Nanaimo State Of The Child Report

GNEYP State of the Child Report (2017)

The Greater Nanaimo Early Years Partnership’s (GNEYP) third “State of the Child Report” provides an assessment of children’s wellbeing in the Nanaimo region. The report supports investments in the first years of a child’s life and highlights how our community supports the positive development of young people.

This report extends the 2015 State of the Child Report, letting us assess a number of domains that affect children, with an increased focus on children of aboriginal ancestry. While many of the metrics provided are the purview of health and social service organisations, it is a whole of community efforts that yields the best outcomes. We all need to help children achieve their best potential.

The report tracks how our community is doing to becoming a more child friendly place. The success of our children is vital to the health of our community and GNEYP welcomes the contributions of all in our community who want to contribute to that success.

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Click or tap HERE to view the references used in the report.

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GNEYP State of the Child Report (2015)

The Greater Nanaimo Early Years Partnership, who focus on prenatal care to children 6 years and under, have produced the Nanaimo State of the Child Report to build on the awareness of the value of the early years. We all need to take action when and where we can. This report highlights how well our young children in the Nanaimo area are doing. This report builds on the 2013 State of the Child Report and adds comparisons.

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Click here to view the sources for the report. 

Media coverage:

Nanaimo News Bulletin:

-Poverty has gotten worse, new State of the Child Report show http://www.nanaimobulletin.com/news/353039761.html

My Coast NOW

–State of the Child Report released by the Greater Nanaimo Early Years Partnership http://www.mycoastnow.com/17888/17888/



GNEYP State of the Child Report (2013)

The Greater Nanaimo and Ladysmith Early Years Partnerships have produced this State of the Child Report on children from newborn to six years old to create an awareness of the importance of the early years and to encourage all to take action when and where they can. This report highlights how young children within the boundaries of Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools are doing and provides a foundation for future comparisons.


 

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