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The State of the World's Children 1995 (State of the World's Children)

by James P. Grant

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For more than a decade, The State of the World's Children report from UNICEF has become the best-known and most widely used of all United Nations publications. Published in forty languages, it is distributed to media in all countries at the year's end, and has become both a record and a catalyst for the movement to promote the kind of development that benefits today's children--and tomorrow's world.
This 1995 report chronicles the advances made in child health over the last four years. It is predicted that because of changes in governmental policy and practices throughout the world, approximately two million less children will die in 1995 than in 1990, one half million fewer children will be disabled, blinded, crippled, or mentally retarded, and tens of millions will be spared the insidious sabotage wrought on their mental and physical development by malnutrition.

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