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Is Budget 2019 Child Friendly?

Siti Altaf Deviyati, Social Policy Expert, UNICEF

08-Nov-18 15:00

Is Budget 2019 Child Friendly?

Amidst all the talk on whether Budget 2019 adequately addresses both our debt and the economy, UNICEF social policy expert Siti Altaf Deviyati takes a look instead at whether our federal budget is child-friendly. From malnutrition and education to poverty and poor health, find out how the budget affects our children's welfare.

Produced by: Chua Ern Teck

Presented by: Chua Ern Teck


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