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Child Dev. 2012 Jan-Feb;83(1):92-103. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8624.2011.01672.x.

Child development in developing countries: child rights and policy implications.

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Yale University, New Haven, CT 06520-7900, USA.


The Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey was used to provide information on feeding practices, caregiving, discipline and violence, and the home environment for young children across 28 countries. The findings from the series of studies in this Special Section are the first of their kind because they provide information on the most proximal context for development of the youngest children in the majority world using one of the only data sets to study these contexts across countries. Using the framework of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, in particular the Rights to Survival, Development and Protection, findings are explained with implications for international and national-level social policies. Implications are also discussed, with respect to policy makers and the larger international community, who have the obligation to uphold these rights.

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