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During the periodUNICEF continued to meet emergency needs, but at the same time moved into the long-range benefit approach. To protect the health of children, UNICEF conducted campaigns against tuberculosis, yaws, leprosy, and malaria; made provisions for environmental sanitation; encouraged maternal and child health care education.
To raise nutritional standards for children, UNICEF helped countries produce and distribute low-cost, high-protein foods and fostered programs to educate people in their use.
To provide for the social welfare of children, UNICEF instituted informal training of mothers in child rearing and home improvement, aided services for children through day-care and neighborhood centers, family counseling, and youth clubs. UNICEF broadened its policy during the period by adopting a concept of allying aid for children to the development of the nation.
Consequently, becoming concerned with the intellectual, psychological, and vocational needs of children as well as with their physical needs, UNICEF provided assistance for teacher education and curriculum reform, allocated funds for pre-vocational training in usable skills, promoted information on the uses of technology.
In the decade of the seventies, UNICEF will attempt to elevate the quality of life of children in the developing nations, coordinating its efforts with those of the governments concerned. These films include four in English: General Progress Report of the executive Director.
New York, Public Affairs Committee, New York, Association Press, Progress Begins with the Child: New York, United Nations printed leaflet Yates, Elizabeth, Rainbow round the World: Indianapolis, Bobbs Merrill, The editor gratefully acknowledges the kindness of UNICEF in providing for his information a soon-to-be-issued history, but he is, of course, solely responsible for this note.
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Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. United Nations Children's FUND updated their profile picture. Sp S on S so S red S. UNICEF is committed to doing all it can to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in partnership with governments, civil society, business, academia and the United Nations family – and especially children and young people.
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Nov 11, · United Nations Children's Fund Presents at World Vaccine Congress Washington , Apr PM. Venue: District Of Columbia, Washington, United ashio-midori.comon: UNICEF House 3 United Nations Plaza New York, NY United States. UNICEF has been working closely with the Government of India for the last 70 years, helping children realize their dreams and give them best start in life.