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The Early Childhood Development Action Network (ECDAN) partners have co-developed and launched a Call For Coordinated Action urging all governments, global partnerships, multi- and bi-lateral agenc
Children are not the face of this pandemic. But they risk being among its biggest victims.
UNICEF and relevant partners in the Nurturing Care Framework issued a guidance note about the role of the health sector alongside other sectors and actors.
UNICEF published a brochure: A resource for Monitoring and Action: Country Profiles on Early Childhood Development.
The Arab Council for Childhood and Development respectively published in winter and summer 2019 Issues 35 and 36 of Khutwa (Step), a magazine specialized in Early Childhood.
At the end of 2018, the Early Childhood Peace Consortium released a brief on contributions of Early Childhood Development services to preventing violent conflict and sustaining peace.
The Arab Council for Childhood and Development published in autumn 2018 Issue 34 of Khutwa (Step), a magazine specialized in Early Childhood. This issue focuses on “child and violence”.
The Regional Office for UNICEF in Europe and Central Asia issued a report assessing the status and quality of education for the early childhood phase in the following countries: Albania, Bosnia and
On its website, the UNICEF published a blog post titled “Getting every child ready to learn”.