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Cambodian pre-schoolers with disabilities benefit from newly trained teachers Ni Ta is able to interact with her classmates in a child-friendly environment as a result of two key developments; a recently approved Policy on Education for Children with Disabilities and the development of an inclusive education training programme Social service mapping helps identify and assist families in need Morn and her two grandchildren were identified through the Commune Council social service mapping as a vulnerable family in need of support because they are ID Poor – a government system that identifies poor households and their level of poverty.
By any means If I had known a health trip for a mobile immunisation activity to a remote inland Rigo community in the Central Province of Papua New Guinea would be a gruelling 10-hour foot journey, I might have had second thoughts about going along.
In Indonesia, community-based approaches tackle deadly childhood diseases Pneumonia and diarrhoea account for 2 million deaths among children under age 5 each year, a new UNICEF report reveals.
But these diseases are preventable and, when they strike, treatable.
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