In preparation for the virtual South-East Asia regional multisectoral meeting in April 2021, the WHO, UNICEF and partners prepared six recorded presentations in English. They address the rationale for investing in nurturing care for early childhood development, provide an overview of the Nurturing Care Framework, and dive deeper into the Strategic Actions.
This 5-minute recorded presentation describes barriers to and strategies for including men in MNCH services. The lessons learned are derived from Plan International Canada’s Strengthening Health Outcomes for Women (SHOW) project in Bangladesh.
This 5-minute recorded presentation provides examples of multipronged mass media campaigns in Zambia, Serbia, Oman and Jordan. It is part of a series of presentations developed by the World Health Organization and UNICEF in preparation for a three-day virtual meeting in April 2021.
This 5-minute recorded presentation provides a brief description of the Caring for the Caregiver (CFC) module. CFC aims to build front-line workers’ skills in strengths-based counselling to increase caregivers’ confidence and help them develop stress management, self-care and conflict-resolution skills to support their emotional well-being.
This 15-minute recorded presentation provides an overview of “Strategic actions 2 and 3. Focus on families and communities & Strengthen services.” It describes the three areas in this strategic action: governance, policy and finance.
Animación sobre la importancia de los primeros 1.000 días de vida y que pueden hacer las empresas para apoyar a las madres y sus hijos.
WATCH VIDEO Strategic action 1: Lead and invest This 15-minute recorded presentation provides an overview of “Strategic action 1. Lead and invest”. It describes the three areas in this strategic action: governance, policy and finance. Frequently asked questions, steps that have been shown to be effective and signs of progress
WATCH VIDEO Nurturing care for early childhood development – an overview This 15-minute recorded presentation introduces nurturing care for early childhood development. The presenters describe the science that informs the concept of nurturing care, present the Nurturing Care Framework, and reflect upon its implementation. This is one of a series of
In preparation for a series of national multisectoral workshops across the Middle East in 2021, the World Health Organization and UNICEF prepared seven presentations in Arabic. The presentations address the rationale for investing in ECD, the situation for young children globally and in humanitarian settings, and demonstrate how to use the Nurturing Care Framework as a tool to support country-level decision-making and action.
يقدم هذا العرض المسجل ومدته 9 دقائق لمحة عامة عن الوضع بالنسبة إلى الأطفال على مستوى العالم، وبشكل أخص الأطفال الذين يعيشون في أوضاع إنسانية (اعتبارًا من أيلول/سبتمبر 2021). وبينما يجري إحراز تقدم، لا تزال هناك فجوات كبيرة في السياسة والتمويل والممارسة، لاسيما في السياقات الإنسانية. كما يقدم العرض الملخص المواضيعي “الرعاية في مرحلة التنشئة للأطفال الذين يعيشون في أوضاع إنسانية” الذي يقدم اقتراحات حول كيفية ضمان حصول الأطفال في البيئات الإنسانية على الرعاية في مرحلة التنشئة
This short-animated video is the fourth in a series focusing on self-care interventions during COVID-19. It provides practical guidance for women and children who may be experiencing violence and what they can do to seek help and support.
Life-saving services such as safe childbirth, immunisation, and nutritional rehabilitation ensure children in conflict settings survive. But surviving is not enough. If we want children to thrive in all aspects of their life, they not only need good health and nutrition, they also need to feel safe and secure, have opportunities to play, and be cared for responsibly. We call this nurturing care. Health care practitioners have a pivotal role to play. Find out how in this video.