Help your children thrive with the help of WHO guidelines we use in our work!

Text Author: Sviatoslava Bondarenko
Photographer: Maksim Tarasov, Design by Polina Shumkova

Every parent tries to ensure that their child gets the best headstart in life. Education, safe living conditions, some even get a trust fund (at least, we’ve heard it’s a thing). However, healthy growth and well-being are often overlooked – and even more so in developing countries. In our clinics, we use the WHO’s guidelines when treating our little patients.

The checklist serves as a useful resource for parents and healthcare providers to ensure optimal care for children in these critical domains.


Here you can download the Checklist

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