strategy

Preventing child deaths

Description:
Evaluating interventions to identify the most effective strategies for preventing unintentional injuries to children. Reducing the unintentional injury and related death of children.
Context:
The director of UNICEF, in 1992, estimated that it would take about $25 billion a year extra, spread among poor countries, rich countries and the international banks, to bring to an end the age-old evils of child malnutrition, preventable disease and widespread illiteracy.
Values:
Death
Subjects:
Death
Infants
Prevention
Type Classification:
K: Provisional strategies