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The costs of not breastfeeding are enormous: in addition to thousands of preventable deaths of children, it costs West and Central Africa hundreds of millions of dollars annually to treat illnesses, to buy infant formula, and in lost productivity due to cognitive losses associated with not breastfeeding.
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Score: 592712.94 - https://www.unicef.org/wca/pre...ely-breastfed-west-and-central
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. ·       Only 48.7% of three to five-year old’s attend pre-school***, which when of good quality helps to foster cognitive and language development, social competency and emotional development. (...) A quality preschool is a place where trained teachers help children learn through play, fostering cognitive and language development and social and emotional competencies, yet many, often the poorest, **** do not attend.
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Score: 740936.7 - https://www.unicef.org/srilank...e-they-enter-adulthood-without
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Childcare is essential in providing children with integrated services, affection, protection, stimulation and nutrition and, at the same time, enable them to develop social, emotional and cognitive skills. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, unaffordable, poor-quality or inaccessible childcare and early childhood education facilities forced many parents to leave young children in unsafe and unstimulating environments at a critical point in their development, with more than 35 million children under the age of five globally sometimes left without adult supervision. (...) In 54 low- and middle-income countries with recent data, around 40 per cent of children aged between 3 and 5 years old were not receiving social-emotional and cognitive stimulation from any adult in their household.
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Score: 769255.37 - https://www.unicef.org/timorle...l-pre-school-year-due-covid-19
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Though for many this will be a transitory experience, many more would suffer irreversible loss of their potential of cognitive and physical growth and development, decelerating Nepal’s accumulation of human capital, productivity of labour and the potential for economic growth. 
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Score: 592712.94 - https://www.unicef.org/nepal/a...family-friendly-response-nepal
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This is because recent data from the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) report indicate that only 15 percent of children aged 3-4 years old in Kosovo attend early childhood education, ranking Kosovo among the countries with the lowest percentage of participation in early childhood education in Europe and Southeast Asia, while early education is the impetus to children’s cognitive development, learning and understanding and, in other words, trains them for life.
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Score: 575757.67 - https://www.unicef.org/kosovop...role-early-childhood-education
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This is especially true in childhood and adolescence, when we lay the foundations for our lifelong cognitive and learning ability, our emotional intelligence and our resilience in the face of stress.
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Score: 319692.58 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...ies-children-we-must-seize-now
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Photo essay UNICEF supports the growth and development of babies born prematurely or underweight To contribute to the decrease in neonatal and infant morbidity and mortality and to promote breastfeeding, UNICEF supports the Kangaroo Method and its three fundamental pillars: kangaroo position, breastfeeding and outpatient follow-up Sendai Zea, Communication Officer UNICEF/2022/Prieto Available in: Español English 28 June 2022 Children that are born before the 37 weeks or underweight face a risk such as mild alterations in their cognitive functions, delayed psychomotor development, vision loss, deafness, and even autism.
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Score: 629806.7 - https://www.unicef.org/venezue...orn-prematurely-or-underweight
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We now know, through 50 years of global research on child development, that children placed in large scale institutions in early childhood suffer devastating psychological, emotional and cognitive developmental delays. These children can only recover from this in the care of a loving family.
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Score: 660823.97 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...ovic-promotes-fostering-niksic
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