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The Institute for Healthcare Improvement. Knowledge center. aspx. Chapter 4 Vulnerability of Children in Developing Countries and Disrupted Settings Sylvia Veronica Romm, Iyah K. Romm, and Brett D. Nelson Keywords Child abuse prevention • Child development • Vulnerable populations • Hypervulnerable populations • Hunger • Poverty • Psychological stress Overview • Children are among the most vulnerable populations in developing countries. • In adverse circumstances, children often are likely to have increased morbidity and mortality relative to adults.

The formation of the United Nations and WHO marked the beginning of organized global health efforts, but the first concrete, targeted intervention was the campaign for smallpox eradication in the 1970s. This successful program demonstrated that a cooperative global effort could result in widespread, meaningful success, which paved the way for future collaboration towards improved global health. In child health specifically, numerous projects have developed over the years, which have had varying degrees of meaningful success.

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