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Child Survival Journal

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

The purpose of the Child Survival Journal journal is to propagate awareness as well as a new academic perspective on child survival and development issues among college students. The journal aims at fostering student-based research and presenting the ideas, theories and policy recommendations from engaged students.  Youth across the nation display their advocacy toward child survival issues mainly through campaigns, education initiatives and fundraising efforts to help organizations dedicated to the cause. However, child survival advocacy also manifests itself through formalized research, which can result in effective policy recommendations for professionals to consider and debate. 

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2011 Child Survival Journal

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