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COVID-19: UNICEF provides 60,000 take-home toys to children of frontline workers and volunteers across Myanmar
China and UNICEF join hands to support Early Childhood Development in the face of COVID-19
3 things you can do to get your child moving and playing
Play nurtures all areas of development and stimulates brain development.
4 things you can do to build trust with your child
Being sensitive and responsive to children strengthens relationships and positively influences development.
4 things to support your child’s healthy brain development
There is dramatic growth and brain development during the early years of your child’s life.
3 family-friendly workplace policies and practices
Why paid parental leaves, breastfeeding breaks and facilities, and childcare are important?
SECD Resource Kit
The development of this SECD Resource Kit was first sparked by feedback from participants of the online International course.
Parenting is Not About Perfection
UNICEF’s First-Ever Global Parenting Month Celebrates Caregivers
Eat, play, love
How proper nutrition, play and care can have a big impact on your child’s brain development.
Parenting is not about perfection
Instead of striving for perfection with your children, UNICEF reminds parents providing the protection, stimulation and nutrition they need to thrive.
How to be a great dad
Three tips from UNICEF to fathers out there
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Safe School Return Campaign
Key to Kindness
Every Child ALIVE
Early Moments Matter