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  • Country, Regional and Divisional Annual Reports
  • Country, Regional and Divisional Annual Reports
  • Country, Regional and Divisional Annual Reports
  • UNICEF’s integrated approach to child protection in 2014 addressed the full spectrum of risk factors in the lives of children and their families, within both development and humanitarian contexts.
  • Following major improvements between 2000 and 2007, global progress has stalled both in school enrolment and the number of out-of-school children.
  • An overview of the progress made in implementing the institutional and programmatic components of the UNICEF Gender Action Plan during 2014.
  • Overall, 2014 was a year of progress towards meeting global goals for reducing child mortality. Under-five mortality has declined at a faster rate than at any other time during the past two decades.
  • An AIDS-free generation is within reach: a generation in which children are born free of HIV and remain so into adulthood, and children living with HIV have access to care and treatment.
  • From deadly natural disasters to brutal conflicts and fast-spreading epidemics, children across the world are facing a changing and increasingly complex humanitarian environment.
  • Optimal nutrition lays the foundation for lifelong health, learning, and economic and social performance; it is one of the most important investments in realizing the rights of every child.

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