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Promoting Child Rights Through Research: Abstracts from the 2007 Caribbean Child Research Conference held at the Jamaica Conference Centre, Kingston, 23-24 October 2007
The second Caribbean Child Research Conference supported by UNICEF, hosted by the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies, the Caribbean Child Development Centre, the Planning Institute of Jamaica and other partners, October 23-24,2007

Promoting Child Rights Through Research: Selected Proceedings of the Caribbean Child Reseach Conference 2006
The Caribbean Child Research Conference 2006 was led by the Sir Arthur Lewis Instiute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES), UWI Mona and the Caribbean Child Development Centre (CCDC) with technical and financial assistance by UNICEF

Evaluation of the Health and Family Life Pilot Curriculum
The Health and Family Life Education curriculum pilot project has been guided by the National Policy for Health and Family Life Education in Jamaica and the National Policy for HIV/AIDS Management in Schools. The evaluation is guided by these principles.

Analysis of Fiscal Expenditure on Services for Children 2003/4-2005/6: “What’s in the Budget for Children”
Study commissioned by the Government of Jamaica and UNICEF to determine the share of the budget of the Government of Jamaica that benefits children directly and indirectly through women in their role as caregivers.

Guidelines for Child-Friendly Disaster Management and Response
Aide Memoire for persons involved in disaster management activities to ensure that children's rights are protected during emergencies

Advancing Children's Rights in Jamaica - Report on Legislative Reform Initiative
Report on an review of Jamaica's national legislation and associated mechanisms to assess their adequacy with respect to child rights

Mid Term Review Report 2002-2006 Country Programme of Cooperation, Government of Jamaica/UNICEF
Report on the progress made in the 2002-2006 Government of Jamaica/UNICEF Country Programme for the 2004 Mid-Term Review.

National Plan of Action for Orphans and Other Children Made Vulnerable by HIV/AIDS in Jamaica
Copy of the National Plan of Action for Orphans and other Children made Vulnerable by HIV/AIDS, 2003-2006, designed to support the National HIV/AIDS/STI strategic plan and to address issues to improve the quality of life of OVC.

A Rapid Assessment of the Situation of Orphans and Other Children Living in Households Affected by HIV/AIDS in Jamaica.
Report on a 2002 Assessment of Orphans and Other Children made Vulnerable by HIV/AIDS in Jamaica.



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