Overcoming Inequities for the Wellbeing of Children in East-Kazakhstan Oblast

Overcoming Inequities for the Wellbeing of Children in East-Kazakhstan Oblast

Дети в парке, Усть-Каменогорск
UNICEF/2016/Andrey Kim

Highlights

Under the UN Joint Programme UNICEF is working with other UN agencies, Government of Kazakhstan and local authorities in East Kazakhstan Oblast (EKO) to improve the lives of children, their families, and their communities, especially the most disadvantaged. This booklet describes UNICEF’s interventions under the UN Joint Programme running from 2011 to 2015. The Child Friendly Cities Initiative is an umbrella for all UNICEF’s work in EKO, encompassing the most important periods and areas of a child’s life: Ensuring mother’s health and child’s survival; Child protection; Supporting youth and adolescents and ensuring their active participation in issues that affect them; Strengthening social policy for children; Media and Communication for Development and; Ensuring long term impact of the work that has been done under the UN Joint Programme. This work is being carried out in close collaboration with local authorities and partners to have the maximum positive impact on the lives of the children and communities it is working with and for.

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UNICEF

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