Technical Note: Pakistan Child Poverty National and Subnational Trends

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This document by UNICEF provides a comprehensive analysis of the current state of child poverty in Pakistan, focusing on the factors contributing to this issue and the implications for child well-being. It highlights the lack of access to basic services such as education, healthcare, and sanitation as key drivers of child poverty in the country. The note also discusses the impact of poverty on children’s development, emphasizing the need for targeted interventions to address the root causes of child poverty. It underscores the importance of government policies and programs aimed at reducing poverty and improving the well-being of children in Pakistan.

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