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Nicaragua
Like this small boy in Nicaragua, too many of our youngest children are growing up amidst poverty, violence and discrimination. Unless we invest early in children and their families, we risk perpetuating these destructive cycles.

 


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Cuba
In Cuba, ninety-eight per cent of children from birth to the age of six are covered by national child development programmes. From pregnancy onward, families are supported in their homes and communities. As a result, by the age of nine, Cuban children perform extremely well in both language skills and maths.

 


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Jamaica
16-year-old Kerry Kay, a single mother living in a poor rural area in Jamaica, is visited by a roving caregiver from the Rural Families Support Organization. The visit focuses on building Kerry Kay's parenting skills. She is encouraged to be tactile with eight-week-old Junior, helping to stimulate the neural connections within his brain.

 


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France
In any society, it is essential to ensure that all children have access to the highest quality services. In France, a nation-wide pre-school programme means that three-year-old Eddy, the son of Algerian immigrants, has an excellent opportunity to learn and develop.

 


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South Africa
When we invest in every aspect of children's lives, the most profound change becomes possible. In Johannesburg, South Africa, the groundbreaking Impilo project links a complete network of services around Samaria and her three-year-old triplets, including home support, a clinic and a child-care centre.

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