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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being

Organizations relating to Infants

European Children's Film Association / Est. 1988
Give Kids The World - Europe / Est. 1993
Children in the Third World
Aide à l'enfant
International Family Centre / Est. 1974
Nongovernmental Forum Working Group on Children and Young People
UNANIMA International / Est. 2002
Women Against Violence Europe / Est. 1994
International Alliance for Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Schools / Est. 2003
Jewish Children International / Est. 1980
International Federation of Teachers' Associations / Est. 1926
International Federation of Widows' and Widowers' Organizations / Est. 1978
International Network of Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors / Est. 1981
International Fund 'Hungry Child'
International Union of Individuals of Mixed Parentage / Est. 1957
Communauté des loupiots d'Europe
Archconfraternity of Christian Mothers / Est. 1850
International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions / Est. 1937
International Child Abuse Network / Est. 1997
Voluntary and Christian Service / Est. 1953
International Welfare Society for Mongoloid and Retarded Children
Servants of Charity / Est. 1908
United Nations Children's Fund / Est. 1946
Convention on the Voluntary Recognition of Children Born out of Wedlock / Est. 1980
Fondation internationale pour le droit des enfants au développement

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World Problems relating to Infants

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Learning disorders
Inadequate education of indigenous peoples
Sexual molestation of children
Militarization of children
Animal cannibalism
Inappropriate school lunches
Competitiveness in education
Parental punishment
Inadequate maternal and child health care
Female infanticide
Street children
Trafficking in children
Juvenile prostitution
Urinary incontinence
Exploitation of child labour
Organized sexual abuse of children
Disruptive behaviour in schools
Maternal deprivation
Threatened species of Saga pedo
Premature birth
Haemolytic disease of the newborn
Orphan children
Congenital heart defects

Action Strategies relating to Infants

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Involving school children in studies on environmental health and conservation
Caring for children's health
Giving children and young people a greater voice on sustainable development issues
Preventing child abuse
Campaigning against childhood genital mutilation
Banning tobacco sales to children
Eliminating abusive child labour
Protecting children's rights
Educating street children
Using vaccines to prevent communicable diseases
Defaulting on alimony
Serving gifted children
Expanding educational opportunities for all children
Caring for homeless children
Informing young people about the law
Assisting victimized children
Teaching children manners
Assuring safety of children
Providing environmental education in schools
Rehabilitating child soldiers
Detecting child pornography on the internet
Relaxing parental discipline
Reducing illiteracy amongst children
Manipulating deportment
Ensuring universal primary education for children

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