International Day of the African Child: Promoting Health through Life Course

The Yes, We Are Winning Foundation commemorates the International Day of The African Child 2020. Our media team interviewed some of our beneficiaries to take their view of what it is to be an African child and what they expect from the government with respect to education, health, security and human rights.

Miss Oloyede Afolasade

June 16th is Day of the African Child. It was first established by the Organization of the African Unity in 1991. The day aims at raising awareness for the situation of children in African, and on the need for continuing improvement in education. It encourages people’s spirit of abundance to share something special with a child in Africa.

 

The series aims to maintain momentum and build on strategies to prevent stillbirths and provide better care to women and families following stillbirth

 

 

 

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