Early and unintended pregnancy (EUP) is a global public health concern and extremely prevalent in sub-Saharan Africa. This document reports on a situational analysis that was conducted by Research and Training for Health and Development (RTHD) consultants from September to December 2017
The World Health Organization Standards for improving quality of care for children and young adolescents in health facilities is published to address the broader vision, in which “every woman, child and adolescent receives quality care throughout the life continuum and levels of care”.
The article published in The Lancet Global Health highlights the urgent need for more efficient and child-friendly programmatic approaches to preventing, diagnosing and treating tuberculosis in children.
Leading up to the 2018 UN High Level Meeting the Global Child and Adolescent TB Working Group of the Stop TB Partnership developed this brief on 'What You Need to Know About Childhood TB in Preparation for the 2018 UN High Level Meeting.
RIATT-ESA is working on behalf of children and adolescents and their families, to encourage national governments as well as national, regional and international stakeholders to pursue the objectives of the Start Free, Stay Free, AIDS Free framework.
Child poverty is a universal problem with devastating impacts on children and societies. This guide, by UNICEF and the Coalition to End Global Poverty, seeks to share experiences from across the world to support countries building national pathways to end child poverty and to achieve Sustainable Development Goal (SDG 1) on Ending Poverty.
This report sends a clear warning signal that the ambition of a world without hunger and malnutrition by 2030 will be challenging – achieving it will require renewed efforts through new ways of working.
This briefing paper by SOS Children's Villages and Development Initiatives underlines the issue of the lack of accurate and reliable data on children outside family care and provides insight on how to move forward in closing the data gap to ensure all children are counted.
This brief by the Coalition for Children Affected by AIDS highlights the importance of integrated, holistic support, which combines biomedical, economic and social interventions for children affected by HIV and AIDS.