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e-bulletin 36 is out !

On behalf of the editorial team, I am pleased to announce the latest newletter/e-bulletin is out in its new format. In order to view the whole e-bulletin it in a browser, please click here. New format The look and organization of the information will adapt to the machine (computer, tablet, phone) you are using to read it. The text are short and you need to click on the buttons to go to the full articles which are on https://www.issop.org/tag/e-bull-36/ . Some email software do funny things with the alignements => try another machine (computer, tablet, phone) if it the case, or another version of the software (for me : not looking in Outlook...

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e-bulletin 36 – December 2018 – Table of contents

ISSOP E-BULLETIN  36 – December 2018  – Table of contents => click here     To view the whole e-bulletin in a browser 1. Introduction 1.1. President’s report 2. Meetings and news 2.1 IPCC latest 2.2 David Attenborough on climate change 2.3 Save the dates: 2019 ISSOP meeting in Beirut 2.4 The effects of armed conflict on children 2.5 International Seminar on Child Rights and Health and Satellite activities 2.6 Disability in Russia 2.7 Measles resurgence 3. International organisations and voices 3.1 Global Climate and Health Alliance 3.2 Global Child: a rights-based approach to enhance the health and developmental outcomes of...

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e-bulletin 36 – 7.4 Pakistan Lady Health Worker programme for responsive care-giving

Pakistan is among the 10 countries with the highest burden of children not meeting their cognitive potential by 5 years of age. Pakistan has poor primary school enrolment (6.5 million children are out of primary school), poor primary school completion and poor quality of learning (Pakistan ranks 113/120 countries for low literacy). Gender equality issues is a big problem in this country. Even having a girl child may be a reason for maternal depression and developmental difficulties. The National Programme for Family Planning and Primary Healthcare (often referred to as the Lady Health Worker [LHW] programme) provides an opportunity to...

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e-bulletin 36 – 7.3 The right to health of the Child

Large numbers of children all over the world face significant health risks, such as infectious and chronic diseases, malnutrition, injuries and the consequences of natural disasters, protracted armed conflicts and poverty. Every year, 4 million babies die within the first month of their life and almost 8 million children under the age of five die from preventable diseases such as malaria, pneumonia, measles and diarrhoea. These general statistics do not reveal the underlying inequalities in health between and within countries. One of the causes of the inequalities is that, in many countries, vulnerable groups of children have no or only...

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e-bulletin 36 – 7.2 Task Force HPH-CA Standards for Health Promotion for Children and Adolescents.

The Task Force HPH-CA (Health Promotion for and with Children of the International Health Promoting Hospitals Network) worked on the finalization of Standards and indicators on health promotion for children and adolescents in Hospitals and Health care services. The Standards and Indicators took inspiration from the concepts, guidelines and outcomes of the WHO Standards for Health Promotion in Hospital (2004) and from the Child Rights-based Approach developed by the UN Agencies (WHO, Unicef, Unesco). The goal of the TF work is to facilitate the measurement of the level of Children’s Health promotion in Hospitals and Healthcare services and...

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