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Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD): Various modalities of delivering early cognitive stimulation programs for 0-6 year olds

Before young children can start to learn reading and math, they need to develop the physical, cognitive, language and social skills to use a pencil, follow a story and listen quietly to a teacher. That’s why Save the Children (SC) places such a high priority on giving children under age 5 a head start so they are ready to learn. SC has a range of early childhood development programs in 75 countries, including the United States. Through a wide range of approaches, we support families and children from expectant mothers and newborn babies to preschool aged children until they transition into primary school.

Read this brief to learn more about how Save the Children works with ECCD.

Published 2016-07-28

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