The State of the World's Children
UNICEF’s flagship publication – the most comprehensive analysis of global trends affecting children.
Each year, The State of the World's Children picks up a key issue affecting children for close examination with supporting data and statistics. Since 1980, the report has been the most comprehensive analysis of global trends affecting children.
The latest paradigms in health programming and policies for mothers and newborns.
The state of child survival and primary health care for mothers, newborns and children today.
Turning commitments into actions that improve the lives of children and families.
The earliest years of a child’s life influence the rest of childhood and adolescence.
A call to industrialized and developing countries to reaffirm their promises for children.
Key strategies behind progress made and the upcoming 1995 World Summit for Social Development.
The means to end mass malnutrition, preventable disease and widespread illiteracy.
10 propositions for ending extreme poverty among one quarter of the world’s people.