Pan Arab Project for Child Development (PAPCHILD)

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following resolutions of Council of Arab Ministers of Health and Council of Arab Ministers for Social and Economic Affairs. Project guided by the 'Declaration of the Arab Child', the 'Strategy of Arab Social Work' and the 'Strategy of Arab Health' aiming to achieve health for all by the year 2000.


Provide detailed information on the factors which affect maternal and children's health and survival: biological, demographic, social, economic and environmental variables (these to provide integrated, reliable and timely information for planning and monitoring mother and child care programmes and formulating health policies and development programmes in a scientific and economic way); enhance national capabilities for planning, coordination and organization of integrated model programmes dealing with health of mothers and children as a part of development plans; improve technical skills of those working in government bodies dealing with children and family health, especially ministries of health; raise awareness of issues related to the needs of the Arab child, his problems and programmes meant to improve his status; provide information relating to the status of Arab women from health, social, economic and cultural aspects; contribute to achieving the goal of 'health for all by the year 2000'.

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Carries out a 'Pan Arab Maternal and Child Health Survey' and parallel activities related to maternal and child health. Offers financial support and technical assistance in collaboration with national resources of the country involved. Organizes workshops and training courses, training sessions in statistical analysis, administration and evaluation of mother and child care programmes, use of personal computers, utilization of survey results in health policy and planning. Mass media plan on the Arab child including national symposia, publications and use of mass media channels to publicize results.


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Relations with 8 inter-governmental organizations.
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Relations with 1 non-governmental organizations.
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Members in 6 countries
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Subjects *

  • Society
    • Women
    • Infants
    • Family
    • Maternity, Paternity
  • Health Care
    • Health
  • Development
    • Development

UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-beingGOAL 5: Gender Equality



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