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Child Friendly District in the making
    2018-06-22  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

BAO’AN is committed to building itself into a Child Friendly District in three years, according to an action plan unveiled by the district government recently.

By 2020, the district is expecting to have 20 child-friendly communities and 100 accommodations for breast-feeding mothers in public places, the plan says. The district will also construct Bao’an Children’s Hospital and Children’s Park.

Fuhai Subdistrict has been chosen to pilot the practice this year and aims to become Shenzhen’s first child-friendly subdistrict, which will provide playgrounds exclusively for children, such as child experience halls and Fuhai Children’s Park. The district’s Qiaotou School became China’s first school to initiate a “walking school bus” program last month.

A walking bus is a form of student transport for schoolchildren who, chaperoned by two adults (a “driver” who leads and a “conductor” who follows), walk to school along a set route in much the same way a school bus would drive them to and from school. Like a traditional bus, a walking bus has a fixed route with designated “bus stops” and “pick-up times.”

Shenzhen has made building itself into a Child Friendly City part of the city government’s 13th Five-Year Plan. There are 1.38 million children living in Shenzhen, making up 12.85 percent of the overall permanent population.

Currently, 400 cities worldwide have been certified by the United Nations as Child Friendly Cities.

(SD News)

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