children at the heart of social development built up trust, credibility and a very special relationship with the people of Vietnam.
Implementing the 20/20 Initiative
(A joint publication of UNDP, UNESCO, UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO and the World Bank, 1997)
The 20/20 Initiative is a compact between developing and industrialized countries, calling for the allocation of, on average, 20 per cent of the budget in developing countries and 20 per cent of official development assistance (ODA) to basic social services.
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