National pathways to ending child poverty

International Experiences


Child poverty is a problem with a solution

  • Policies and programs to address child poverty have ‘common threads'.
  • Address multidimensional child poverty through providing quality and accessed services for the most deprived children – including in areas such as nutrition, education and health.
  • Address income or monetary child poverty through supporting families and households to have a minimum income and ensure financial barriers don't prevent children from reaching their potential.
National pathways to ending child poverty international experiences
Jillian Popkins, UNICEF China
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