The Nutrition subgroup of the Child Health Task Force hosted this panel discussion on lessons learnt integrating additional components of nurturing care with nutrition interventions in development and humanitarian contexts. Panelists shared experiences from multiple countries including Ghana, Lesotho, Malawi, Sierra Leone, and Sudan.


This Middle East and North Africa (MENA) regional event will present highlights from the World Bank’s new report, Better jobs and brighter futures: Investing in childcare to build human capital. It will review the childcare context in MENA, and engage policymakers across the region the region on challenges, opportunities and promising approaches.


The fourth national ECD stakeholders’ conference will be held in Siaya county and hosted at Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology.


This conference sought to create a common platform for all stakeholders to dialogue on Ghana’s milestones in the implementation of the Nurturing Care Framework, stimulating the minds of participants and providing a clear pathway for practitioners to contextualize nurturing care in the delivery of ECCD services, programmes, and interventions in Ghana.


This webinar will present an inter-agency vision for scaling global support for parents and caregivers along with a collective action framework and a call-to-action for governments, implementers, researchers, policymakers, and donors.


In this webinar series various speakers provide an overview on how the World Bank works at global and national level to support early childhood.


In this webinar series various speakers provide an overview on how the World Bank works at global and national level to support early childhood.


The latest version of the IYCF Image Bank aims to expand its repertoire of IYCF images to include content on topics closely related to IYCF, including responsive feeding and responsive care, and overweight and obesity. In this webinar speakers will highlight key features of the IYCF Image Bank and explore how images can be adapted to fit various cultural contexts.


The WHO South-East Asia Regional Office, in collaboration with UNICEF, organized a 3-day virtual meeting to promote nurturing care for early childhood development. The meeting brought together participants from 11 countries, with participants including government delegates from relevant ministries (health, nutrition, education, child protection, women and child affairs), WHO and UNICEF staff and partners.


This webinar, informed by both detailed case studies developed by the Aga Khan Development Network and UNICEF programme implementation in Zambia with the support of the LEGO Foundation, provided a unique opportunity to engage with and understand the experiences of government, development partners, civil society, frontline health workers, and parents in Eastern and Southern Africa. What has worked? What has been adapted? What has been learned? And, perhaps most importantly, what does this mean for parents and children?

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