Education and early childhood development

April 20,2016
Balanced nourishment: a vital right for the development of the child

The right to meals and nourishment is a vital right for all human beings. Food is an essential element without which human beings cannot survive.

April 20,2016
Education: a fundamental and universal right

Education is an essential right, which permits each person to receive instruction and to blossom socially.

April 20,2016
The right to life: an essential right for all human beings

The right to life is a universally recognized right for all human beings. It is a fundamental right which governs all other existing rights.

April 20,2016
The meaning of the child and the rights of the children

Etymologically, the term “child” comes from the Latininfans which means ” the one who does not speak “.

April 7,2016
Child Abuse Statistics

Child abuse does not discriminate based on gender, social standing, ethnicity, or religion.

April 7,2016
The Millennium Development Goals Gender Chart 2015
April 5,2016
Child trafficking Statistics

Ark of Hope for Children has compiled the following U.S. and international statistics on human trafficking, child trafficking and sex trafficking.

April 5,2016
Teenage Growth Spurts

As the child approaches puberty, trips to the store for new trousers and shoes become more frequent to replace the old ones that no longer fit.

April 5,2016
How Much Sleep Does a Child Need?

How much sleep does a child need? There is no set number of hours of sleep that children will require at a particular age.

April 5,2016
Final report of the Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity

The Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity (ECHO) presented its final report to the WHO Director-General on january 2016, culminating a two-year process to address the

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