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Kul C. Gautam, Deputy Executive Director speech at launch of SOWC in Berlin

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Statistical Tables
Economic and social statistics on the countries and territories of the world, with particular reference to children’s well-being.
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The Convention on the Rights of the Child [Web]

A World Fit for Children [PDF]

Human rights for children and women: How UNICEF helps make them a reality [PDF]

Implementation Handbook for the Convention on the Rights of the Child -
Fully Revised Edition
[PDF]

Building a World Fit for Children [PDF]

We the children [PDF]


"AIDS is not 'an individual' problem. It is a global challenge, which means we all have to join hands. Many youth are still at risk...and who is going to help them? It is me and you..."
by Stephen, 20, Uganda

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Percentage of children under five who are moderately and severely underweight: in SubSaharan Africa, 29; Middle East and North Africa, 14; South Asia, 46; East Asia and Pacific, 17; Latin America and Caribbean, 7; and in CEE/CIS, 6.
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