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Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Examples of Programs Highlighted in Workshops." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally: A Synthesis of Nine Global Workshops Exploring Evidence-Based, Strategic Investments in Young Children. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24772.
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Appendix E

Examples of Programs Highlighted in Workshops

WASHINGTON, DC, USA

PROGRAM Care for Child Development DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Mickey Chopra This package was created by the WHO and UNICEF to teach caregivers better caregiver–child interactions.
LOCATIONS More than 14 UNICEF countries in three regions
PROGRAM Cash Transfer Programs DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Lia Fernald Cash transfer programs usually involve giving cash to mothers, and can increase household income by as much as 30 percent. The added income can help parents provide basic needs, invest in children’s schooling, and focus on caregiving. There are two types of programs: conditional cash is provided to a household to encourage compliance with a prespecified action (it also serves as a way to alleviate short-run economic pressure), and unconditional cash is provided to a household with no established, related requirements that are linked to receive the cash.
LOCATION Mexico

NEW DELHI, INDIA

PROGRAM Ilifa Labantwana (Children’s Heritage) DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Sherri Le Mottee The primary goal of Ilifa Labantwana is to enable the government system and create access and leverage through private investor and government collaboration. The three partner collaboration involves developing a strategy for early childhood development and forms partnerships in civil society and government to deliver a package of services to communities in need.
LOCATION South Africa
Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Examples of Programs Highlighted in Workshops." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally: A Synthesis of Nine Global Workshops Exploring Evidence-Based, Strategic Investments in Young Children. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24772.
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SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL

PROGRAM Health Center–based Intervention for Parents DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Susan Walker The program improved home environments and ensured children have interactive caregivers and opportunities to learn. Parenting activities are integrated into existing health services.
LOCATIONS Jamaica, Antigua, and St. Lucia
PROGRAM Home Visiting Intervention in Colombia DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Marta Rubio-Codina The program’s aim is to promote healthy child development and strengthen mother–child interactions. It is an adaptation of the Jamaica home visiting program that introduced psychosocial stimulation and micronutrient supplements into 1-hour weekly home visits.
LOCATION Colombia
PROGRAM Sanitation Program in Salvador, Brazil DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Mauricio Barreto The program worked to improve sewerage coverage and evaluate the effect of the citywide sanitation program on diarrhea morbidity in young children.
LOCATION Brazil
PROGRAM Programa Saude da Familia (Family Grant Program) in Brazil DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Mauricio Barreto Family Grant Program emphasized the importance of primary health care and working toward a comprehensive health system.
LOCATION Brazil
Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Examples of Programs Highlighted in Workshops." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally: A Synthesis of Nine Global Workshops Exploring Evidence-Based, Strategic Investments in Young Children. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24772.
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SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL

PROGRAM Bolsa Familia Programme (Family Allowance Program) DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Mauricio Barreto The program instituted widespread conditional cash transfers that launched in 2003 to provide cash to poor households.
LOCATION Brazil
PROGRAM Brasil Carinhoso (Brazil Family) DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Paolo Bonilha The program was inspired by Chile Crece Contigo, De Cero a Siempre, and Cuba’s Educa a tu Hijo and collaborates with Bolsa Familia. The program also works in day care expansion, micronutrient supplements, and school-based health and has a special focus on vulnerable families with disabilities, chronic disease, and mental illness.
LOCATION Brazil
PROGRAM Chile Crece Contigo (Chile Grows with You) DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Andrea Torres The program’s aim is to articulate, organize, and integrate early childhood care from pregnancy to age 5. This includes providing public services and monitoring the developmental trajectory of young children.
LOCATION Chile
PROGRAM Primeira Infancia Melhor (Improved Early Childhood) DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Liése Gomes Serpa Primeira Infancia Melhor helps families understand child development in order to establish strong parent–child bonds through home visiting services.
LOCATION Brazil
Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Examples of Programs Highlighted in Workshops." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally: A Synthesis of Nine Global Workshops Exploring Evidence-Based, Strategic Investments in Young Children. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24772.
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SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL

