Children & Health: Suggested Resources

The following resources offer useful tools and perspectives for those interested in children’s health and development. Towards a Better Tomorrow, A World Health Organization report on child health and development. Picturing Hope, A participatory photography iniative that allows children with HIV/AIDS to better express themselves. Family Income Impacts Children’s Health a news story U.S. News and World Report (October 8, 2008). Women, Children, and HIV – resources on prevention and treatment of HIV infection in women and children. UNICEF’s children and HIV/AIDS resource center Family Health International’s resource page on orphans and vulnerable children The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s state-by-state data on children’s health.

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