The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action is hosting a webinar to introduce their new Technical Note: Protection of Children during the COVID-19 Pandemic.


“The Best Start in Life: Early Childhood Development for Sustainable Development” is the SDG Academy’s interdisciplinary course on early child development. It is co-hosted by NYU’s Global TIES for Children Center, Harvard Center on the Developing Child and UNICEF.


The WHO has launched a new guideline to provide direction for strengthening policies and programmes to better address early childhood development. “Improving Early Childhood Development: WHO Guideline” contains four recommendations aimed at caregivers, health professionals and other workers who can assist them, as well as policy-makers and other stakeholders.

Geneva Switzerland


This first webinar in a series of three introduces the Countdown 2030 Country Profiles for Early Childhood Development, and how it relates to the Nurturing Care Framework.


Livestreamed launch of a major new report on child health and well-being, entitled A future for the world’s children? A WHO-UNICEF-Lancet Commission.


The organisers of this UNICEF regional meeting believe that nurturing care is the key to improving children’s diets in west and central Africa.

Dakar Senegal


This second ECDAN webinar in a series of three looks at the WHO’s new Guideline for Improving Early Childhood Development.


A spotlight session at the Global Refugee Forum in Geneva discussed early childhood development in crisis settings.

Geneva Switzerland


A pre-congress session on Early Childhood Development will be held on December 9. The session will be grounded in the Nurturing Care Framework for Early Childhood Development.

Manila Philippines


This year’s conference theme is: Working across sectors to promote nurturing and sustainable environments for young children. A pre-conference session will explore progress and strategies for advancement of the Nurturing Care Framework in the Asia-Pacific region.

Hanoi Vietnam

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