PROGRAM Early Childhood Commission of Jamaica DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Maureen Samms-Vaughan The program coordinated activities to ensure a sustainable cross-sectoral approach. This involves program development, monitoring and evaluation, and ensuring public awareness in the health, social, and education sectors for young children.
LOCATION Jamaica
PROGRAM Mãe Coruja (Mother Owl) DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Ana Elisabeth de Andrade Lima The program provided care for pregnant women and their children, up to age 5 years.
LOCATION Brazil
PROGRAM Uruguay Crece Contigo (Urugugay Grows with You) DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Cristina Lustemberg The aim of Uruguay Crece Contigo is to meet the needs of highly vulnerable populations, pregnant women, and children below the age of 4 by creating a comprehensive program that guarantees the rights of households with pregnant women and children.
LOCATION Uruguay
Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Examples of Programs Highlighted in Workshops." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally: A Synthesis of Nine Global Workshops Exploring Evidence-Based, Strategic Investments in Young Children. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24772.
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HONG KONG

PROGRAM Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Angela Diaz A New York City–based program that delivers comprehensive, integrated medical and mental health services and prevention education to young people ages 10 to 22.
LOCATION New York
PROGRAM Australian Nurse–Family Partnership Program DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Claire Runciman The program does outreach to women who are pregnant with an Aboriginal or islander child. The program is run out of community-controlled Aboriginal health service organizations, which means that the program is run by organizations that are trusted by the community and have very strong links with the community.
LOCATION Australia
PROGRAM Plan Sri Lanka’s Healthy Children Program DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Kalana Peiris The program has been working to improve the growth and development of children under the age of 5 in 77 communities of Sri Lanka affected by armed conflict. Early childhood development interventions involved midwives, parents, and entire communities that helped reduce the percentage of underweight children from 64 percent to 28 percent.
LOCATION Sri Lanka
PROGRAM China Women’s Development Foundation DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER HaiLiang Guo China Women’s Development Foundation, which has served more than 27 million people in China through its programs, has demonstrated how a single organization can provide a wide range of coordinated and integrated services for children and their mothers.
LOCATION China
Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Examples of Programs Highlighted in Workshops." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally: A Synthesis of Nine Global Workshops Exploring Evidence-Based, Strategic Investments in Young Children. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24772.
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HONG KONG

PROGRAM Mother Tongue–based Education DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Emma Pearson Mother Tongue–based Education serves children from ethnic minority groups who have struggled in the mainstream education system because they do not speak the national language. The program instructs children in preschool and the first few years of primary education in their mother tongue.
LOCATION Vietnam
PROGRAM Kheth’Impilo (Choose Life) DESCRIPTION
SPEAKERS Najma Shaikh and Ashraf Grimwood Kheth’Impilo supports the South African government in providing HIV and tuberculosis treatment, care, and support to individuals in communities where the government’s infrastructure, staffing, and delivery of services are inadequate, with the services transitioning fully to the state as governmental capabilities increase.
LOCATION South Africa
PROGRAM Lady Health Workers Program DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Zulfiqar Bhutta The program includes more than 100,000 workers who support the public sector in family planning, prenatal care, care referrals, and more, in mostly rural regions. Workers typically do not provide curative services themselves, serving as health educators and promoting available services. The program has been used recently in nutrition and early childhood interventions.
LOCATION Pakistan
Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Examples of Programs Highlighted in Workshops." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally: A Synthesis of Nine Global Workshops Exploring Evidence-Based, Strategic Investments in Young Children. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24772.
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ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA

