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Inequities in Early Childhood Development: What the data say

Parents and caregivers play critical roles in determining children’s chances for survival and development, and they can also empower children to become architects of their own lives. Inequities in Early Childhood Development: What the data say provides an overview of childcare practices and aspects of children’s home environments based on data gathered through Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys in select countries. It makes a compelling case for effective action and investment in early childhood development.

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Author: UNICEF Price: Free No. of pages: 16 Publication date: February 2012 Publisher: UNICEF ISBN: 978-92-806-4624-5
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