Our programming will enable children, adolescents and mothers in the most disadvantaged communities of Bolivia to receive vital instruction in maternal/child health; HIV and AIDS; nutritional support and care; and safe hygiene practices to improve their quality of life. Families will also improve their access to safe drinking water. Children and adolescents will benefit from improved educational opportunities allowing them to attend culturally and age-appropriate schools at the early childhood, pre-school, primary and early secondary levels.
Children and adolescents, especially the most vulnerable, need to be protected by a judicial framework that aligns with international standards. Giving them access to protection programmes and services, such as timely birth registration, will help prevent and protect them from violence, negligence, abuse and exploitation.
Our research and programming will provide the necessary information and evidence to support the establishment of public policies, social protection systems, a legal framework, and budget allocations that protect vulnerable children, adolescents and women at both the national and regional level.