PROGRAM CocoaAction DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Bill Guyton CocoaAction is a platform by which all partnering entities have agreed to a common method of measuring success meant to better align cocoa production and community development issues such as primary education, child labor prevention, and women’s empowerment for ultimately a greater impact.
LOCATIONS Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana
PROGRAM Kidogo DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Afzal Habib Kidogo provides safe and child-friendly environments, play-based experiential curriculum appropriate for the local Kenyan context, certified early childhood caregivers, and integrated health and nutrition programs across the delivery platform.
LOCATION Kenya
PROGRAM Ethiopia School Meal Initiative DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Frealem Shibabaw To reduce the number of children who attend school while hungry, and because of high costs associated with buying milk, the School Meal Initiative brought cows to primary schools. The model provides 10 cows to each participating school, which can then serve 200 milliliters of milk to 500 children per day.
LOCATION Ethiopia
PROGRAM Towards Improved Economic and Sexual Reproductive Health Outcomes for Adolescent Girls (TESFA) DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Jeffrey Edmeades The TESFA program delivers three types of content to adolescent girls in rural Ethiopia: economic empowerment, sexual and reproductive health, and a combination of the two. The program spanned a year with approximately 3,000 female adolescent participants.
LOCATION Ethiopia
Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Examples of Programs Highlighted in Workshops." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally: A Synthesis of Nine Global Workshops Exploring Evidence-Based, Strategic Investments in Young Children. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24772.
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ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA

PROGRAM School Readiness Initiative (SRI) DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Menelik Desta Argaw The SRI curriculum uses teacher-to-teacher and parent-to-teacher engagement strategies that are designed to empower the teachers and parents to improve the quality of education being provided. The program has now been scaled up to 52 government-run preschools in Addis Ababa, mostly serving children from families who cannot afford to send their children to private schools.
LOCATION Ethiopia
PROGRAM De Cero a Siempre (From Zero to Forever) DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Constanza Alarcon De Cero a Siempre, which translates to “From Zero to Forever,” is a Colombian national policy focusing on children birth to age 6. The presidency convenes various stakeholders through the Intersectoral Commission on Early Childhood. The commission has identified eight interventions, including issuance of birth certificates, vaccinations, and nutritional assessment, to create an integrated registration system for children.
LOCATION Colombia

PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC

PROGRAM Lumos DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Irina Malanciuc Lumos creates alternatives to institutional care, family support, community-based services, development of inclusive education, and intersectoral coordination at the central and local levels.
LOCATION Moldova
Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Examples of Programs Highlighted in Workshops." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally: A Synthesis of Nine Global Workshops Exploring Evidence-Based, Strategic Investments in Young Children. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24772.
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PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC

PROGRAM The Mother Support Program DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Suna Hanoz The Mother Support Program, implemented in partnership with the Arab Resource Collective, teaches mothers to effectively interact with their preschool-aged children (4 to 6 years old).
LOCATION Turkey

AMMAN, JORDAN

PROGRAM Primera Infancia (Early Childhood) DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Constanza Alarcon A program instituted by the government of Colombia to train and sensitize teachers to behaviors that are a consequence of the conflict. This included approaches toward healing that placed an emphasis on reconnecting relationships with families and friends through the use of play therapy.
LOCATION Colombia
PROGRAM Adyan Institute DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Nayla Tabbara The work of Adyan Institute is based on a model that allows children to find points of strength within themselves and reconnect with what is good, rather than connecting with what is bad.
LOCATION Lebanon
Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Examples of Programs Highlighted in Workshops." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally: A Synthesis of Nine Global Workshops Exploring Evidence-Based, Strategic Investments in Young Children. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24772.
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AMMAN, JORDAN

PROGRAM Jeel962 DESCRIPTION
SPEAKERS Youth panel Jeel962 is an online platform that has interactive, crowdsourced, and geolocating capabilities where youth may comment on civic concerns in real time. Comment categories were developed based on indicators used to assess child-friendly cities, which include functionality of infrastructure and public safety for children.
LOCATION Jordan

