State of the World’s Mothers 2003 Report: Protecting women and children in war and conflict

The 2003 annual report on the State of the World’s Mothers focuses on the women and children whose lives have been shattered by armed conflict, bringing attention to critical protection needs in war-torn communities around the world. The report suggests actions required to support women who are raising the world’s future generations under difficult strategies and to shield children from the excesses of war. In addition, a ‘Conflict Protection Scorecard’ analyses 40 of the world’s most dangerous conflict zones to show where the abuses against women and children are greatest.

Published 2011-02-02