Pursuance of Quality Child Survival, Development, and Wellbeing Strategic Re-directions in settings such as the Contemporary Ethiopia
Keywords:Child Health, Child Survival, Child Development, Quality Child Survival and Development, Child Wellbeing
This article draws balanced attention of Academicians, Researchers, Service Providers, Program Managers, and Policy Makers together with all the other broader arrays of stakeholders of Pediatrics and Child Health, within Ethiopia and around the globe, towards
concerted pursuance of Quality Child Survival, Development, and Wellbeing Strategic Redirections agenda.
To this effect, through a systematic review discourse, the article does concisely discuss the background contexts of Child Health and Child Survival Movement, value additions of the global Child Survival endeavoring, inherent limitations of the conventional Child Survival movement, moral grounding of the Quality Child Survival, Development, and Wellbeing Strategic Redirections, anticipated comparative benefits, and proposed essential considerations. The review had focused on and drawn from the set of selectively pertinent published and unpublished resource materials. By spotlighting and thus stimulating the necessary level of dialogue around the theme among all
the ranges of key players and stakeholders, this piece of work attempts to complement further reinvigorating of the Child Health, Development, and Wellbeing policy, program and service development dynamics, particularly, in settings similar with that of the contemporary Ethiopia. Presumably plausible pathways of pursuance are highlighted