Premier Li Keqiang Stresses Children's Rights Protection

June 2, 2016
Editor: Jane Wang

China promised a better basic life and improved health care and education for children in poverty, suffering disabilities or without proper care on International Children's Day (June 1).

The government will improve the basic living of children in impoverished families and ensure that all those with no capable guardians are brought up in charity houses, said a statement released after an executive meeting of the State Council.

Poor and disabled children will have more subsidies in medical insurance and free education from primary to senior high schools, according to the meeting presided over by Premier Li Keqiang.


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