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UNICEF Pacific

2009/2010 Looking Back Moving Forward: A review and update of UNICEF's work for Pacific Island children
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UNICEF Pacific at a Glance

This publication provides readers and partners a bird’s eye view of UNICEF Pacific’s priorities and how the agency works with partners to support government development strategies, with a special focus on improving the survival, development, protection and participation of children.


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Niue CRC Report

On the small island of Niue, the close nit community of 1625 people pledged their commitment to the wellbeing of their children through the submission to Cabinet of the Niue initial report on the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The report aims to demonstrate the legal, economic, cultural and traditional situation in Niue within which the rights of the child are recognised and protected.


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State of Youth Report 2005

This report is a collaboration between UNICEF, Pacific, the Secretariat of the Pacific Community and UNFPA to update ‘The State of Pacific Youth 1998’. The objectives are: to provide a report on current youth issues and trends in the situation of youth since UNICEF’s 1998 State of Pacific Youth report...


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THE STATE OF ASIA-PACIFIC’S CHILDREN 2008

The State of Asia-Pacific’s Children 2008 is a regional edition of UNICEF’s The State of the World’s Children 2008 report. Complementary to the global report, it examines child survival in Asia-Pacific and highlights the need to place child health at the heart of the region’s development and human rights agenda.


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Essentials for Excellence

Essentials for Excellence is aimed at users who want straightforward answers to often quite complex questions (including sampling, research design and pre-testing), who need handy tips, and who are looking for practical rather than academic advice. This is also a useful basic reference for researching, monitoring and evaluating other Strategic Communication initiatives.


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