Children In Egypt 2016
Children In Egypt 2016 is a national publication that aims to improve accessibility to existing official data in order to meet a wider range of user needs. It contains over 200 statistical tables organized in 15 thematic chapters, covering essential dimensions of child well-being.
Violent child discipline
Religious Leaders Initiative
In today's world, families are confronted with different forms of violence that can harm children's physical, intellectual and moral development. Islam and Christianity stress the importance of protecting children from all forms of violence. The Muslim and Christian faiths place particular importance on the role of the family in raising children and protecting them from harm and violence. In this context, Al-Azhar University and the Coptic Church of Egypt have joined together with UNICEF to develop three publications to reflect the position of the two great religions on multiple aspects of violence against children.
Integrated Perinatal and Child Health and Nutrition (IPHN) programme; a unique step towards improving maternal, neonatal and child health and nutrition.
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The extent of violent practices for child discipline in Egypt_2016
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Ambassador Ahmed Helmy on Positive Parenting