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The Nepal Family Health Program (NFHP-I) was a six-year (2002-2007) bilateral activity of United States Agency for International Development, Nepal (USAID/N) with the Government of Nepal.

This pamphlets is intended for both parents and children, and those who work with and care for children, to list the various rights and responsiiblities of children, in the areas of education, heatlh, welfare, mutual respect, listening to one another, etc.

ForwardUK works in the UK, Europe and Africa to safeguard girls at risk of FGM and support women affected. They do this through direct community engagement, advocacy and strategic partnerships. These videos were produced as part of ForwardUK's projects:

The Tanzania School Net Program involved distribution of treated nets to both children ages 6-14 years and heads of household as primary audiences, empowering these audiences to take action while clearly conveying the benefits of getting everyone covered – including neighbors – by drawing on popular “sharing” beliefs that exist in Tanzania.

The Tanzania School Net Program involved distribution of treated nets to both children ages 6-14 years and heads of household as primary audiences, empowering these audiences to take action while clearly conveying the benefits of getting everyone covered – including neighbors – by drawing on popular “sharing” beliefs that exist in Tanzania.

The Tanzania School Net Program involved distribution of treated nets to both children ages 6-14 years and heads of household as primary audiences, empowering these audiences to take action while clearly conveying the benefits of getting everyone covered – including neighbors – by drawing on popular “sharing” beliefs that exist in Tanzania.

This campaign was inspired by a group of youths in  the Purulia and Malda districts of West Bengal in 2011. At the center of the campaign were Youth Champions - young change agents identified by Unicef through their network of schools. The campaign strategy was train hundreds of Youth Champions through workshops, empower them to engage other com

The Children's Anti-Retroviral Therapy (ART) Literacy Series shares knowledge, facts, and a series of creative and fun activities, centered around children and antiretroviral therapy. The series primarily targets children aged 6-12 living with HIV, though much of its content is also appropriate for older adolescents.

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