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To be able to enjoy the best possible health is a fundamental human right; one which has a decisive impact on human development and, in particular, on the ability of children and young people to learn and grow. Health care ultimately determines the possibilities a person has in life and is intimately linked to poverty.
This paper is part of a series that defines SOS Children’s Villages’ position on various issues related to the Post-2015 development agenda. Each paper highlights the challenges that marginalized and vulnerable children and young people face, especially those living without parental care or whose families are at risk of separation, and outlines a set of recommendations on how to tackle these challenges within the new framework.
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