U.K.education specialist Ray Harris recommends the nurturing care model in his blog “Capacity Building for Sustainable Development”. He writes: “The Nurturing Care Framework is designed to mobilise a coalition of parents and caregivers, national governments, civil society groups, academics, the United Nations, the private sector, educational institutions and service providersRead More →

“…every $1 invested in (quality early childhood development) can yield between $6 and $17 in returns”, says Annette Dixon, Vice President for Human Development at the World Bank Group, in a media release welcoming the launch of the Nurturing Care Framework. In supporting the framework, the World Bank claims: “InvestingRead More →

23 May 2018 — Geneva The World Health Organization, UNICEF, and the World Bank Group, in collaboration with the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health and​ the Early Childhood Development Action Network, launched the​ Nurturing Care Framework for Early Childhood Development during the 71st World Health Assembly, on 23Read More →

Almost half of all children under five – an estimated 250 million children worldwide – fail to meet their developmental potential in the first five years of life. There is a growing body of evidence looking at what interventions work or show promise, however there is scant information on how toRead More →