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Child friendly cities

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Child friendly cities have:

  • Sidewalks - to allow children to walk safely
  • Pedestrian bridges and adequate crossings
  • Low emissions, for the sake of children's health

In terms of social aspects:

  • Good schools

Child Friendly Cities is a movement in urban design and planning where children are placed as important user in the city. A Child Oriented Development provide the best appropriate facilities to have children live, grow, learn and play in a good environment quality. Child Friendly Cities relate to United Nation Convention on Child Rights.

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