Presentation of Urban Social Inequities Evaluation Findings

Equity for Children, in partnership with Cómo Vamos and Fundación Corona, is working to analyze and compare early childhood quality of life in different neighborhoods of Bogotá, Manizales, Cali and Bucamaranga in Colombia with the goal of obtaining data to support better policies that guarantee childhood rights.  In its first phase, the project focused on zero to five year-olds.  Future phases will expand the population studied to children of all ages across additional cities in Latin America.

On June 10, 2015, Equity for Children presented the results of the project in Cali, Colombia, to local government officials and the Colombian press. Watch the Spanish presentation here.

An additional presentation with local officials and members of the press took place in Manizales, Colombia on June 11, 2015.

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