Children of Southasia

By Sneha Shrestha

25 February 2012

Cause for hope and for sober reflection in UNICEF's latest report.
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Even with a steadily declining under-5 mortality rate (considered a key indicator of child welfare) across the region in the last three decades, Southasia still faces daunting challenges in guaranteeing the wellbeing of its children. This series of infographics shows how far we have come, and where we must work harder to serve Southasia’s┬álarge young population.

SOURCE: UNICEF, The State of the World’s Children 2012: Children in an Urban World.

~ Sneha Shrestha is a Nepali artist based in Boston.

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