child protection

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Most industrialized nations and some developing countries have enacted legislation aimed to protect infants and children by helping to ensure that they are provided with the necessities of life (shelter, clothing, food); to protect them from exploitation as bonded laborers, prostitutes, etc.; and to ensure that they receive adequate health care and education.

Subjects: Law — Public Health and Epidemiology.

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