UNICEF’s Zimbabwe Poverty Atlas 2015 Examines Poverty’s Negative Effects On Children’s Mental Health

Inter Press Service: Zimbabwe: Poverty Stunting Minds and Growth
“…UNICEF early this month releas[ed] the Zimbabwe Poverty Atlas 2015 showing high poverty levels across the country that are affecting children’s mental health. At the launch of the report, UNICEF, the World Bank, and government officials said the poverty atlas is an attempt recognize that ‘Children are rarely recognized in poverty alleviation efforts and their needs are not properly addressed’…” (Banda, 1/12).

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