BID, Julio 2013 Araujo, María Caridad; López Bóo, Florencia; Puyana, Juan Manuel Este estudio recoge y sistematiza información detallada, actualizada y comparable sobre el diseño, la gestión, el financiamiento y la calidad de los servicios de desarrollo infantil en América Latina y el Caribe.
A special conference call addressing the topic of What is needed for global monitoring of access to adequate nutritious food? took place on 27th February 2014. This call was co-sponsored by the FSIN and the Agriculture-Nutrition Community of Practice (Ag2Nut CoP) due to the two communities’ common interest in better information that can be used […]
Rationale for Investment, Conceptual Framework and Implications for Equity Social Policy Report, Society for Research in Child Development, 2011 Britto PR, Yoshikawa H, Boller K Abstract Across nations, Early Childhood Development (ECD) programs are of great interest to policymakers, service providers, and families.
Journal of Health, Population, and Nutrition, 2010 Hamadani JD, Tofail F, Hilaly A, Huda SN, Engle P, Grantham-McGregor SM Abstract Poor stimulation in the home is one of the main factors affecting the development of children living in poverty.
Journal of the European Economic Association, 2013 Carneiro P, Meghir C, Parey M Abstract We study the intergenerational effects of maternal education on children’s cognitive achievement, behavioral problems, grade repetition, and obesity, using matched data from the female participants of the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979 (NLSY79) and their children.
International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 2008 Deave T, Heron J, Evans J, Emond A Objective Postpartum depression in mothers is associated with developmental problems in their children. Many women who are depressed following childbirth are also depressed during pregnancy.
American Academy of Pediatrics, 2012 Shonkoff JP, Garner AS Abstract Advances in fields of inquiry as diverse as neuroscience, molecular biology, genomics, developmental psychology, epidemiology, sociology, and economics are catalyzing an important paradigm shift in our understanding of health and disease across the lifespan.
Ministry of Social Development of New Zealand, Te Manatu¯ Whakahiato Ora, 2002 Susan E. Mayer Overview It is well established that parental income is positively associated with virtually every dimension of child well-being that social scientists measure.
Integrated Early childhood Development and Nutrition Interventions Date: Thursday, February 6th, 2014
Results of the Dutch longitudinal PIAMA birth cohort BMC Public Health, 2011 A.Ruijsbroek, A.H. Wijga, M. Kerkhof, G.H. Koppelman, H.A. Smit and M. Droomers Abstract Background: People with higher socio-economic status (SES) are generally in better health.
BMC Public Health, 2008 D.N. Santos, A. Marlúcia, A.C.S. Bastos, L.M.Santos et al. Abstract Background: There is evidence that poverty, health and nutrition affect children’s cognitive development.
Proceedings of the Royal Society, 2010 Christopher Eppig, Corey L. Fincher and Randy Thornhill In this study, we hypothesize that the worldwide distribution of cognitive ability is determined in part by variation in the intensity of infectious diseases.