Photo Panels: Challenges of survival and development
people still lack access to improved sanitation facilities.
children are deprived of one or more services essential to survival and development.
under-fives in developing regions are underweight for their age.
children are not attending primary school, with more girls than boys missing out.
infants are not protected from diseases by routine immunization.
children worldwide died before their fifth birthday in 2008.
newborns worldwide are dying in the first month of life.
children under 15 worldwide are living with HIV.
women die each year from causes related to pregnancy and childbirth.
The Convention’s evolution, progress achieved on child rights, challenges remaining, and actions to be taken to ensure that its promise becomes a reality for all children are looked at closely in a series of panels in the report, available in a single PDF as well as in separate PDF’s.