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AIDS orphan

An AIDS orphan is a child who became an orphan because one or both parents died from AIDS. In statistics from the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS UNAIDS, the World Health Organization WHO and the United Nations Childrens Fund UNICEF, the term is used for a child whose mother has died due to AIDS before the childs 15th birthday, regardless of whether the father is still alive. As a result of this definition, one study estimated that 80% of all AIDS orphans still have one living parent. There are 70.000 new AIDS orphans a year. Because AIDS affects mainly those who are sexually ac ...

                                               

Child health and nutrition in Africa

Child health and nutrition in Africa is concerned with the health care of children through adolescents in the various countries of Africa. The right to health and a nutritious and sufficient diet are internationally recognized fundamental human rights protected by international treaties and conventions on the right to life, as well as in charters, strategies and declarations. Millennium Development Goals 1, 4, 5 and 6 highlight, respectively, how poverty, hunger, child mortality, maternal health, the eradication of HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis and other diseases are of particular signif ...

                                               

Childhood in war

Childhood in war refers to children who have been affected, impaired or even injured during and in the aftermath of armed conflicts. Wars affect all areas of involved persons life, including physical and mental-emotional integrity, social relations with the family and the community, as well as housing. More often than not, these experiences affect a childs further development. The Heidelberg Institute for International Conflict Research estimated that there were 226 politically-motivated armed conflicts of which 38 estimated as highly violent: 18 full-scale wars, 20 limited wars worldwide ...

                                               

Childism

Childism can refer either to advocacy for empowering children as a subjugated group or to prejudice and/or discrimination against children or childlike qualities. It can operate thus both as a positive term for a movement, like the term feminism, as well as a critical term to identify a phenomenon, like the term racism. The concept is first described and explored in an article by Chester M. Pierce and Gail B. Allen in 1975. The most extensive treatment of childism as a negative phenomenon is Elisabeth Young-Bruehls last work, published posthumously, Childism: Confronting Prejudice Against ...

                                               

Kids club

A kids club, childrens club or mini club is a childcare facility, which includes a fully staffed mini playground or complete village specially designed for children; is usually offered by private companies, health and fitness clubs, major sports events, trade fairs, etc.; and educates and engages children for short periods of time for the whole day depending on how long the parents are needing the care for. Kids are entertained in a playful, dynamic, and stylish environment. Kids clubs offer a wide range of activities such as art, music and dancing, maritime and animal experiences, cookery ...

                                               

Juvenile life insurance

Juvenile life insurance is permanent life insurance that insures the life of a child. It is a financial planning tool that provides a tax advantaged savings vehicle with potential for a lifetime of benefits. Juvenile life insurance, or child life insurance, is usually purchased to protect a family against the sudden and unexpected costs of a funeral and burial with much lower face values. Should the juvenile survive to their college years it can then take on the form of a financial planning tool.

                                               

Women and children first

Women and children first is a code of conduct dating from 1852, whereby the lives of women and children were to be saved first in a life-threatening situation, typically abandoning ship, when survival resources such as lifeboats were limited. However, it has no basis in maritime law. While the phrase first appeared in the 1860 novel Harrington: A Story of True Love, by William Douglas OConnor, the first documented application of "women and children first" was in May 1840 when, after a lightning-strike, fire broke out aboard the American packet Poland en route from New York to Le Havre. Acc ...

                                     

ⓘ Children

  • Children is the plural of child, a person who is not yet an adult. Children or The Children may also refer to: The Children 1980 film a low - budget
  • Indigo children according to a pseudoscientific New Age concept, are children who are believed to possess special, unusual, and sometimes supernatural
  • Children s literature or juvenile literature includes stories, books, magazines, and poems that are made for children Modern children s literature is
  • Children of Men is a 2006 dystopian action thriller film directed and co - written by Alfonso Cuaron. The screenplay, based on P. D. James 1992 novel The
  • Midnight s Children is a 1981 novel by British Indian author Salman Rushdie. It deals with India s transition from British colonialism to independence
  • Children of All My Children refers to fictional children from the daytime drama All My Children Oliver Castillo is the son of David Hayward and Cara
  • Children in the military are children defined by the Convention on the Rights of the Child as people under the age of 18 who are associated with military
  • Children of God may refer to: People of God, a religious concept Divine filiation, the Christian concept of becoming a child of God The New Forest Shakers
  • Children in the Israeli Palestinian conflict refers to the impact of the Israeli Palestinian conflict on minors in Israel and the Palestinian territories
  • Mr. Children Japanese: ミスターチルドレン, Hepburn: Misutā Chirudoren commonly referred to by their contracted nickname Misu - Chiru ミスチル are a Japanese pop
  • The Children Act 1989 allocates duties to local authorities, courts, parents, and other agencies in the United Kingdom, to ensure children are safeguarded

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