Children's Environmental Health in South and Southeast Asia: Networking for Better Child Health Outcomes.

@article{Sly2019ChildrensEH,
  title={Children's Environmental Health in South and Southeast Asia: Networking for Better Child Health Outcomes.},
  author={Peter D. Sly and Brittany Trottier and David O Carpenter and Ubon Cha'on and Stephania A Cormier and Betsy Eagin Galluzzo and Samayita Ghosh and Fiona C. Goldizen and Michelle L. Heacock and Paul Jagals and Hari Datt Joshi and Prachi Kathuria and Le Thai Ha and Melina S. Magsumbol and Panida Navasumrit and Poornima Prabhakaran and Banalata Sen and Chris Skelly and Inoka K Suraweera and Sathiarany Vong and Chador Wangdi and William A Suk},
  journal={Annals of global health},
  year={2019},
  volume={85 1}
}
Children are particularly vulnerable to environmental hazards because they receive higher doses of pollutants in any given environment and often do not have equitable access to social protection mechanisms such as environmental and health care services. The World Health Organization established a global network of collaborating centres that address children's environmental health (CEH). The network developed a focus on low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) and is broadening its reach by… CONTINUE READING
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