“If we change the beginning of the story,
we change the whole story.”
— The beginning of life
This Progress Report looks back on the last five years since the launch of the Nurturing Care Framework. It documents achievements and presents areas for future action. Annotated with stories of change, the Report provides a snapshot of progress in relation to each of the five strategic actions of the Framework and shows the breadth of activities that have been undertaken.
PATH’s Beatrice Oyugi is at the forefront of integrating Nurturing Care for Early Childhood Development into existing health systems in Kenya. Learn how her work is giving thousands of children the opportunity to live fuller and healthier lives. More.
This free app developed by UNICEF and national partners is designed to lend a helping hand to parents, with easy tips on topics like breast pumps, baby weaning, learning, toys, child protection and much more. The app is available in 14 languages and can be used both online and offline. You can download it for free for both Android and iOS. Find out more here.
Nurturing care can mitigate risks for young children in humanitarian settings and support them to have a healthy development. But, in humanitarian settings, our youngest children are being left behind. Moving Minds Alliance provides you with the facts and solutions to turn this situation around in a series of thematic briefs:
1) How the youngest children are left behind in humanitarian response
2) The developing brain in crisis contexts
3) Nourish the body, nourish the bond: early care and nutrition in emergencies
4) How early childhood development in emergencies promotes gender equality.