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Fact Sheet | June 28, 2018

Coordinating Comprehensive Care for Children (4Children)

4 Children Fact Sheet

Coordinating Comprehensive Care for Children, or 4Children, is a 5-year, USAID-funded project improving the health and well-being of vulnerable children affected by HIV and AIDS and other adversities. 4Children draws on global evidence that illustrates that HIV and other hardships are best prevented and addressed when people have access to both high quality health and social welfare services. 4Children helps countries identify practical and appropriate policies, programs and services that reduce the risk of HIV and maltreatment, and promote children’s well-being. Its approach addresses the unique needs of each child and family, including strengthening the frontline social service workforce and case management systems.