How can anti-poverty programming transform children’s development?
OPINION: The 30th anniversary of the United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child serves as a reminder that a decent standard of living and the ability to develop are basic rights of all children everywhere. Poverty is a major risk to young children. Lack of income and poor living conditions undermine children’s biological and cognitive development and ultimately limit their opportunities for the future. Tackling poverty is therefore crucial for improving early childhood development. Read More