The government of Ghana has reaffirmed its commitment to rolling out the Nurturing Care Framework. Investment in personnel and coordination mechanisms is a critical first step, given the cross-sectoral nature of the Framework. This requires engagement and synchronization from health, nutrition, protection, early learning and child protection professionals in orderRead More →

Having inherited a health system in very poor shape following independence in 1991, Kazakhstan invested heavily in primary health-care reforms, including in 3,500 Healthy Baby Rooms, where patronage nurses monitor the growth and development of children under age 5 and provide parenting and feeding advice. Between 1990 and 2016, theRead More →