UNICEF Global     TR
Home page > Knowledge Centre > By Topic > Health > 

Knowledge Centre

HEALTH

Enter a Keyword to Search in Press Centre

Defining and Evaluating Child Well Being Domains and Indicators Through The Eyes of Children in Turkey


This report was prepared as an initiative of UNICEF Turkey Country Office Social Policy Unit under its 2011-2015 Country Programme. It was commissioned with the aim of nurturing the discussions of the Child Well-Being Indicators Working Group composed of representatives from Ministry of Development,


Turkish Statistical Institute and Ministry of Family and Social Policies for developing a National Set of Child Well-Being Indicators.


Strategic Communication Framework and Plan for the Prevention and Control of Avian and Pandemic Influenza in Turkey


The State of The World's Children 2013 Report- Children with Disabilities


Research of Effective Parenthood Training on Information/ Approach/ Skill -Turkey



Six Step To Avoid Bird Flu - Poster

KEEP CHILDREN AWAY FROM POULTRY AND OTHER BIRDS! REPORT SICK OR DEAD BIRDS TO YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITIES IMMEDIATELY , SOAP KILLS GERMS WASH YOUR HANDS WITH SOAP AND WATER FREQUENTLY , COOK EGGS AND CHICKEN THOROUGHLY AT A HIGH TEMPERATURE, SEEK IMMEDIATE TREATMENT IF YOU FALL SICK AFTER CONTACT WITH DEAD OR SICK BIRDS, AVIAN FLU TREATMENT IS FREE!

Iodised salt in food manufacture and consumption

A STUDY TOUR OF BULGARIA

Iodised Salt - Poster

For your children's healty development and success at school use iodised salt.

Decline in the Under-5 Mortality Rate (U5MR) in Turkey: A Case Study

Decline in the Under-5 Mortality Rate (U5MR) in Turkey: A Case Study

a Word About AIDS

Girls, boys, ladies, gentlemen….
Listen, Learn, Live!

Immunisation - Brochure

The establishment of routine immunisation against the major childhood diseases for all children before their first birthday will ensure that:
• infant and child mortality rates will be reduced;
• instances of physical and mental disorders in children will be reduced;
• healthier children will achieve more at school;
• the quality of primary health services will be improved.

UNICEF Turkey Country Office, Yukarı Dikmen Mah. Alexsander Dubçek Cd. 7/106, 06450 Çankaya/Ankara. Telephone: +90 312 454 1000 Fax: +90 312 496 1461 E-mail: ankara@unicef.org