Join US-Aid Advancing Nutrition for the launch of the “Feeding and disability resource bank”, and learn more about the importance of addressing feeding difficulties and how this new resource can help nutrition programs become more inclusive.


An overview of the general components of multisectoral ECD monitoring, evaluation and reporting systems, including interagency agreements; official policy/regulatory documents to establish these systems; selection of SDG, regional and national-level indicators; creation of multisectoral databases; and linking data reports to participatory ECD policy planning and annual budget and programme planning and reporting.


This event will highlight the need to address poverty and social exclusion in early childhood, and discuss ways in which the European Child Guarantee can ensure that all children in Europe, especially the most marginalised, can have access to quality services and nurturing care from their earliest years.


This webinar, hosted by Global Mental Health Action Network, will highlight key findings from the WHO’s latest guide on perinatal mental health and will convene a panel of experts to discuss the importance of integrating mental health in maternal and child health services.


A coalition of partners including WHO, UNICEF, Parenting for Lifelong Health, the Early Childhood Development Action Network, and the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children, came together in May 2021 to launch the Global Initiative to Support Parents. On November 24 2022, ARNEC will host the first webinar in a series to support country-led efforts.


This webinar was built on a joint initiative between the Harvard Center on the Developing Child and the ECD regional networks to help ECD champions understand, communicate and apply the science of child development to improve policies and programs for young children and their families.


The Aoteroa/New Zealand framework “Te Pā Harakeke: Nurturing care in the first 1000 days” outlines fundamental principles and recommendations to improve service delivery for vulnerable pēpi (babies/young children) in the first 1000 days. People from across the health, social and community sector who work with pēpi and their whānau (extended families) were invited to attend this webinar, run by Te Wai Pounamu Child Health Alliance.


On World Prematurity Day 2022, the Department of Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health and Ageing, World Health Organization Geneva launched new recommendations based on recent evidence that suggests how we can improve the care of preterm or low birth weight babies.


DOHaD refers to the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease and COHORTS to the Consortium of Health-Orientated Research in Transitioning Societies. This webinar looked at how early life can influence health and vulnerability to disease in later life and what can be achieved when 5 LMIC cohort studies come together.


This webinar took an in-depth look into longitudinal exposure to violence and adversity in the lives of Bt30 children, and the far-reaching consequences of this exposure on their health and wellbeing.


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