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Digest No 6. 
Violence against Children

Violence against children is a fast-emerging issue across the CEE/CIS Region. Children are harmed at home, at school and on the streets. Corporal punishment is common.

 

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Digest No 4. 
Infant mortality in Tajikistan

The infant mortality rate in a country is so elemental that it is often used as an instant snapshot of the development status of a nation.

 

 

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Digest No 3.

Children with disabilities

The status and rights of children with disabilities have become high-profile issues on the global stage and, interestingly, in the CEE/CIS Region in particular in the past decade.

 

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Digest No 2.
Girls Education

The education of girls has been repeatedly identified in international research as a key factor in the development of communities and countries—not to mention the lives of the girls themselves in terms of individual, family, employment and social accomplishments. In this context, the low school enrolment among girls in Tajikistan demanded in-depth analysis.

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Digest No 1.
Early Childhood Development 

Each and every child deserves the best start in life: a good start not only offers current benefits but good longer-term outcomes. In Tajikistan, a National Survey on Early Childhood Development was conducted in 2004 to see how well these dreams and responsibilities were being realized in the country.

 

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UNICEF in Tajikistan: Country Programme 2005-2009

Mountainous Tajikistan's striking physical beauty arouses rapture and an old lament, 'you can't eat the scenery.' Every year around a third of Tajikistan's working-age adults turn from the foothills and valleys to seek work elsewhere, leaving the already thinly-populated country even emptier-expect of children.

 

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Comparative analysis of MISC

The State of Children and Women in Tajikistan presents an evidence-based comparative analysis of the results of several surveys during the last decade.

 

 

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Child poverty

Emperical analysis of the Tajikistan Living Standards Survey 2003 and the UNICEF Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2005 in Tajikistan.

 

 

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Children Voices

A quialitative study of poverty in Tajikistan

 

 

 

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