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LVE Human Dignity and Values
Diane Tillman talks about the relationship between human dignity and values.
Diarrhoea: Why children are still dying and what can be done
This site focuses on a package of proven prevention and treatment measures for diarrhoea.

Diarrhoea: Why children are still dying and what can be done.Diarrhoea is the second leading cause of death among children under five globally. Nearly one in five child deaths – about 1.5 million each year – is due to diarrhoea. It kills more young children than AIDS, malaria and measles combined. Today, only 39 per cent of children with diarrhoea in developing countries receive the recommended treatment, and limited trend data suggest that there has been little progress since 2000.

The objective of this WHO/UNICEF report is to focus attention on the prevention and management of diarrhoeal diseases as central to improving child survival. It examines the latest available information on the burden and distribution of childhood diarrhoea. It also analyses how well countries are doing in making available key interventions proven to reduce its toll. Most importantly, it lays out a new strategy for diarrhoea control, one that is based on interventions drawn from different sectors that have demonstrated potential to save children's lives. It sets out a 7-point plan that includes a treatment package to reduce childhood diarrhoea deaths, as well as a prevention package to make a lasting reduction in the diarrhoea burden in the medium to long term.

Diarrhoea: Why children are still dying and what can be done

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Cover - A Quiet Revolution
A Quiet Revolution

by Frances Farrer

Encouraging positive values in our children
Honesty - Truthfulness - Respect - Happiness - Peace - Responsibility - Love

These key concepts form part of a remarkable initiative lead by head teacher, Neil Hawkes, at West Kidlington Primary School, Oxford. Here a quiet revolution is in process: teaching children how to deal with complex situations from a position of strength and self-respect, and how to develop a stable inner world.

Publisher Rider - Mind, body, spirit
Publication date: 31/08/2000 - 177 pages 216x137mm - ISBN: 0712605770

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