qThis report provides new information and analysis on how far the world has come in reducing child and maternal mortality and malnutrition, ensuring universal primary education, protecting children against abuse, exploitation and violence, and combating HIV/AIDS. It is based on an extensive and valuable set of reports by United Nations Member States, which show that results are mixed, but positive in many respects. In the five years since the Special Session, there has been progress in many countries; but the national reports make clear that actions are still needed everywhere to accelerate progress.q--P. v.This drive, with support from UNICEF and the European Commission, aims to reach all Iraqi primary schools, bringing basic ... Such schools enable children to acquire the essential skills of writing, reading and mathematics along with general knowledge and life ... At the same time child-friendly schools encourage children to think critically, ask questions, express their opinions a and learn how to learn.
|Title||:||Children and the Millennium Development Goals|
|Publisher||:||UNICEF - 2007|