Summary: S.Res.122 — 101st Congress (1989-1990)All Information (Except Text)

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Introduced in Senate (05/09/1989)

Declares that: (1) it is the sense of the Senate that child survival and development programs are to be commended; (2) the Senate reaffirms the goal of improvement of the survival rates, health, and development of people in all countries and urges the President to adopt this as a major priority; (3) the Senate urges the President to propose to the Secretary General of the United Nations that the Secretary General establish an independent advisory commission with regard to programs in primary health care, nutrition, basic education, and environment by members of the Grand Alliance for Children; (4) the Senate endorses the call for a representative World Summit on Children to provide a forum for governmental leaders to commit to specified goals; (5) the Senate endorses the goals of Universal Childhood Immunization by 1990 and Health for All by the year 2000; and (6) the Senate encourages the President to take a leading role in ensuring the convening of a World Summit on Children.