“If we change the beginning of the story,
we change the whole story.”
 — The beginning of life


Le Guide Pratique pour les Soins Attentifs

Le présent Guide est destiné aux responsables et aux prestataires de services qui dirigent ou fournissent des services de santé et de nutrition au profit des jeunes enfants et des personnes qui s’en occupent, à tous les niveaux. Il explique comment adapter les services de santé et de nutrition en vue de favoriser les soins attentifs et de renforcer les capacités des personnes s’occupant d’enfants. Le présent Guide met l’accent sur les soins répondant aux besoins, les opportunités pour l’apprentissage précoce, la sécurité et la sûreté ainsi que le soutien au bien-être des personnes s’occupant d’enfants.
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Boîte à Outils du Cadre de Soins Attentifs

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Early Childhood Matters : The Well-being Issue

The 2023 issue of the Early Childhood Matters publication from the Van Leer Foundation puts a spotlight on caregiver well-being. The 24 articles in the journal explore why caregiver well-being is important, offer insights from parents today as well as diverse traditions policies and programmes that can inform how we can better support caregiver well-being.
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Climate Change and Health Across the Life Course

The May 2024 issue of the Journal of Global Health includes three articles summarising the available reviews on the impact of climate change on maternal and newborn health, child and adolescent health, and older people, which together take a life course approach to optimal development and healthy ageing. The articles identify climate hazards and their differential impacts on health for three distinct life stages, discuss exposure pathways, and consider vulnerabilities at individual and population levels that put people at a higher risk. More.

Improving Humanitarian Health Responses for Children through Nurturing Care

Gaps have been identified in health sector interventions for children in humanitarian contexts, including a lack of routine interventions to protect and promote early child development. To address this and improve the quality of humanitarian responses, the Global Health Cluster, Child Health Task Force, and the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies held a 3-part webinar series: Strengthening Nurturing Care in Humanitarian Response. More.

Smart Digital IMCI Course

The Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) course, developed by WHO, is intended for the training of clinical nurses, clinicians and doctors managing common childhood illnesses at primary health care level. The course can be accessed online on any electronic device (computer, tablet or smart phone). More.

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6 June 2024
Playful Parenting - Beliefs & Practices on Play
Join the Playful Parenting Community for an interactive discussion on beliefs and practices around play in five distinct country contexts: Bhutan, Guatemala, Rwanda, Serbia, and Zambia.
Online
10 June 2024
New Regional Resources in Support of Better Services for Child Health and Development
In this webinar Health Systems for Early Child Development and partners unveil new regional resources in support of better services for child health and development.
Online
26 June 2024
The Role of Developmental Screening of Young Children in Data Collection Systems
This RISE/UNICEF webinar will unpack the role of developmental screening tools in providing care and services to young children and their families and their importance as a central component of national data collection systems.
Online

Nurturing Care for Faith Leaders


The Inter-Religious Council of Kenya (IRCK), in partnership with the Catholic Relief Service, has developed scripturally-referenced guidelines for ECD advocacy by religious leaders and theologians from different faith communities. More.


Ahlan Simsim supports 1,000,000+ children

Ahlan Simsim is the world’s largest early childhood development program in a humanitarian setting. It has now reached more than one million children with direct services across Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria. More.


Bebbo app

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.


Children in Humanitarian Settings

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.