TORNOTO, CANADA

PROGRAM Mobile Creches DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Sonia Sharma The organization works to provide care, protection, health care, and learning needs to the children of migrant construction workers in construction sites and urban slums in India, where 20 million children lack basic health care and protection and suffer physical, psychosocial, and emotional neglect.
LOCATION India
PROGRAM Home Visiting Program DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Susan Walker The program worked to expand access to effective parenting interventions by empowering others to become community health workers, education assistants, and home visitors.
LOCATION Jamaica
Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Examples of Programs Highlighted in Workshops." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally: A Synthesis of Nine Global Workshops Exploring Evidence-Based, Strategic Investments in Young Children. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24772.
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TORONTO, CANADA

PROGRAM Kangaroo Mother Care DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Nathalie Charpak Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) is an intervention for premature and low birthweight infants that has three components: (1) kangaroo position: continuous skin-to-skin contact between mother and infant, which provides appropriate thermal regulation among other benefits; (2) exclusive breastfeeding when possible; and (3) timely (early) discharge with close follow-up.
LOCATION Colombia
PROGRAM National Multisectoral Program for Combating Maternal, Newborn, and Child Mortality DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Martina Baye Regional hospitals in Cameroon receive employees who require training in Kangaroo Mother Care both in person and through the online learning platform.
LOCATION Cameroon
PROGRAM Project Casita DESCRIPTION
SPEAKERS Leonid Lecca Rafael Alvares Project Casita trains families on how to work with their children who have developmental delays. The program has led to better caretaking for the children in Carabayllo, who are benefiting physically and mentally.
LOCATION Peru
PROGRAM Alberta Family Wellness Initiative (AFWI) DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Michelle Gagnon AFWI focuses on problems of access to quality addiction treatment, and the association among addiction, of mental health, adverse childhood experiences, and later health.
LOCATION Canada
Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Examples of Programs Highlighted in Workshops." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally: A Synthesis of Nine Global Workshops Exploring Evidence-Based, Strategic Investments in Young Children. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24772.
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ABIDJAN, CÔTE D’IVOIRE

PROGRAM Inclusive Child Development DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Marjolein MeandeBaltussen Christian Medical Centre (CBM), an international Christian development organization, worked toward the development of inclusive training curricula for nurses and midwives in Ghana, which was built off the guidelines and strategies of the ministry of health.
LOCATION Ghana
PROGRAM Early Childhood Development Virtual University (ECDVU) DESCRIPTION
SPEAKER Alan Pence ECDVU is a training program that uses interactive online courses to grant certificates and degrees in ECD. Countries nominate individuals to participate in the ECDVU; these nominees commit to promoting ECD capacity worldwide. The program is managed by the University of Victoria in collaboration with universities in participating countries.
LOCATIONS Primarily Africa and Middle East
Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Examples of Programs Highlighted in Workshops." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally: A Synthesis of Nine Global Workshops Exploring Evidence-Based, Strategic Investments in Young Children. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24772.
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Focusing on young children in a global context is an approach to end the cycle of poverty and improve the well-being of nations. Improving well-being necessarily begins with core elements such as health, education, nutrition, and social protection; many efforts to improve child development in the first decade of life focus on areas to meet young children’s basic needs. Young children living in low-resourced settings are vulnerable to developmental and educational risk factors, such as stunting and undernutrition, disease, caregiver depression, lack of access to quality preprimary and primary education, disabilities, poverty, and societal and familial violence. While each of these areas is important for children’s growth and development, there are potential increased benefits from integrated programs and coordinated policies that address more than one of these areas simultaneously, particularly for children living in low-resourced communities. An integrated and coordinated “all system” approach may be the best way to guarantee that children will have the prerequisites for healthy development.

The Forum on Investing in Young Children Globally was established with the goal of integrating knowledge with action in regions around the world to inform evidence-based, strategic investments in young children, birth through age 8. The forum held nine workshops across five continents over 3 years. The goal was to learn from experiences in multiple regions and engage in culturally embedded dialogue. This publication summarizes the key themes from the presentations and discussions of the workshops.

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