This was the third of three ‘Lives in the Balance’ events, all anchored in the WHA report ‘Committing to Implementation of the Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health (2016–2030)’.

This webinar presented concrete examples of pre- and in-service training designed for health care practitioners aimed at strengthening their capacity to support caregivers to provide nurturing care and promote ECD as part of their routine practice.

The WHO released new resources to support implementation and scale-up of Kangaroo Mother Care, in line with the updated recommendations for the care of preterm or low birthweight infants.

The IMNHC Conference brought together more than 1,500 stakeholders from around the world to accelerate solutions to improve maternal and newborn survival and prevent stillbirths as they strive to achieve the ambitious targets outlined in the Sustainable Development Goals.

The WHO, UNICEF and JICA have launched an implementation guide on strengthening home-based records for maternal, newborn and child health. At the launch they demonstrated how people can use the guide to establish milestones to track progress against eight key factors.

This webinar included an overview of the new Nurturing Care Practice Guide as well as reflections on how it can be used by managers and practitioners to strengthen caregiver well-being and caregivers’ capacities to provide their children nurturing care.

This Conference was hosted by the Government of Zambia in collaboration with the Southern African Network for ECD (SANECD) and the African Early Childhood Network (AfECN).

These two publications, developed by the World Health Organization and UNICEF, are the latest in a series of resources to support implementation of the Nurturing Care Framework. This webinar included an overview of the two publications as well as reflections on how the Handbook and Practice Guide build on existing packages and can be used to enhance advocacy and capacity building efforts at regional and national levels.

This webinar, organised in partnership with the Centro per la Salute del Bambino, presented guiding principles and examples of practical approaches to integrating nurturing care in Italy’s primary health care services.

Despite growing interest in early childhood development, globally validated tools to assess the development of children under the age of three ​at population and programmatic level remain scarce. WHO has launched a new measurement tool: Global Scales for Early Development (GSED).

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