Child Poverty Education Planing is a waste of money

Unicef Child Poverty Educating the next generation of kids, and making sure that they have access to good quality child care.

The plan is the first in a series of steps to make sure that every child in the world has access to a quality child-care program that meets their needs and wants.

The UNICEF Child Poverty Educational Planing (CPEP) is a program to provide affordable child care to low- and middle-income families in developing countries, in which the average income of a child is lower than the median of OECD countries, and to help them get started on their education.

The programme will be rolled out in 25 countries by the end of 2018.

Uniceff said the CPEP aims to provide quality child and family care at a price that works for all.UNICEF said the project is part of a global effort to help children and families achieve the “American dream of opportunity”.

In a statement, Uniceft said the new CPEP will “ensure that every little child has access at a reasonable cost to quality child, family, and health care, with a clear distinction between rich and poor countries and between primary and secondary schools, as well as community and private schools, in countries where access to quality care is more difficult”.

Unicef said it is the “first comprehensive and comprehensive national child poverty plan in history, and one of the first global child poverty programs”.

This is an historic opportunity for all countries to move forward and to support their most vulnerable children by giving them the opportunity to get on with their education and get on to the American Dream.”UNICEf said that the program is also a great opportunity to empower more women and girls. “

The CPEP is the result of a joint global effort with over 10 million partners, and will provide a clear pathway for every child to get a high quality education, to be well off and to have a healthy future.”

“In 2015, more than 6,000 UNICEFF-led programmes were launched around the world, and over 10,000 children under the age of five were provided access to free child care across the world.””

This CPEP project is the largest UNICEf-led program in the history of UNICEFs work to provide access to child care for women and children, to help achieve the ‘American dream’ of opportunity for every single child, regardless of gender, ethnicity or ability,” said UNICEff UNICEFS chief executive Nafeez Ahmed.

“In 2015, more than 6,000 UNICEFF-led programmes were launched around the world, and over 10,000 children under the age of five were provided access to free child care across the world.”

In 2015 alone, more children across the globe received free child and adolescent care than in the entire history of the organisation, and UNICEFH is already well on its way to achieving its 2020 goal of providing 4 million children free child- and adolescent-care by 2020.

“These new CPEDP projects will ensure that children and their families are provided the opportunity and support they need to achieve their dreams of an education, a healthy life and a happy future.”

“With over 1 billion children in poverty, this CPEDPS project is a great way to ensure that the American dreams for children are for every little one to fulfil, whether it is through child care, child care planning, or a positive impact on the quality of their life,” said Dr. Anurag Sharma, UNICEFE Global Development Officer.

“I look forward to working with all the partners who are participating in this effort and helping them make the CPEDPs work as a great success.”